First, your genetic-based nutrient recommendations are determined by analyzing your genes against research showing specific health benefits for people with your genotype. After we have your nutrient needs, then we analyze the foods in our database to see which will have the closest match to your recommendations.
For example, if your results suggest you may benefit from a higher vitamin C intake, potassium, and fiber, your foods list will contain certain foods that are high in those specific nutrients. In this case, you may see foods like oranges or peppers at the top of your recommended foods list.
If your analysis suggests you may benefit from less sodium or saturated fat, certain meats like salami or chuck roast likely will not show up on your list.