Personalized Nutrition Advice

We empower you with your genetic information to walk into a store and know which foods are healthier for you, based on your unique genetic make-up.

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Nutrition Analysis of Your Genetics

Genomelink Nutrition Advice Report analyzes your unique genetic profile to determine your optimal intake levels for key micronutrients.

Your recommended micronutrient intake quantities are based on a combination of a genetic analysis of the most impactful nutrition SNPs in your DNA and personal questionnaire score. If you are recommended a higher intake for a nutrient, we are suggesting you will benefit from consuming foods higher in that nutrient.
What food should I choose?

Based on your genetic results and nutrition recommendations, we provide specific foods that have nutrient profiles that match your genetic based nutrition recommendations.

The report comes with a list of foods that have the recommended nutrients your body may need a higher intake of. For example, if you are advised to take more Vitamin D, it recommends foods like Cod liver oil, Swordfish, Salmon, Tuna fish, or Milk, that are known to be plentiful with Vitamin D.

Micronutrients and Food Recommendation
1. Vitamin A
There are two major types of vitamin A; Retinol and carotenes. The best sources to get retinoid is animal products and for carotenes the best sources are fruits and vegetables. Your body relies on vitamin A for healthy maintenance of the heart, kidneys, lungs, and eyes.
2. Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays a critical role in many body functions including your brain and nervous system. This vitamin is a cofactor for many other substances. Insufficient vitamin B12 can impact epigenetic pathways (such as conversion of homocysteine to methionine and synthesis of the methyl donor SAMe).
3. Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in many biological functions. Human body is unable to produce vitamin C, so it is crucial to get it by consuming enough fruit and vegetables.
4. Vitamin D
There are two major types of vitamin A; Retinol and carotenes. The best sources to get retinoid is animal products and for carotenes the best sources are fruits and vegetables. Your body relies on vitamin A for healthy maintenance of the heart, kidneys, lungs, and eyes.
5. Vitamin E
There are two major types of vitamin A; Retinol and carotenes. The best sources to get retinoid is animal products and for carotenes the best sources are fruits and vegetables. Your body relies on vitamin A for healthy maintenance of the heart, kidneys, lungs, and eyes.
6. Folate
Folate (vitamin B9) is a water-soluble vitamin that is needed for optimal health. Insufficient Folate can impact epigenetic pathways (such as conversion of homocysteine to methionine and synthesis of the methyl donor SAMe).


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