DNA controls everything within your body, and the same is true for the influence of food on your body. Genetic factors determine your body’s response to different macronutrients and micronutrients. Your genetic makeup influences the absorption, metabolism, and distribution of several types of nutrients, so your dietary needs are influenced by your genes.

MyPreciseDNA examines the genes that have a role in appetite control, satiety, eating habits and genes that impact the risk of food sensitivities and intolerances. Which can help you tailor your daily nutritional needs. Understanding how genes interact with foods is critical for developing DNA-based nutritional solutions beneficial to one’s health.

Nutrition Traits

MyPreciseDNA provides testing for 12 different nutrition traits that will help you understand what your body needs.

  • Calcium Requirement
  • Folate Requirement
  • Iodine Requirement
  • Iron Requirement
  • Vitamin A Requirement
  • Vitamin B12 Requirement
  • Vitamin B6 Requirement
  • Vitamin C Requirement
  • Vitamin D Requirement
  • Vitamin E Requirement
  • Vitamin K Requirement
  • Omega 6 requirement

Vitamin C Requirement

Vitamin C is a six-carbon lactone that humans cannot produce and must be received via nutrition. Vitamin C aids in the creation of collagen, the maintenance of capillaries, the development of bones and teeth, and the absorption of iron. Vitamin C is derived from natural sources in fresh fruits and leafy vegetables, as well as in certain vitamin C-fortified foods and supplements.

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A Comprehensive DNA Report

myPreciseDNA Wellness provides you with a complete DNA profile consisting of 14 categories and 128 traits ranging from your personality traits to genetic health conditions. This report reveals multiple aspects of your health to give you better insights into your wellbeing. Click on the icons to learn more about the other traits

Unlock a wealth of information about yourself through your DNA.

Disclaimer: Please note that this report solely relies on your genetic information and does not consider other shared details. It examines specific variants associated with certain conditions but does not encompass all variants. Other associated markers or variants may not be screened. The report is not diagnostic and should not be treated as such. It reveals your genetic predisposition to health conditions. High or low risk does not indicate presence or absence of conditions; development depends on genetic predisposition, lifestyle choices, exposure, and more. The report helps assess genetic health status and make informed choices. Genotype determination assumes diploid DNA samples, and atypical genome content may affect results. Consult a doctor before considering recommendations. Synapse Laboratory is not liable for any damages resulting from the service or report.