Genetics represent the potential foundation of your health. However, your genetics alone do not determine everything about you. How you and your environment interact with your genes will determine whether or not your genes are being expressed (e.g. your muscle tone or developing heart disease).
Search: Our team of healthcare professionals searches through thousands of peer-reviewed studies looking for genes and biochemical studies that are associated with preventable conditions, e.g. conditions you may be able to impact with diet and lifestyle changes.
Investigate: We analyze the studies, looking at the interventions (i.e. diet and lifestyle changes), the ease of the intervention, and the impact on the condition studied. We also rank the quality of the studies based on FDA research guidelines.
Associate: We examine how strong the association is between the various genes and health conditions. We also look at the connections between health conditions and foods, supplements, or lifestyle interventions. If the association is strong enough to inform diet or lifestyle recommendations, we include these genes and conditions.
Consult: We review the results of our findings with our broader team of FDA and genetic and nutrition consultants.
Add: We add SNPs and interventions to our Health Action Report database once they have been vetted by our team of providers.
We believe good health lies at the intersection of your genes, your environment, your nutrition and your lifestyle.
We look at genetic markers associated with the following conditions:
Cholesterol and Triglycerides
Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary Artery Disease with a focus on LP(a)
Estrogen Metabolism - Fast Metabolizer
Inflammation: Uric Acid
Preference for Sweet Tasting Foods
Type II Diabetes
Vital Nutrients: Folate
Vital Nutrients: Omega 3 Fatty Acids EPA/DHA
Vital Nutrients: Vitamin A
Vital Nutrients: Vitamin B6
Vital Nutrients: Vitamin B12
Vital Nutrients: Vitamin C
Vital Nutrients: Vitamin D3