Personalised Nutrition and Diet

Diet as a cornerstone of an individual’s overall environment has a significant influence on health in the broadest sense, from the prevention of diseases to performance, enjoyment, and the overall quality of life. Nutrigenomics, as a subset of the more general field of genomics, actively addresses the genetic basis of response to nutrition and diet and, in parallel, the variations in dietary responsiveness among humans that are assignable to genotype. LifeNome’s DNA- personalised nutrition and diet assessments and recommendations are providing the comprehensive understanding of individual’s unique nutrition, metabolism and diet needs with the 50 selected traits using proprietary Genomics AI™ technology. The technology is incorporating the knowledge from thousands of scientific studies and is matching the personal nutrition deficiency risks to the ingredients within the nutrition products and supplements. Individually tailored nutrition regimes could be automatically created to reflect optimal diet plan for an individual.

VITAMIN BALANCE

Vitamins allow the human body to grow and develop. They also play essential roles in bodily functions such as metabolism, immunity and digestion. There are 13 essential vitamins, including vitamins A, C, D, E, and K and B vitamins, such as riboflavin and folate. With LifeNome’s DNA-based nutrition and diet  assessment and recommender, it could be explored how an individual’s genetic variations influence body processes and absorption of the vitamins, and whether the individual is genetically predisposed to vitamin imbalances and deficiencies. Such knowledge may encourage consumption of the adequate amounts of the vitamin(s) by ingesting specific foods, or by taking the supplements.

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MINERAL BALANCE

Minerals help the human body to grow, develop, and stay healthy. The body uses minerals to perform many different functions — from building strong bones to transmitting nerve impulses. Some minerals are even used to make hormones or maintain a normal heartbeat. With LifeNome’s DNA-based nutrition and diet  assessment and recommender, it could be explored how an individual’s unique genetics impacts mineral processing, and whether there is the genetic predisposition to mineral deficiencies. Specific groups of people, including serious athletes, vegetarians, vegans, pregnant and nursing women, elderly may have the higher risk of particular mineral imbalances and are advised to monitor their mineral intake. Minerals are best supplied by ingesting specific foods, but there are also a variety of supplements available.

DIET AND METABOLISM

Unlike the ads in many magazines and the offers of many businesses, there is no universal best diet that works for everyone. Individual’s ability to lose, gain or maintain the weight is dependent on genetic, environmental, and behavioural factors. How one process carbs, fat and protein are unique to the body’s enzymatic processes, and genetic makeup has a strong influence on what works best for sustainable weight loss. With LifeNome’s DNA-based nutrition and diet assessment and recommender, it could be explored how individual’s unique genetics influence eating preferences, benefits and effectiveness of the different diet types, and metabolic characteristics.

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INSIGHTS AND RESOURCES

The nutrition industry is challenged by different forms of the malnutrition (1 of 3 people globally is malnourished) that have significant health and economic costs for both developing and developed countries. Malnutrition and obesity are linked to both the quantity and quality of food.

LifeNome’s revolutionary Genomics AI™ technology is focusing on achieving genetic-based personalised nutrition and diet by incorporating the complex scientific knowledge. Most of the existing genetic approaches rely on single genetic variation-single genetic trait association studies. LifeNome’s Genomics AI™ technology dynamically explores a network of DNA variations that influence potential genetic predisposition. LifeNome’s proprietary artificial intelligence algorithms use aggregate analysis of more than 2,500 scientific studies calibrated on tens of thousands of genomes. Nutrition and diet predisposition assessments and recommendations are reviewed and certified by registered professionals.

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If you are a company and would like to partner with us on providing your customers with personalized nutrition, fitness, skin care, preventive well-being information please contact us at partnerships@lifenome.com