Nutrigenetic tests represent a new advance in molecular biology applied to improving people's health and lives.
Through an analysis of a vital sample, and the detection of certain gene patterns in said sample, these tests can help to significantly improve the quality of life of each individual in particular.”
Heavy metal (MF) testing
Heavy metal toxicity caused by increasing levels of pollution and the use of chemicals in industry is an alarming threat to our health and the development of our children. The high levels of toxic metals deposited in body tissues and subsequently in the brain, can cause great...
Nutrigenetic wellness test
Eat according to your genes. The answer may be in your genes. In 480 BC Hippocrates observed that "good health requires knowledge of the primary constitution of man." It was an old way of saying no we can't achieve optimal health without knowing our genes. We now know that specific genetic variations...
With this test you will know your genetic risk for the following diseases: Alzheimer, asthma, atrial fibrillation, celiac disease, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, hypertension, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, restless legs, diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2, myocardial infarction, venous thromboembolism and gallstones.
Advanced nutrition test
With this nutrigenetic test you will know the influence of diet on your body weight, nutrient requirements according to your genetic profile, food preferences according to your genetic profile, metabolic properties (metabolism of alcohol, lactose, gluten and caffeine), sports and leisure (muscular structure , strength training, risk of injury...
Metabolic nutrigenetic test
It is a nutrigenetic test in which the genetic variants (SNPs) potentially related to obesity and its associated medical complications (type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular pathologies) are analyzed from the DNA extracted from saliva samples. At NyN we make your personalized diet according to your genetic identity.
The pharmacogenetic test analyzes 425 markers to generate a personalized report that includes 12 main drug categories. The comprehensive analysis that we carry out analyzes the pathways involved in the metabolism of drugs based on the information of the individual's genetic profile. Exploration...
What is nutrigenomics
Nutrigenomics is the science that studies the interaction between genes and nutrients.
Through scientific evidence that supports this science, we know about the possible reasons why we respond differently to diet between individuals.
According to the bases of biochemical individuality, the variations of the DNA sequence, the SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism), are defined as punctual variation of a certain nucleotide for another in specific sites of the genome.
Each polymorphic site in the genome can have up to four versions: A, C, G, or T.
What do Epigenetic Tests analyze?
THEY ARE THE SIMPLEST AND MOST COMMON FORM OF GENETIC VARIATION
They account for about 90% of all human DNA polymorphisms.
Another reason that could explain why we respond differently to diet between individuals is epigenetic variability.
This refers to the same genotype that can produce a wide range of different phenotypes, due to epigenetic changes, which are defined as "heritable changes in gene function that do NOT involve changes in the DNA base.