Our recommendations are based on peer-reviewed articles and guidelines from respected organizations such as the World Health Organization, American Heart Association, National Health Services, etc. and are in line with recommendations of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
We take all your available genetic data into account and compare it with the data from the genome-wide association studies (GWAS) gathered from the GWAS catalog. We calculate your risks based on the impact that each of your variations is reported to have on a specific trait.
Your genetics doesn’t change with time. However, new technologies appear constantly, allowing to see a fuller picture of your genome. Usually, it’s enough to discover your genotype once. But to get the fullest picture, you may want to stay in touch with technological development and take newer test types as they become available.
Unlike many nutrigenetic services that use 1 or 2 variations per trait, we use tens and hundreds of them. We understand that in order to get the most out of current research, we need to use as many variations as possible.
Our recommendations are created so that they account for non-genetic factors that change your organism and are safe & efficient, based on world-class research.
We take our clients’ health as our primary concern, and thus we do not provide health advice. We direct our clients to their healthcare specialist in case of any troubling symptoms.
Nutrigenetics is an evolving discipline, so we are dedicated to providing the best analytics possible. We constantly look for changes in scientific data and use only the best sources possible.