‘Nutrigenomics’ uses a person’s unique genetic information to understand their nutritional health. As a result, it can be used to create individualised diet plans and nutritional prescriptions that help lower disease risk and improve overall health.

This test covers over 100 DNA changes.

Some of the things that can be tested include;

Lipid Metabolism • Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes • Inflammation • Sodium Sensitivity • CoQ10 • Omega 3 and Omega 6 • Vitamins • Methylation, Folate and cofactors • Choline • Caffeine Metabolism • Coeliac Disease • Lactose Intolerance • Oxidative Stress • Phase I Detoxification • Phase II Detoxification • Weight Management • HPA axis and Stress Responses • Sleep and Seasonal Variation • Physiogenomic Integration of Genetic and Functional Variability