GenoPalate Mobile App - Release Notes
Your results use peer-reviewed research in nutrigenetics to calculate your ideal intake for 23 nutrients based on your DNA. This includes whether you may benefit from a low, moderate, or high intake for macronutrients (carbohydrates, fats and protein) as well as micronutrients (vitamins and minerals).
These recommendations are designed to help you reach optimal health and prevent chronic disease.
Finally, you’ll receive a personalized food list containing over 100 foods that best match your genetic-based nutrient needs. For example, if your genes suggest that you need high zinc and high vitamin B12 one of your suggested meats may be lean ground beef because it contains high amounts of zinc and B12.
Your list will cover 16 different food categories including your top starches, leafy vegetables, meats, fruits, and many more. These options will make it easy for you to shop and eat for the foods healthiest for you.
Starting today, you can let us know if your genetic results for gluten, lactose, caffeine and alcohol are true to what you experience. Just go to one of the sensitivity pages on the mobile app and answer the question on the bottom of the page. Spoiler alert: based on your answer, you’ll receive a personalized tip on what you should do next. Happy sensitivity management!
In today’s release, we’re giving the gluten, lactose, caffeine and alcohol pages a design refresh. This update makes it easier way to learn about your genes, what they do, and how they impact your health. However, genetics don’t always tell the whole story. That’s why we’ve also added a section about what non-genetic factors influence how sensitive you are to gluten, lactose, caffeine and alcohol. If one of your sensitivity results surprised you, these can help you pinpoint why so that you can better manage your sensitivities.
Say hello to our new and improved home page design! This update includes a revamped home page with a more visual layout that your eyes will thank us for. You’ll also find new summary pages for your macro and micronutrient recommendations. These pages make it easier to see which nutrients your genes impacted. And because doing math is no fun, the new macro summary page will also let you convert your percentage recommendation into daily calories or grams by using a quick and easy toggle.