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It should be repeated that Genefood does not replace the Dietician or the Nutritionist
But, on the contrary, it is a necessary support for their activity

FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

It is also useful for Dieticians who, while prescribing other nutrigenetics testing, do not receive a rational reflection into food and have to work to orient themselves in a sticky situation of mutations or polymorphisms that only a dedicated bioinformatics analysis can assess and, above all, synthesize in an appropriate food list.

In this way, will be avoided the failures of a non-rational diet, exclusively based on the phenotype (physical characteristics) of the treated subject. How many times, in fact, a subject goes to a dietician and lose weight while another does not get results even if they are both excellent professionals. This happens because, those who succeed, guess the foods more suitable for the genotype (genetic characteristics) of that individual.

The Genefood ™ must be performed before any dietitian or nutritionist prescribes a diet that, not knowing the subject genetically, can be ineffective or even very damaging! This is in consideration that it is necessary, for each dietician/nutritionist, to exclude the existence of metabolic pathologies, intolerances or diseases of accumulation for which, prescribe the consumption of certain foods, such as red meat or other very used, such as bitter dark chocolate, chicken pâté, or even muesli or lentils, for a person carrying hemochromatosis, is certainly damaging.

FOR PRIVATE PERSONS
  • To young and less young people in good health.

In order to avoid damaging the organism, over time, with a nutrition that is not suitable for its own genetic fingerprint.


  • To subjects who are familiar with metabolic alterations

(such as diabetes, obesity, increased blood fats, etc.) or intolerances to foods that are widespread


  • To subjects who “struggle” to keep fit

That very often undergo sacrifices or diets but, in short, they fall into the difficulty of keeping their physical form


  • To subjects who have vague eating disorders

Non-specific but troublesome disorders in certain nutritional regimes and that, having not done DNA tests, have relied on empirical or inaccurate tests such as the immunoenzymes to test their intolerances.


  • To Overweight subjects who fail diets

And that pass from one dietician to another without understanding why diets, although extremely privative, often have poor or no efficacy.


  • To Overweight or frankly obese subjects

That perform dietary treatments that vanish during the maintenance period.