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DNA based Diet

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DNA based diet works on the principle of Nutrigenomics, a field of science which studies the interaction between food, nutrition and your genes. Researchers have found out that the type of genes we carry can affect the nutrition uptake and other underlying biological components. Knowing what kind of genes you carry can help you plan out a healthy life more effectively than not knowing. For example, you must have seen thin people who eat a lot but still don’t gain weight whereas some people gain easily even by eating less, wonder why? The answer lies in your genes. Certain genes involved in carbohydrate, fat and insulin metabolism can be considered to be contributing to such issues. If someone carries a bad gene, chances are high that the metabolic activity of biological components is impacted leading to such drastic conditions. This is where science of Nutrigenomics or DNA based diet comes to the rescue. It is scientifically proven that the dietary chemical produced can impact the gene expression and cas-cading biological pathways. With help genetic information one can understand how our food interacts with genes and how our genetic information guides the response towards such nutrition intake. At DNA Diet, we perform a DNA test to understand your genetic information and prepare a balanced diet chart specific to your needs. We provide both non-vegetarian and vegetarian diet for weight loss as per your Indian food choices so that you can follow it without any hustle.

What we covered

The key components that help analyse eating are satiety, snacking and emotional pattern. Knowing these on the basis of genetic information can help you know where to work upon to enhance your nutrition uptake.

  • Satiety response

    Satiety in general is a feeling of feeling full when you eat. Lack of appropriate response can impact overall nutrition uptake. The genetic test for satiety helps you know how to set it in control if it’s not.

  • Snacking pattern

    This indicates how often you feel hungry and what’s your pattern of consuming food. The genetic test for snacking patterns will help you know whether you are prone to healthy or unhealthy patterns and how you can overcome them.

  • Emotional eating

    Many people eat when their emotions reach the extreme. The genetic test for emotional eating helps you know how effectively you can control it.

Taste perception is a very important factor as it influences the food preference among people. Knowing your preferences can help in unlocking the path to balanced nutrition by keenly working on them.

  • Sweet food

    The genetic test for sweet food will help you know biological preference for it. Whether it is at extreme or manageable levels to strategize your nutrition uptake accordingly.

  • Fatty food

    The genetic test for fatty food will help you know your preference level towards it. Balanced amounts of fats in daily nutrition is the key to avoid associated diseases.

  • Bitter food

    The genetic test for bitter food will help you know your preference for it, whether it is typical or at extreme. Knowing this is extremely important to help strategize the right nutrition for your body.

In this panel, the DNA test helps you to learn about factors crucial in weight management. Getting insights of them can significantly transform your journey towards healthier you!

  • Tendency to gain weight

    People have different tendencies to gain weight that’s why some people remain thin even when they eat less and vice versa in case of fat people. Know your tendency to have a guided nutrition plan.

  • Weight regain tendency

    In many cases, people regain weight after losing it. But this is not common among all, your genes determine this tendency. The report can help you know your tendency to guide you towards preventive interventions.

The major part of the daily nutritional requirement consists of macronutrients. These are nutrients required in large amounts by your body to meet the daily energy requirements and  other biological functions.

  • Response to carbohydrates

    The gene test helps you know your response towards carbohydrates i.e. whether it is effective or poor. Knowing your response allows you to deep dive into your health as total carbs intake influences the blood glucose levels and insulin levels.

  • Response to saturated fats

    Fats play a very crucial role in various biological functions such as hormone regulation, body lipid profile, obesity, vitamin absorption and more. The gene test will help you know response to fats which can help in a comprehensive diet plan unique to you.

  • Response to mono-unsaturated fats

    Mono-unsaturated fats (MUFA) are very beneficial when included in diet. Knowing your response to MUFA can be useful as it plays an important role in immune functions, reducing CVD risk and more.

  • Response to poly-unsaturated fats

    Poly-unsaturated fats (PUFA) are important in lowering the LDL cholesterol and inflammatory response. Knowing how your body responds to PUFA intake can help in charting the perfect diet plan.

  • Response to protein

    Proteins are the building blocks of your body cells. Right amount of protein in the body is crucial as it is involved in almost every biological function in our body. Knowing how effectively you respond to protein can be a game changer in your overall nutrition uptake.

  • Response to fiber

    Fiber is important in helping you eat the right amount of food and maintaining bowel functions. Knowing response to fiber can help create a diet plan that acts upon your overall fibre intake to enhance the nutrition absorption.

  • Vitamins

    Human body needs vitamins like vitamin A,B,C,D,E, B6,B9, B12 etc to perform various bodily functions. The metabolism involved in synthesis or absorption of these vitamins can be impacted by gene variants. A gene test can help you know your response to govern a robust diet plan

  • Minerals

    Minerals like iron, phosphate, magnesium, calcium play critical roles in a variety of biological functions. Iron plays a major role in hemoglobin, phosphate is the backbone of genetic material, magnesium is a cofactor, calcium is crucial for bones and more. Knowing response to these minerals can be helpful in charting out a balanced nutrition plan to prevent diseases occuring due to lack of these minerals in the body.

Have you ever had issues like stomach upset or allergy when eating certain kinds of food? Sometimes you consider these issues as normal but in most cases it is found to be due to food intolerance. A gene test for food intolerance can help subside these issues.

  • Gluten intolerance

    Some of the symptoms of gluten intolerance includes diarrhea, bloating, constipation and abdominal pain. Gluten is a type of storage protein stored with starch in the seeds of various grains like wheat, oats, barley etc. Some people can not stick to common diet plans due to this intolerance. A gene test can help you gauge the situation and have a comprehensive diet plan unique to you.

  • Lactose intolerance

    Do you face issues after having dairy products containing lactose? Sometimes you face these issues while other times they are hidden. Lactose intolerance can become severe if not characterised earlier. A gene test can help you understand whether you are intolerant to lactose or not.

  • Salt sensitivity

    Salt is a very staple food item for all of us. Sodium chloride (the salt) plays a very important role in maintaining the electrolyte balance within the body and fluid balance. Knowing how effectively you respond to salt is crucial as sensitivity can lead to issues like blood pressure, electrolyte imbalance and more.

  • Caffeine metabolism

    Caffeine is a type of nervous system stimulant present in a wide variety of food products such as tea, coffee etc. It is found that some people carrying a particular type of gene variant are found to have effective caffeine metabolism while others don’t. A gene test can help you know your type as excess caffeine consumption can cause insomnia, anxiety, bowel issues and more.