|Criteria||Woman's Health a) b)||Best competitor c)||Other competitors c)|
|Number of genes||72||68||51|
|Technology||Sequencing a) (100x)||Array-based (20x - 30x)||Unclear|
a) SPECIFIC for european population
b) Latest technology Next Generation Sequencing, highest accuracy (100x depth)
c) 35% cheaper, only 50% valuable information, NOT providing daily intake nutrients quantities
Women who want to be healthy and have a healthy baby
Genetic test (€ 680)
Includes medical guidance
Includes nutrigenetic profile
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Women who want to be healthy and have a healthy baby.
It includes the analysis of genetic variations present in women and which influences the amounts of nutrients needed for a healthy development of the fetus during pregnancy and the newborn during breastfeeding.
Nutrition in the context of pregnancy is particularly addressed to women who want to become pregnant.
Information is useful to pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding.
It includes the analysis of genetic variations that will influence the optimal nutrient needs for adults (women outside pregnancy and men). Provide the necessary information to reduce the risk of metabolic diseases due to inappropriate nutrition for your genetic structure.
It includes the analysis of genetic variations that, in the presence of certain unhealthy illnesses or lifestyles, may lead to complications in the absence of adequate nutrition.
It includes an estimate, on a genetic basis, of the potential you have to practice certain types of exercise, the impact that physical effort can have on your metabolism. This information can help specialists in the field (physicians, nutritionists, fitness specialists) decide which are nutritional changes and what physical activity is beneficial to reach an optimal weight. Young people who want to start a family.
1. Nutrition in the context of pregnancy:
2. Recommendations on optimal daily intake:
LCT mutation test - Newborn may or may not consume breast milk / formula containing lactose.
TPK1 variations associated with newborn weight (thiamine intake) - Determination of daily intake of Thiamine during pregnancy and lactation
Adenosine metabolism - Special Recommendations
Choline Metabolism - Determining Daily Intake of Choline during Pregnancy and Lactation
Vitamin A Metabolism - Consumption Recommendations
Betaine metabolism - Determination of daily Betaine intake
Folate metabolism - Determination of daily Folati intake
3. Risk of metabolic imbalances:
- Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B3 (niacin)
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin K
4. Genotypes associated with physical exercise or sports performance:
Liver steatosis (fatty liver) - Specific nutritional recommendations
Obesity - Determining Relative Growth / Weight Loss Risk
Hyperhomocysteinaemia - Determination of risk and nutritional recommendations on intake
Cholesterol - Recommendations for monitoring cholesterol levels
Type 2 diabetes / insulin resistance - Recommendations on monitoring of biochemical parameters
Cardiovascular diseases at older ages - Determination of daily zinc intake
Postprandial hyperlipaemia - Specific nutritional recommendations
Alcohol Consumption and Gastric Cancer - Recommendations on Consumption
Cardiac, vascular and respiratory functions - Determination of genetic predisposition
Muscle function - Determination of sprint potential and muscle strength capacity
Bodyweight - Determination of weight gain potential
Metabolism - Recommendations on the influence of physical effort on metabolism