Genetic variations affect how our body reacts to certain nutrients and food ingredients and determine which substances can be processed and used properly. Since nutrition plays a vital role in your health, we can analyze your genes and adjust your nutrition, so that we can prevent over 20 potential metabolic dysfunctions.
This area of activity is called nutrigenetic, meaning adapting nutrition according to your genetic data.
By analyzing over 50 genetic variations we obtain valuable information about the weaknesses and strengths of genetic nature.
For example, if we detect a particular high risk of disease, nutrition should be modified so that food components that are considered negative to be avoided and nutrient level considered being positive for prevention to be intensified.
Analysis can help you to avoid poorly tolerated foods, to identify problems encountered in the process of detoxification of heavy metals, pesticides and solvents and to optimally provide important nutrients for your body.
Genetic analysis can provide you information about some substances that generally are considered healthy and if they can be metabolized by your body in a usual manner.
What kind of questions can answer this analysis?
How can improve nutrition your blood parameters?
Is vitamin B2 effective in lowering homocysteine levels?
Is your body able to perform adequately the detox?
How can you support the detox process using diet?
How strong is your body’s defense against oxidative stress?
How can you help the body to counter free radicals?
Normal calcium absorption is reduced?
What foods should you avoid because of possible intolerances?
What food ingredients should you avoid and which should you prefer?
How much is recommended for more than 20 different vitamins and minerals?