Learn What is the Best Food for You According to Your DNA
Now GenoPalate takes the saliva samples of patients in order to make personal nutrition rcommendations according to their genes.
GenoPalate's DNA analysis build upon the research of its CEO, Yi (Sherry) Zhang, an assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He founded GenoPalate in 2016.
"Genetics read your evolutionary past," Zhang said. "By reading your genes, we know the history of where you're from."
Zhang and GenoPalate have identified 38 genetic biomarkers to examine in the DNA analysis and 86 risk evaluations to perform. The algorithm takes into account 131 data points that include a person's demographic characteristics, metabolic health and lifestyle.
GenoPalate's nutritional advice and grocery list instruct customers to purchase mostly fresh fruits and vegetables. She admits that concept isn't revolutionary. GenoPalate does not sell or promote dietary supplements.
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