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Nutrigenomic profiling - your gateway to evidence based proactive healthcare management



Taking proactive care of your health in whatever manner possible is the best way to treat your body. However, many times our efforts are based on trial and error or experiences of others or self. We should be always on the lookout for new and better ways to manage health.

The final version of the human genome sequence was published in April 2003. This publication provided the complete DNA sequence of the human genome, which consists of approximately 3 billion base pairs and contains all the genes that code for proteins, as well as non-coding regions of DNA with regulatory and functional roles.

The publication of the Human Genome Project has paved the way for advancements in personalized nutrition, medicine, genetic testing, and gene-based therapies.

Nutrigenomic profiling is one of the areas that has gained significant importance and momentum over the years. It is a modern, advanced, evidence based, scientific approach to proactive health management as it gives you deep insights into your body constitution and helps you understand health predispositions more specifically associated with lifestyle diseases and disorders.

Over the last 2 years GeneScope.ai has carried out a number of nutrigenomic profiling's and given advice to individuals on a number of health issues to proactively take care of their health.

Listed below are different health conditions where nutrigenomic profiling has helped provide personalized advice.

Cardiovascular health: Nutrigenomic testing identified genetic variants associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease in different individuals. Personalized dietary recommendations were provided to optimize nutrient intake, manage inflammation, lipid metabolism, homocysteine metabolism and support heart health. Regular monitoring of relevant biomarkers, such as cholesterol levels and blood pressure, showed significant improvement over time.


Mental health: Nutrigenomic testing revealed genetic variants associated with increased risk of anxiety and depression in different individuals. Personalized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to optimize nutrient intake, manage inflammation, oxidative stress and support brain health. The individuals reported improved mood and reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression with the recommended interventions.



Bone and Joint health: Nutrigenomic testing identified genetic variants associated with reduced bone density and increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis in different individuals. Customized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to optimize nutrient intake, enhance calcium absorption, vitamin D and vitamin K metabolism, collagen synthesis and support bone health. Follow-up bone density scans showed marked improvement over time.


Gut health: Nutrigenomic testing revealed genetic variants associated with increased risk of gastrointestinal conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), in different individuals. Personalized dietary recommendations were provided to optimize gut health, reduce inflammation, food sensitivities and intolerances and support gut microbiota balance. Individuals reported reduced symptoms and improved gut health with the recommended interventions.


Weight management: Nutrigenomic testing identified genetic variants associated with increased risk of obesity in different individuals. Personalized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to optimize nutrient intake, manage appetite and food cravings, energy metabolism and support weight management. Individuals achieved sustainable weight loss and improved metabolic health with the recommended interventions.


Skin health: Nutrigenomic testing revealed genetic variants associated with increased risk of skin conditions, such as acne and eczema, in different individuals. Personalized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to optimize nutrient intake, manage inflammation, oxidative stress, skin hydration and sensitivity and support skin health. The individuals reported reduced symptoms and improved skin health with the recommended interventions.


Detoxification: Nutrigenomic testing identified genetic variants associated with reduced ability to detoxify environmental toxins in different individuals. Customized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to support liver function, enhance detoxification pathways, methylation and reduce toxin exposure. Follow-up testing showed improved liver function and reduced toxin burden.

Metabolic syndrome: Nutrigenomic testing revealed genetic variants associated with increased risk of metabolic syndrome in different individuals. Personalized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to optimize nutrient intake, manage blood sugar levels, support lipid metabolism, and reduce inflammation. The individuals achieved improved metabolic health and reduced risk of metabolic syndrome with the recommended interventions.


Aging and longevity: Nutrigenomic testing revealed genetic variants associated with cellular aging and longevity in different individuals. Personalized dietary and lifestyle recommendations were provided to support healthy aging, enhance antioxidant defense, and promote longevity. Follow-up biomarker testing showed improved markers of healthy aging and cellular health.


Managing good health is a complex activity. What makes it complex is individual variability as each person is unique, with different genetic makeup, lifestyle, environment, and health history. What works for one person may not work the same way for another, and the optimal approach to managing good health can vary from person to person.

Nutrigenomic profiling is considered as one of the simplest approaches to proactive healthcare management as it can help optimize health outcomes by addressing individual genetic variations that may impact nutrient metabolism, metabolism of bioactive compounds, and other physiological processes related to health. It can help identify potential health risks at an early stage and also takes into consideration environmental and lifestyle factors that may impact an individual's health, enabling a comprehensive and integrated approach to proactive healthcare management.


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