What you will learn
Studies show that 95% of individuals who diet gain back the pounds that they shed within several years, and 41% of individuals who try dieting eventually gain back more pounds than they lost.
With your personalized dietPower report you can tailor your diet around how your body reacts to different foods. No more guessing! Learn which foods are best to help you maintain a healthy body and manage your weight more efficiently.
The genes analyzed in our dietPower test play an important role in weight regulation and our overall health. They are involved in regulating our appetite and how our body breaks down different foods for energy.
We test genes responsible for:
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, as well as smoking behaviour.
Vitamins and Supplements: Your need for vitamins including vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B9 (folate), vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E as well as your need for supplements such as Calcium, Iodine, Iron, Omega 3 and Omega 6 to stay healthy.
Reduce uncertainty and take a healthy, informed approach to your diet to optimize your weight and well-being!
dietPower DNA Test Areas
Protein NeedYour need for a normal amount of dietary protein
|Diet Test Areas||What it Tells You|
|Diet Management||Carbohydrates||Your ability to process carbohydrates in your diet|
|Cholesterol – HDL||How well you regulate good cholesterol|
|Cholesterol – LDL||How well you regulate bad cholesterol|
|Fat – Dietary||Your ability to metabolize fats in your diet|
|Fat – Stored||How well you burn the fats stored in your body|
|Fat – Monounsaturated||How well you metabolize monounsaturated fats|
|Fat – Saturated||How well you metabolize saturated fats|
|Blood Sugar||Your ability to regulate blood sugar|
|Protein Weight Response||Your weight response to a high protein diet|
|Weight Response||Body Mass Index||Your ability to regulate your body mass index|
|Food Tolerances||Alcohol||How well your body tolerates alcohol|
|Caffeine||How well your body processes caffeine|
|Gluten||How well you digest gluten in your diet|
|Lactose||How well your body digests lactose from dairy products|
|Salt||How well you metabolize salt|
|Sugar Craving||Your ability to resist sugar cravings and sweet foods|
|Food Taste and Preferences||Caffeine Preference||Your preference to consume a normal amount of caffeine|
|Carbohydrate Preference||Your preference to consume a normal amount of carbohydrates|
|Fat Preference||Your preference to consume a normal amount of fats|
|Protein Preference||Your preference to consume a normal amount of protein|
|Bitter Taste||Your ability to taste bitter flavors and foods|
|Salt Taste||Your ability to taste salt and salty foods|
|Sweet Taste||Your ability to taste sweet flavours and foods|
|Smoking Behaviour||Your ability to respond normally to nicotine|
|Vitamins and Supplements
|Vitamin A||How well you convert vitamin A for healthy growth and immune response|
|Vitamin B6||How well you process vitamin B6 for macronutrient metabolism|
|Vitamin B9 (Folate)||How well you process folate for cell growth and healthy red blood cells|
|Vitamin B12||How well you process vitamin B12 for healthy nerve and blood cells|
|Vitamin C||How well you process vitamin C for growth and development|
|Vitamin D||How well you process vitamin D to support calcium absorption and cell growth|
|Vitamin E||How well you convert Vitamin E for antioxidant and anti-aging benefits|
|Calcium||How well your body absorbs calcium for bones, teeth and muscles|
|Iodine||How well your body transports iodine to support thyroid function|
|Iron||How well your body regulates iron for red blood cells to carry oxygen|
|Omega 3||Your ability to process Omega 3 for metabolism, brain health and reducing disease|
|Omega 6||Your ability to process Omega 6 to support inflammation and cell repair|