If you’re pregnant you’ll know how important it is to be proactive about your health, diet, and nutritional supplementation while you’re expecting. However, did you
Genetic-based research clearly shows that one size does not fit all when it comes to diet. One of the first steps anyone should take when assessing the best diet for themselves is to screen for the major food intolerances: Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance. At iDNA Health, you will be guided by our expert practitioners to make the best dietary choices for you using your genetics.
The prevention of a disease is always better than trying to manage a disease. The only way you can definitively know if your child is gluten intolerant or not is to screen for specific gluten intolerance mutations through a genetic test.
Many people are adopting a gluten-free diet because they believe it is good for them when in fact, it could come with unwanted side effects and risks. The only way to definitively know if you are gluten intolerant is to screen for any gluten intolerance genetic mutations.
Being lactose intolerant can lead to decreased absorption of key nutrients important for brain and immune function. It especially leads to decreased calcium absorption and increases your risk of osteoporosis. Our Lactose-Free Lifestyle Program assesses and manages these risks for you.
This case study shows how powerful a tool your genetic data is in enabling preventive, predictive healthcare.