Our bodies need fat to stay healthy. The key is to know how much fat you need to eat for optimal wellness and nutrition. Our DNA test kit can help you determine the amount of fats you need in your diet.
Most of us ask ourselves (at least once per day), “How much food is the right amount for me?” At one end of the spectrum, there’s calorie counting, and the other end it could be a “free for all.” Like most things, you need to find the right balance between the two for YOU, all within some general guidelines.
Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, we don’t blame you. With sugar being added to so many foods we see today, sugar cravings are very real and hard to curb. However, too much sugar isn’t good for our bodies, and it has been linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease . Depending on your genes, you may be at an even greater risk of some of these health problems. At GenoPalate, we want everyone to eat healthier, which is why we’ve put together a few tips to help you keep your sugar in check.
Caffeine is the most widely used drug around the world. About 80% of the world's population consumes a caffeinated product each day, and this number goes up to 90% for adults in North America.  For some, this regular caffeine consumption may be fine, or even beneficial, but others may face complications down the road. The difference between these individuals lies in their genes.
Even though dramatic weight loss may be achieved while extreme dieting, people typically gain more weight than they lost once they go off these diets. And your waistline isn’t the only thing in trouble, studies show that these diets are also hurting your cardiovascular health.
We’ve all been told that genes are something we inherit from our moms and dads. They determine if your eyes are blue or brown and if your hair is straight or curly, but that’s not all. The fast and growing research in nutrigenomics says that your genetics can also determine how your body processes food.