In recent years it has become clear that our genetic make-up has a strong influence on body weight and how we respond to different foods and forms of exercise. With scientific advances, we are now able to use the information in our DNA to predict which diets, lifestyle choices, and exercise work best for each individual person.
Aoife Ni Eochaidh, gene tester, offers a simple, saliva-based test for men and women which analyses how we respond to diet and exercise. These genes have been selected based on hundreds of studies.
Through a simple saliva test that you can do at home you can discover the most important micro- and macronutrients you need. Learn about your metabolism of alcohol, coffee, lactose, and your response to physical activity including a greater understanding of your muscles and which sports will benefit you. Find out whether you have a propensity for high cholesterol, high blood sugar, weak bones, and obesity. Discover whether you are prone to oxidative stress, which is related to your speed of ageing. Your tests are presented in a detailed guidebook containing 39 analyses divided into eight chapters covering key thematic elements of exercise, diet, and lifestyle.
Each test report comes with a comprehensive guide that includes a user friendly index of your DNA analysis and detailed nutritional, lifestyle, and exercise recommendations. This test is a powerful tool that enables guidance on your path to an optimal diet, lifestyle, and exercise choices. Whether you are looking to lose weight, get fitter, or improve your health and diet in the most optimum way for you, let your genes predict the best options.
Aoife Ni Eochaidh also works closely with GPs and medical consultants to offer the full range of the other gene tests available in Ireland today. Mental health conditions can be treated more effectively by using gene information to guide medication management. Do you want the right medication at the right dose every time? Gene testing can also guide in the use of optimal medications for people with many chronic diseases. Gene testing is also used in determining your risk of inherited gene mutations, including your risk of breast and hereditary cancers.
Further information call Aoife Ni Eochaidh on 087 2863013 or email [email protected].