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GenoBase - GenoPalate DNA Nutrition Test


Starting at $159

Unlock your genetic insights to begin your personalized nutrition journey. Through a comprehensive analysis, you’ll discover your individual, DNA-based needs so you can set the foundation for a healthier diet and lifestyle.

What's Included
  • Get a genetic-based, personalized nutrition analysis for an optimal diet
  • Uncover sensitivities to lactose, gluten, caffeine, and alcohol
  • Discover 100+ foods that work best for your DNA
  • Reveal genetic-based eating predispositions and stress responses

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GenoJump - GenoPalate DNA Nutrition Test


Starting at $259

Use your genetic insights to level up your health with DNA-based nutritional guidance. You’ll meet with a Registered Dietitian** to discuss your test results and actionable steps you can use to tackle your health and wellness goals.

What's Included
  • Everything in GenoBase
  • Initial 1-on-1 consultation with a Registered Dietitian** to help you analyze your results and learn how to integrate your report into your lifestyle
  • Together, talk about your weight, diet, exercise, hydration, and sleep goals

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GenoGo - GenoPalate DNA Nutrition Test


Starting at $379

Create a plan to achieve your health and wellness goals, and get the support you need to stick to it. You’ll partner with a Registered Dietitian** in a 4-week program where you’ll leverage your comprehensive DNA insights and receive personalized nutrition guidance.

What's Included
  • Everything in GenoJump
  • Three additional 1-on-1 follow-up sessions with a Registered Dietitian** (4 total)
  • Together, design and optimize a well-rounded, sustainable plan that can help you achieve your weight, diet, exercise, hydration, and sleep goals
  • Five personalized recipes to support your plan and health goals

*Existing DNA purchases require a DNA data file from either AncestryDNA (2016 or later) or 23andMe
**Our Registered Dietitians are fully licensed; however, some limitations exist in select states. Learn More

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How Fueling Your DNA Can Improve Your Athletic Performance

Vitamins, Minerals, And Exercise

In this section, we'll focus on a specific area of interest for athletic performance: vitamins and minerals within the context of physical exercise. We’re providing links to blog posts for related topics further down on this page, too. Let’s begin.

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Vitamins and minerals are essential for various metabolic processes throughout the body. When it comes to exercise and athletic performance, they regulate many chemical reactions such as energy metabolism, oxygen transfer, and tissue repair. Some athletes have increased nutrient requirements if they have excessive losses in their sweat or urine.

Sports medicine and advanced dietetics have long focused on how to achieve and maintain peak levels of performance for college, semi-pro, and professional athletes. Findings there and from the broader spectrum of nutritional science paint a helpful picture for anyone pursuing well-being and fitness through sustained physical activity.

The pursuit of physical fitness is not a fad. For some, high-intensity training and endurance performance is a measure of achievement that’s core to their well-being. Still, many more others pursue more moderate levels of exercise training for their overall health care and maintenance of body weight. Runners, cyclists, and gym members participating in aerobic exercise, swimming, or weight training all make up the fitness universe.

For athletes of all levels, certain nutrients are commonly lost during exercise. If you’re physically active, be particularly diligent to ensure you’re getting adequate amounts of B vitamins, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Iron, Calcium, and electrolytes.

Key Nutrients To Fuel Your Workout

Here's a short summary of the vitamins and minerals that are important for those seeking to improve their physical performance and are keeping a balanced diet in their sights. (You can read our complete blog article on this topic HERE).

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Vitamin B

  • Converts food into energy
  • Important for creating new blood cells, maintaining cell health, and other bodily functions
  • Examples: Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12, thiamin, riboflavin, and folate
  • Found in: red meat, seafood, eggs, leafy greens, legumes, fortified cereals, nutritional yeast
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  • This mineral performs an important role for maintaining bone density, as well as nerve function and hormonal regulation
  • Calcium intake should loom large for physical exercise enthusiasts and athletes, particularly when high-impact activities are involved
  • Found in: milk, yogurt, leafy greens, and fortified juices, and soy milk
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  • All electrolytes, especially sodium, can be lost through sweat while exercising
  • Potassium and sodium maintain fluid balance in your body
  • Magnesium helps maintain nerve and muscle function
  • Found in: pickles, salted nuts (sodium); potatoes, bananas, and avocados (potassium); leafy greens, almonds, and whole grains (magnesium)
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Vitamin C

  • Protects against oxidative stress in endurance and ultra-endurance athletes
  • Found in: fruits and vegetables including oranges, strawberries, bell peppers, and kale
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Vitamin D

  • Essential for bone health, immunity, and mitigating fatigued muscles
  • It’s a hormone produced in your skin due to sunlight exposure
  • Also can be found in: fortified milk, fatty fish, and eggs
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  • Iron transports oxygen throughout the body, helping red blood cells to carry oxygen to muscles
  • Found in: beef, beans, spinach, oysters, turkey breast, and fortified cereals

What About Vitamin and Mineral Supplements?

Dietary supplements can help ensure energy production and avoid the depletion of core nutrients. As always, consult your doctor or dietitian about your exercise plans and consider supplements as part of your nutrition regimen when appropriate.

The days of low-quality, over-the-counter, one-size-fits-all vitamins and supplements are over. GenoPalate's custom supplement offering caters to your specific needs, uses high-quality ingredients your body can readily absorb, and eliminates a cabinet full of bottles. Learn More

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Nutrition Advice For Your Fitness Journey

Winning Plans For Changing Your Food Habits

In addition to our free eBook, we have plenty of helpful articles from our blog about how your nutritional needs fit into an active lifestyle. Here are a few you might enjoy:

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Pre-and Post-Workout Fueling

What you eat before and after your workout can make or break your performance. Depending on what type of activity you enjoy, you may benefit from slightly different foods. One thing remains the same, incorporating a variety of foods in your everyday eating pattern will ensure a wide array of nutrients for your body. Contains insights about carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and more. Read more

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Personalized Nutrition for Your Fitness Journey

Incorporating a personalized nutrition plan into your fitness journey will garner the best performance results. Why? Because our DNA can tell us what foods our bodies would benefit from eating more of and what macros we’re able to harness best for energy. With a nutritional DNA test, you can create a roadmap for your fitness journey through the power of nutrigenomics. Read more

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Protein Myths

Protein is more than just a means to build muscle, it actually plays a vital role in numerous processes in the body including wound healing, hormone creation, enzymatic reactions, and molecule transportation. And yet, there is a lot of misinformation out there regarding protein, so let’s get to the bottom of many of these protein myths. Read more

What Our Customers Are Saying


Very impressed with the technology! Taking my AncestryDNA raw data and coming up with a customized list of foods that are best for me and my genetic makeup, is awesome! Also liked the customized vitamin recommendations so I know what my particular body needs are!

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The results from my testing were very quick. Information from the testing has been so eye opening. I’ve changed the way I eat and my sleep and exercise habits.



My GenoPalate results helped answer the percentage of carb/fats/protein that I should be eating to optimize my health and foods that meet with my genetics. The education is great and it gives you a plan and specifics on how to change your diet. If you use your GenoPalate results with Fitbit like I do to track your calories, it works awesome!

-Mike L.

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Your Macro- and Micronutrient Needs

  • Discover the healthiest carbohydrate, protein, and fat intake for your body
  • Learn which vitamins and minerals your body needs most
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Your Sensitivities and Substance Metabolism

  • See whether you may be sensitive to lactose or gluten
  • Discover how fast your body can process alcohol and caffeine
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Uncover Your Levels of Feel-Good Chemicals

  • Learn which brain signals may be affecting your mood, happiness, and anxiety
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Professional Guidance and Community Support

  • Every report includes a complementary group orientation with a registered dietitian and access to our private community forum
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From The GenoPalate Glossary

Antioxidants are compounds that protect the body’s tissues and cells against damage and oxidation from unstable compounds such as free radicals. Antioxidants are good for a wide variety of individuals, and can be beneficial for many different health conditions. By limiting oxidative stress, antioxidants help cut down on irreversible cell damage, limiting our risk factors for diseases like cancer, heart disease, emphysema, Parkinson’s disease, and many more. Read more

Digestive enzymes are a group of enzymes that break down fats, proteins, and carbohydrates in the body from foods eaten to help with absorption. The main types of digestive enzymes are proteases which break down proteins, amylases which break down carbohydrates, and lipases which break down fats. Read more

Hemoglobin is a protein found in red blood cells that binds to and carries oxygen from the lungs to the cells throughout the body. Maintaining normal levels of hemoglobin is extremely important. If hemoglobin levels are too low, it puts the structure of our red blood cells at risk. Red blood cells that are improperly shaped cannot flow freely through our blood vessels, making it harder for our body to get the oxygen it needs. Read more

The GenoPalate Difference: Science-Based Nutrition For Your Needs

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I came across GenoPalate several months ago and couldn’t pass it up! I love how it suggests foods that are most beneficial and healthy to your body type. These suggestions help you when it’s time to grocery shop. I highly recommend it!

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You have a unique DNA signature that can be translated into your nutritional needs. This personalized nutrition information is applied to recommend 20+ nutrients and over 100+ foods that empower you to make the best decisions for eating healthy.



We apply carefully vetted, evidence-based research from high-impact clinical trials, as well as population studies, that can directly link positive health outcomes to your DNA and nutrition.



Your privacy is important to us. You control how your genetic information is used and with whom it is shared. Your data is never sold, leased, or rented for research purposes without your explicit consent.



All genetic samples we receive are processed using the highest possible quality generated in a CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) Certified Lab.

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