When it comes to nutrition there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to your diet and lifestyle.
That’s why at My Day DNA, to give you the most accurate dietary advice and recommendations for nutrient combinations, we use only authoritative sources of information such as those provided by the US National Nutrient Database (USDA National Nutrient Database).
Each recipe is calculated with mathematical accuracy and takes into account the daily needs based on your gender, age, and other relevant factors. Of course, all recommendations are based on current research in the industry and consistent with the recommendations of reputable world communities, associations, and institutions.
How we recommend the right food and recipes for you
1. Genetic risks analysis
Your genes play a crucial role in deciding how likely you are to develop certain diseases and illnesses.
If you have a medium to high risk of nutrient absorption or necessity, we take this factor into account and
provide you with relevant superfoods and recipes. For example, those who are vegan may have a propensity
to low HDL levels, so we would recommend key nutrients to help regulate those levels.
2. Creating Your List of Superfoods
Now that we know what genetic risks apply to you – your journey to wellness can begin.
Each type of food and nutrient is specially chosen to help you achieve optimal health and performance.
For example, if you are vegan and have a propensity to low HDL levels, we would recommend plants high
in omega-3, which is a vegan-friendly alternative to meat and fish.
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3. Recipes are specifically tailored to your genetics
Changing your diet is not as simple as turning on a light switch.
At My Way DNA, you don’t have to give up on flavor to enjoy a balanced diet. That’s why we
recommend home-cooked meals that are easy to prepare, taste great and make you feel good inside.
Take a look at the Seabass Salad below.
Suppose you have a low HDL content. That means trans-fat is a no-no for you. But a healthy alternative
would be omega-3 fatty acids. And this dish has plenty of that in the form of rapeseed or flaxseed oil.
If you have a predisposition to high levels of homocysteine, this dish has 460mcg (115% of your daily
requirement) of folate in the form of lentils and beans, which contributes to lowering
homocysteine content. Finally, if you have a risk of developing cardiovascular disease, the 25 grams of
fiber (per serving) in this dish could help slow down the progression of this disease.