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Genetic Testing for Personalised Nutrition: The answer may be in your genes!

We are excited to introduce Genetic Testing for Personalised Nutrition to our clinic!

 

 

Genetic testing is only available through particular health practitioners, ensuring you are only receiving the best available nutrition advice, based on your true and unique genetic profile (that no one in the world else has!)

 

 

 

 

In 480 BC, Hippocrates noted that “positive health requires knowledge of man’s primary constitution”. This was just an ancient way of saying that we cannot achieve optimum health without knowing about our genes. We now know that specific variations in our genes can explain how we will respond to the foods, beverages and supplements we consume.

 

Genetic testing can help you learn how your genes can affect:

  • Cardio-metabolic health

  • Nutrition Metabolism

  • Weight management

  • Food intolerance 

  • Eating Habits

  • Injury risk

  • Physical activity 

Also, we are able to test how genes affect your:

  • Fertility

and in relation to sports performance...

  • Recovery

  • Injury risk

  • Motivation

  • Metabolism

  • Mental focus

  • Eating habits

  • Pain tolerance

  • Aerobic capacity

  • Food intolerance 

  • Body composition

  • Nutrient requirements

  • Exercise performance

Our comprehensive genetic test:

  1. Consists of 45 genetic markers.

  2. Is developed by world-renowned researchers

  3. Is based on the most robust scientific evidence.

  4. Analyses your DNA is using a simple saliva sample. 

  5. Allows you to receive personalised recommendations based on your true and unique genetic profile.

For more info, contact us here.

 

 

Joyce Haddad, Director of A Dietitian's Mission, is an Adelaide based Dietitian, Nutritionist and Master Personal Trainer with a passion for health and wellbeing. ADM aims to help the public make informed and realistic nutritional choices and ensure everyone has a healthy relationship with their body and with food. 

 

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