One Size Nutrition Does Not Fit All
When it comes to eye colour, height, bone structure, and many other physical traits, we know instinctively that it's the different variations in our genes that have caused the wide diversity in our human form.
So why, when it comes to diet and health, do we want one approach that suits everyone? And if one-size-fits-all nutrition was possible, why can't we agree on what that plan looks like? You need only look at the conflicting day-to-day health recommendations in the media to recognise a disturbing lack of consensus within the scientific and medical communities about the ideal nutrition profile.
Work With Your Genes, Not Against Them
One of the most powerful things we can do to reach our health goals is to understand what our genes are trying to tell us. We are all fundamentally different at the genetic level, and these differences drive vast biochemical variations in how our bodies operate.
The emerging area of nutrigenomics strives to understand these differences and provide the scientific research to describe how our genes together with our diet drive the state of our health.
It's imbalances in this combination of genes+diet that are one of the drivers for disease. Eliminate the imbalance and help eliminate the disease.
What do DNA Test Results Look Like?
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Personalise Your Nutrition
Learn how your body is uniquely designed to respond to food and the specific nutrient amounts it requires for optimal health and well-being.
Nutrition Fuels Performance
What do you want from your body? The foods we consume provide the fuel for our lives. When we eat in ways that match our genetic requirements, we abound with energy, creativity, and optimism. We're also stronger, more physically fit, and have greater endurance. We perform better at work, in our day-to-day, and at sports. And we're more resilient and less prone to injury, stress, illness, and disease.
Through DNA testing, we can identify the optimal nutrition to meet your genetic potential.
Genetic Testing Procedure
The process of genetic testing is quick, easy, and painless. A 60-second mouth swab test kit is used to collect your DNA sample. The kit is then labelled with an anonymous reference code and sent overnight to a laboratory for a series of DNA panels. Results of the tests are then available and ready to review with you in about 3 weeks.