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Personalized Nutrition Powered By Your DNA

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Upload Your Existing DNA Data

Already have your DNA data from 23andMe or AncestryDNA? Upload your raw genetic data now to receive your personalized Essential Nutrition Report.

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Order a DNA Collection Kit

New to DNA testing? Order our easy-to-use DNA Collection Kit, collect your sample at home, and send it back to us for analysis to receive your Essential Nutrition Report.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which raw genetic data files do you accept?

We accept raw genetic data files from 23andMe or AncestryDNA. It's important to note that most companies do not provide a comprehensive genetic dataset. Our analysis requires extensive datasets due to the numerous genetic markers we examine to generate insightful nutritional recommendations.

What happens to my DNA sample at the lab?

Our CLIA-certified lab extracts DNA from your saliva, which is then placed on a microarray to reveal your genotype for nutrition-related biomarkers. This analysis forms the basis of your personalized nutrition recommendations. Once completed, your genetic material is carefully disposed.

Is your lab CLIA-certified?

Yes, our lab is certified by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), which ensures the quality and accuracy of laboratory testing. CLIA certification verifies that labs meet federal standards for precision, accuracy, and reliability in diagnostic testing. This certification is crucial as it ensures that the analysis of your DNA is conducted with the highest standards of quality and accuracy, providing a solid foundation for your personalized nutrition recommendations.

Where will you store my DNA samples?

Yes, your DNA sample is securely stored at our laboratory, which is certified by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) and accredited by the College of American Pathology (CAP), ensuring the highest standards of quality and safety.

What is biobanking and will I be participating?

Biobanking is the secure storage of biological samples for future analysis. As a GenoPalate member, you have the option to participate in biobanking to receive future analysis reports. Participation is entirely voluntary, and you can choose to opt out at any time. There is no fee for members who choose to participate in biobanking, making it an accessible option for those interested in receiving ongoing insights from future analyses.