You want a healthy diet that helps you manage your weight. But which one is right for you? You have a unique genetic makeup that will vary in how it breaks down, absorbs and utilizes the foods you are eating. By learning your diet predispositions and food intolerances, you can avoid consuming food that is not ideal for your genetic type. Learn your genetic food sensitivities and the DNA diet right for you.
Eat right for your DNA

Diet Management:
How your body burns fat, your sensitivity to carbohydrates, your cholesterol and blood sugar regulation, and your protein requirements to help determine your optimum diet.

Weight Response:
Your body’s ability to control body mass index (BMI).

Food Tolerances:
Your tolerances to alcohol, caffeine, salt, lactose, gluten and sugar cravings.

Food Taste and Preferences:
Your preference for caffeine, carbohydrates, fats and protein. Your taste ability for bitter, salt, sweet tastes and smoking behaviour. Vitamins and

Your need for vitamins including vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B9 (folate), vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D and vitamin E. Your need for Calcium, Iodine, Iron, Omega 3 and Omega 6 supplements to stay healthy.

dietPower will answer questions like:
  • What type of macronutrients does my body need to thrive?
  • Should my diet consist of more fats, carbohydrate or proteins?
  • Should I avoid caffeine, alcohol, lactose and gluten?
  • Am I more sensitive to salt and sugar in my diet?
  • Can I convert the vitamins I get through food to the active form my body needs?
  • How can I support my body through supplementation?


Did you know that some of us need more time in between workouts to properly recover? Some of us are more prone to tendon injuries such as a torn ACL. Some of us are predisposed to stroke and cardiovascular disease which makes exercise even more critical. Find out if you have risks. Use this information to make your workouts count.
Exercise for your DNA

Power and Endurance:
Your genetic ability for high-intensity aerobic and longer endurance activities.

Injury and Recovery:
Your susceptibility to joint, ligament or tendon injuries. How effectively your muscles recover and repair after exercise and how your overall body recovers.

Exercise Performance:
How well your body regulates blood pressure and utilizes energy during exercise. How well you break down nutrients for energy during exercise and how well you manage oxygen during exercise.

Exercise Response:
Your body’s ability to regulate blood sugar due to exercise and how well you manage cardiovascular health.

This comprehensive DNA test report, fitPower, will answer questions like:
  • Am I more suited for endurance or sprint activities?
  • Do I need more time for my muscles to recover between exercise?
  • Am I prone to ligament and tendon injuries?
  • How well do I utilize energy during my workouts?
  • How well does my body regulate my blood pressure?
  • Am I at risk for stroke or cardiovascular disease?


Your health is affected by important functions related to hormones, detoxification, inflammation and methylation. They can affect your mood, energy, cells and health. Your DNA test results provide a snapshot of how your body is predisposed to work in these areas. These are hidden areas that can affect your health and contribute to chronic disease. By learning your profile, you can take proactive steps to enhance your wellbeing.
Live healthy for your DNA

Your body’s ability to rid itself of these environmental toxins and free radicals, both of which can be damaging to your tissues.

How your body biosynthesizes, metabolizes and eliminates estrogens.

How effectively your immune system fights inflammation, infection, and tumors.

If you have genetic variations which can impact the methylation cycle for healthy cells, mood, toxins and infection.

This test will answer questions like:
  • How well do you manage hormones in your body?
  • Can you detoxify to keep your body healthy?
  • How effectively is your body fighting inflammation?
  • Are your cells functioning at their optimal level?
  • Could your mood and health problems be caused by poor methylation?  


Nothing is more important than our mental well being. Some people may be at higher risk for chemical triggers or injury. Knowing where you have genetic weaknesses can allow you to proactively support your mental health through diet and lifestyle changes.
Be proactive for your DNA

Your normal genetic risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease.

Your ability to recover normally after a concussion.

Your ability to regulate cortisol levels normally.

Your normal risk of experiencing depression.

Emotional Eating:
Your ability to eat normally during stressful or emotional situations.

Your normal genetic risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.

brainPower, will answer questions like:
  • Am I at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s?
  • Do I recover normally from a concussion?
  • How well do I genetically regulate cortisol?
  • Am I at a higher risk of depression?
  • Am I prone to eat during stressful or emotional situations?
  • Am I at normal risk of developing Parkinson’s?

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DNA is our body’s own biological roadmap.  The better you understand your DNA, the better you understand yourself.  Your DNA profile can help you stay one step ahead of your health and plan for the future.