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Through data collected from the patient's DNA, the genetic profile is carried out, which makes it possible to understand how the organism works and, from this information, to understand in a broadly individualized way:

- Food needs and their interrelationships;

- Data on metabolism and absorption of nutrients;

- Food Allergies and Intolerances;

- Pre-existing diseases, Dysbiosis;

- Better follow-up for longevity strategies;

- Problems with satiety and hyperphagia;

- Obesity and Weight Loss - assessment of increased predisposition to regain lost weight (accordion effect);

- Risks of various pathologies, among others.

Aid in Prevention and Treatment

Microbiome and Its Importance


Microbiome assessment and the gut-brain axis

Dysbiosis is the imbalance of intestinal bacteria and is related to immune, metabolic, neurological, nutritional and structural dysfunctions. Correction of dysbiosis promotes important clinical improvements in patients with:

  • diabetes

  • autism

  • obesity

  • depression

  • autoimmune diseases

  • neurodegenerative diseases and others.

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