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Eurogenetica Panels

Our three main panels cover nutrition, exercise and skin & healthy ageing. They can be used as they are, or they can be modified to your own design - as we have done with many companies (e.g. DNAfit; Sorgente Genetica; Gianluca Mech SpA, DNAsolutions, and more...). Sample reports are available to download.



NutriGENE+ NutriGENE will give you your results and all you need to know about how to make useful modifications to your diet and lifestyle in order to benefit your health and wellbeing.  You should read the report carefully and also discuss it with your nutritionist who will be able to help you to plan the recommended changes. Includes Lactose Intolerance, Gluten sensitivity, Micro- and Macro nutrients requirements, long-term weight management.



Two classic studies published more than a decade apart - similar results:

Arkadianos et al (2007), Improved weight management using genetic information to personalize a calorie controlled diet. Nutrition Journal volume 6, Article number: 29 (2007)

Vranceanu et al (2020), A comparison of a ketogenic diet with a LowGI/nutrigenetic diet over 6 months for weight loss and 18-month follow-up. BMC Nutrition volume 6, Article number: 53 (2020)


EuroFIT: EuroFIT will make recommendations based on how your body builds muscles, recovers from exercise, and utilizes nutrients according to natural variations in your personal genetic code. By understanding how your genetic profile affects your well-being and fitness potential, EuroFIT will help you take charge of optimizing your physical fitness and conditioning by specifying nutritional and lifestyle options related to your genetic profile.



Based on your DNA analysis EuroFIT offers personal advice and recommendations based on the following areas related to fitness and training:

  • Endurance / Power profile

  • Aerobic potential (VO2 max)

  • Cardiofitness

  • Post-Exercise Recovery

  • Injury risk

  • Body composition

  • Nutrition

Study: Jones et al (2016), A genetic-based algorithm for personalized resistance training. Biol Sport 2016 Jun;33(2):117-26.


SkinAgeing: “Your skin reflects your inner health – in fact the appearance of your skin comes mostly from processes inside the body”

The skin is the largest organ of the body. The Skin Healthy Ageing DNA analysis: The appearance, elasticity and ageing of skin is affected by both genes and environment and the way that they interact. Environmental features include diet, lifestyle, physical activity, sun exposure, etc. We also all have common genetic variants that affect processes important to our skin health however because genes do not act alone, by making suitable changes in diet, lifestyle, etc. we can exert some control over our apparent genetic destiny – with simple adjustments to our lives we can make significant improvements in our long term skin health, and even reduce / reverse effects of ageing that have already appeared.



Areas covered by this test:


  • Skin structure and ageing

  • Oxidative Stress, Detoxification & Inflammation

  • Advanced glycation end products (AGEs)

  • Vascular tone & water retention

Skin health, blood & lymph circulation and conditions such as cellulite are interlinked at several levels. They involve complex processes that include microcirculation, local fat accumulation, hormonal factors, altered matrix metabolism, oxidative stress, inflammatory changes, and alterations in lymphatic drainage.


The panel provides information about the potential effect of your individual genetic variation on your overall skin health and well-being. Since we focus especially on research regarding  gene x environment interactions the genetic information leads to specific personal modifications to your diet and lifestyle which can help with healthy skin ageing and prevent or combat processes such as cellulite, water retention, etc.

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