Discover The Best Diet For You Based On Your Genetics Tendencies.
A DNA-Based Comprehensive Micronutrient Analysis Engineered For YOUR Body’s Unique Chemistry..
Giving You The Information You Need to Live Your Best Life.
DNA Testing and Your Diet
Have you ever wondered why your friends lose weight with every fad diet, but you struggle?
Do you think you have “slow” metabolism and are therefore DOOMED to carry extra fat forever?
Are you confused about if you should eat more carbs or more fat?
The answer is in your DNA!
Genetic testing has advanced to be able to understanding exactly how your body functions, and what roadblocks you may face due to the DNA. you have inherited. There are thousands of tests being offered for medical conditions and diseases, and the science and research behind genetic testing for lifestyle and wellness improvement has progressed dramatically. This science is the is the future of preventive health, as we can now help identify the specific genes that dictate how the human body processes carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and micro-nutrients.
Why You Need An Extensive Micronutrient Analysis
Good nutrition is NOT one size fits all. A healthy nutrition program is essential to help you feel, look, perform, and be your best self. The examination of your genetic profile will show you how your body processes and absorbs micronutrients. This information is a key aspect in developing a nutrition program that is unique to you, and keeps you healthy and enabling you to achieve your goals.
Your personalized GxNutrient report will provide a comprehensive analysis of your genetic predisposition to help you learn how micronutrients are absorbed by your body in relation to your diet. Even if you ate a perfectly balanced diet every meal, with plenty of naturally occurring vitamins and minerals, there would likely be some difficulty in absorbing one or more micronutrients at your cellular level. When you understand your genetic profile, and how your body likely processes key vitamins and minerals, you are taking the important step in developing a healthy nutrition program, that is right for you..
You may have heard the phrase “Food As Medicine” mentioned a lot in the past few years. This has brought about a growing popularity of popular diets like Paleo, Whole30, Keto, Veganism, along with dozens more. You may have read about hundreds of thousands of people swearing by a massive turn around in their health surrounding a change in diet. But what does it really mean to use your food as your medicine?
Your body gets its nutrients and energy from what you eat, so it only makes sense that you should provide fuel to your body that focus on whole foods like fruits and vegetables, to allow your bodies function at it’s highest level.
This is the idea behind using food as medicine, eating in line with your genetic programming. Choosing a diet of whole foods benefits our bodies down to a genetic level. This is a massive reason why the Paleo diet has gained such popularity. While there is controversy over the amount of protein this diet encourages, the basic idea of eating the way our ancestors would have, meaning whole unprocessed foods, makes perfect sense.
How We Help You Live Your Best Life With GxNutient
A study conducted by Tufts University found that Americans get nearly 58% of their daily calories from highly processed foods with only about 28% coming from whole foods like produce, eggs, and fish. Compare that to the diet that our body is designed to need for maximum performance, and we see a huge spike in issues such as inflammation, digestive issues, heart disease, diabetes, and many other issues.
Foods that are only slightly processed can easily wreak havoc on our bodies. This is the reason that so many people don’t respond well to eating processed grains and gluten, because some bodies cannot properly digest these foods. A study conducted in 2011 found that people who ate a diet of whole rye showed a reduced risk of developing diabetes based on their gene expression, while those who ate a diet high in processed carbs like pasta switched on certain gene expressions linked to diabetes. Understanding how foods interact with our genes in this way is known as nutrigenomics.
Knowing how your genes can be switched off and on by what you eat is crucial for the treatment of disease as well as attaining a healthy balanced diet for your body. When your body get’s what it needs, and functions best with, this will help you be at your best in all things you do.
How Science Determines Your Results
Genes related to 2 major categories: Vitamins and Minerals are analyzed
In each of the categories tested, your genetic analysis reveals which gene combinations you have. Note that you can have one gene per marker in each category, or you can have several genes per marker in each category. Based on your calculated score, you will receive a rating. Your calculated score reflects your combined influences from one or more genes on your ability to absorb vitamins and minerals. These nutrient-rich foods target specific vitamins and minerals. It is important because, in most cases, the outcomes of your DNA test tendencies may help you prevent future problems with deficiencies in your diet.
Your potential genetic response is examined and we then provide suggestions on managing it based on scientific recommendations. We have a highly experienced medical team providing this information. In addition to receiving facts about vitamins and minerals based on your DNA, you also get suggestions on what to include in your diet based on your results. These nutrient-rich foods target specific vitamins and minerals. It is important because, in most cases, the outcomes of your DNA test tendencies may help you prevent future problems with deficiencies in your diet.
With our ability to identify and analyze your DNA, your personal results detail insights about your body’s ability to absorb or not absorb specific vitamins and minerals. In analyzing your results, we’re confident our given direction on leveraging this information can optimize your health and wellbeing.
Understanding Your Report
Your report will break down as follows:
In this section, you’ll find a summary of the information found in your report that we will break into the following pages. It’s broken down into two sections, vitamins and minerals. In each section, you’ll see three columns: the first column being the trait tested, the second column details you will rate or score for this trait, and the third column names the specific genes tested.
In this section, you’ll find each of the following vitamin traits broken down into more detail:
- Vitamin A Tendency
- Vitamin B6 Tendency
- Vitamin B9- Folate Tendency
- Vitamin B12 Tendency
- Vitamin C Tendency
- Vitamin D Tendency
- Vitamin E Tendency
- Dietary Choline Levels
What your genes say about you– you’ll read information on what your genetic analysis says about your ability to process the named vitamin. It will detail if any variations of the gene tested showed a diminished ability to convert high doses of the supplement into its more active form.
Your rating– you’ll receive a low, normal, above average, or below-average rating based on what your genetic profile indicates about your ability to process the specific vitamin.
Related genes/SNPs– in this section, we will record the gene or genes and associated SNPs that have a statistically significant association with the vitamin we are reviewing. You will also see more detail on what each vitamin and mineral does for your body. Along with where you can find them, how the body breaks them down, foods that are high in that vitamin or mineral, and any cautionary information.
Success strategies– In this section, you will receive information on what foods have the vitamins you may need, along with plans to improve your ability to absorb specific vitamins effectively.
In this section, you’ll also find each of the following mineral traits broken down into more detail along with the same section breakdowns detailed above for each mineral:
- Calcium Tendency
- Copper Tendency
- Iron Tendency
- Magnesium Tendency
- Phosphorus Tendency
- Selenium Tendency
- Zinc Tendency
Links to Related Studies
In this section, you’ll find additional links to studies related to facts about vitamins and minerals and their connection to DNA.
What you’ll learn about your body with the GX Nutrient test:
- Health benefits of a suggested diet based on nutrients you’re low on
- What supplements may be best for a fully functioning body
- What your genotypes suggest about your ability to absorb minerals
- What your genotypes suggest about your ability to absorb vitamins
- Your sensitivity to certain vitamins and/or minerals
- What role vitamins and minerals play in your overall health and cell function
- A detailed explanation and success strategy for each vitamin and mineral tested
- Evidence-based research recommendations on a diet regimen
Ready To Stop Quitting?
No more trial and error anymore to find out the most effective ways to fuel it. Learn which vitamins and minerals may be deficient in your body with our GxNutrient DNA test.
Read and put into practice your genetic analysis to know how your body might process vitamins and minerals. If you have a particular genotype for a specific trait, you can analyze the information we give you to see how it may move through your body. Then you can make adjustments to your vitamin and mineral intake to get the best results from your supplements and nutrition efforts.
If you’re ready to stop quitting diet programs because they don’t work for you, change to this scientific approach to getting the vitamins and minerals you need to function at your highest level, and live your best life.
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