• Are you drinking too much coffee?
  • Are you trying to lose weight to optimize your health and wellness but fad diets haven’t helped?
  • Is a gluten-free diet right for you?
  • What about a high protein diet for weight loss?
  • Are you getting enough vitamin D to optimize your fertility?
  • What about vitamin B12?
  • How about Omega-3 fatty acids?

Welcome to Reprobiogen-Nutrigenomix®

Partnership to Enhance Fertility

  • Comprehensive genetic test consisting of 70 nutrition-related markers
  • Developed by world-renowned researchers and clinicians
  • Genetic tests are based on the most robust scientific evidence to improve nutrition-related outcomes
  • DNA is analyzed using a saliva sample or cheek swab from home or in clinic
  • Personalized nutrition and lifestyle recommendations based on your unique genetic profile
  • Learn what are the key nutriments you need in food and supplements to optimize your health and fertility according to your genes
  • Guided by a virtual consultation with a Nutrigenomix certified dietitian

Nutrigenomics: The science behind genetic testing for personalized nutrition

In the last decade with the sequencing of the human genome, we’ve learned a lot about how our genes affect our health through what we eat. Our genes are like a set of instructions in our body, and each person has a unique set of these instructions. This uniqueness goes beyond just our physical features like height, eye and hair color; it also affects how our body handles the food and drinks we consume.

For example, some people may have trouble with foods like milk, bread, or coffee because of their genes. Others may handle these just fine. Our genes even influence how our bodies react to carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. You might know people who can’t have milk or gluten; these differences often come from the diversity of genes within our population.

Scientists have discovered that these genetic differences play a big role in how our bodies respond to what we eat. Some individuals might need less coffee, more omega-3 fats, or more Vitamin B12, while others just need to follow general dietary advice. The best diet for you depends on your unique genetic makeup. This science, known as nutrigenomics, uses genetic information and advanced technologies to explore the connection between our genes, our diet, and our health. It looks at how our food choices affect our genes and how our genes influence how our bodies react to what we eat. This interaction can have a big impact on how our bodies function.

Understanding your genetic profile and how it affects your response to the food and drinks you enjoy can help you make smarter dietary decisions. Nutrigenomics gives us the tools to make the most of our nutrition to improve our health. While general dietary advice is a good starting point, a personalized approach can help you achieve your best health, weight, fertility and physical performance. Tailoring your diet based on your genetic makeup lets you make the most of the benefits that nutrition can offer you.

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