Nutrition Report

By using your genetic analysis to make smarter choices that work for you and your body, you'll see better results.

Discover the nutrients you've been missing, learn what foods will deliver the best results for your unique body, and finally find the perfect diet for you.

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The studies performed on this genetic trait are highly reliable. There is a strong statistical significance between these genetic markers and the results in your report.

Several studies were conducted on these traits and they are deemed to be statistically significant in terms of frequency, however, more research is needed for the existing results to be deemed conclusive.

These traits are based on suggestive research, wherein only small population sizes and descriptive statistics were used to prove the studies' hypotheses.

Your Actionable Genetic Traits

Finding the right nutrition for you doesn't have to be complicated. See what diet plans your body needs in these most actionable traits.

Carbohydrate Metabolism

Do you metabolize carbs quickly?

Intermediate

Recommendations:

  • Your body is average at breaking down carbs. Just focus on whole grains, such as whole-grain bread or oatmeal, and other minimally processed sources of carbohydrates.
  • Maintain a balanced diet by consuming 50% of your total calories coming from carbs. (On a 2,000 calorie diet, that's about 250g carbs.)
Saturated Fat Metabolism

How fast do you metabolize saturated fats?

High

Recommendations:

  • Fats are much less likely to cause excess weight gain for you. Congrats!
  • You may follow the recommended fat intake of 35% of total calories (roughly 60 grams of fat per day if you eat 2,000 calories a day).
Weight Change

The genetic impact on your weight.

Normal weight

Recommendations:

  • Take precaution by maintaining a healthy diet and regular exercise.
  • If you are overweight, start with a reduction of 300-500 calories per day from your usual intake, and performing at least 20 minutes of brisk walking and jogging everyday.
Sodium Sensitivity

Salt and your blood pressure.

Intermediate

Recommendations:

  • While you are not sensitive to salt, it is recommended that you limit your sodium intake to 2.0 g per day (to give you an idea, that's about 10 slices of bacon).
  • Keep your food delicious with herbs, spices, or citrus juices instead of salt.
Fiber Need

Should you eat more fiber?

Low

Recommendations:

  • Maintain a low-fiber diet by consuming a minimum of 10-15 grams assuming a 2,000 daily calorie diet.
  • Consult your nutritionist or dietitian for suitable low-fiber meals.
Gluten Sensitivity

Should you go gluten-free?

Low

Recommendations:

  • This is great! You are able to eat a healthy and balanced meal that has gluten without experiencing negative effects.
  • You may eat more cereal grains, such as wheat, rye, and triticale, that are rich in gluten.
Lactose Tolerance

Avoid painful side effects from lactose (dairy).

Low

Recommendations:

  • You should avoid dairy (lactose) to prevent digestive problems such stomach pain and diarrhea.
  • Even without dairy, you can still get calcium from other foods such as broccoli, soy milk, oranges, and other green leafy vegetables.
Caffeine Sensitivity

Coffee lovers: beware.

Intermediate

Recommendations:

  • You should be able to drink more coffee than others, but make sure not to over-consume.
  • You can safely consume 2-4 cups of coffee per day, but avoid sugary and dangerous energy drinks.