Nutrition Sensor / Nutrigenetics

Nutrition according to your genes. A diet plan as unique as yourself.

  • ·Which food types are healthy for you?
  • ·Which food types you should avoid?
  • Analysis of over 50 nutrition-relevant genes
  • Evaluation of over 1000 food types, according to your genes
  • Identify your own individual micro-nutrient requirements
  • Influence on more than 20 metabolic problems
  • A way to better health, through customized nutrition

The benefits

Through an analysis of more than 50 genes that are relevant for your nutrition, we can now determine in which areas you are well protected and in which areas you may have a deficit, due to your metabolism. The analysis can help you avoid poorly tolerated food, identify impaired detoxification of heavy metals, pesticides and solvents, and optimally provide your body with important nutrients.

A good example is omega-3 in the form of fish oil capsules. Omega-3 occurs naturally in fish, and it is considered a cholesterollowering substance; therefore, it is often taken in the form of fish oil capsules as a dietary supplement. For many people, the result is a significant improvement of the cholesterol levels. However, some people do not appear to benefit from the addition of omega-3. Scientists have found that a variation in APOA1 gene leads to the fact that omega-3 does not improve the cholesterol levels as intended, but may even worsen them. As such, there are many people who take omega-3 capsules, but the result is the opposite of what they want to achieve.

It is similar with the antioxidant coenzyme Q10, which is often taken as a radical scavenger to slow down the aging process. Q10 is not active after ingesting it, but must be converted in the active form ubiquinol by a specific gene. However, some people carry a variation in this gene and therefore cannot activate Q10. So while the ingestion of Q10 brings protection against free radicals for some people, it has no effect on others.



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