NutriGen Nutrigenomic advice
Professional nutrigenomic advice.
Customize your diet
The regulation of body weight is complex and dependent on several factors. Overweight and obesity may increase the risk of many health problems, including diabetes, heart disease, and certain types of cancer.
- The most complete nutrigenetic analysis in the market
384 genetic variations related to weight loss, response to exercise, intolerances and nutrients metabolism, among others, are analyzed.
- An exclusive tool for healthcare professionals
Fagron NutriGen™ is a unique tool that unravels the patient’s nutrition metabolism, only available to the patient via healthcare professionals.
- Personalized diet plan
A suggested personalized diet plan is generated by a complex algorithm, from more than 850 foods.
- State-of-the-art technology
Genetic test based on DNA micro-array technology. More than 99% of reproducibility and sensibility.
What NutriGen™ analyzes
- Genetic causes of overweight and obesity
- Macro nutrients metabolism
- Influence of physical exercise
- Inflammation genetic profile
- Intolerances/ sensitivities
- Detox capability
Factors that can promote weight gain
- Energy intake
- Physical activity
- Type of diet
Who is it for
Fagron NutriGen™ can be used by everyone who:
- Wants to understand how their genetics affect their body weight.
- Would like to have the optimal diet plan according to their body characteristics.
Fully personalized diet plan
You will receive a diet plan exclusively designed to help you reach your target.
Genetic factors explanation
By analyzing 384 genetic variations, you will receive a complete report that will help you understand your body better and how to provide it with the nutrients it really needs.
Specialist supportYour nutritionist will now have a deeper understanding of your genetic characteristics and how they relate to your body weight.
Once in a lifetime test
Your genetic results will not change during your life.
NutriGenTM Categories analyzed
Morphological genetics in overweight predisposition
Genetic predisposition to overweight
Rebound weight gain
Risk of increased BMI
Slow basal metabolism
Behaivoural genetics in food intake
Appetite and anxiety risk
Efficacy of exercise
Benefits from endurance exercise for improving HDL levels
Exercise to reduce body fat
Fat burning capacity
Saturated fat impact risk
Response to monosunsaturated fats MUFAs
Response to polyunsaturated fats PUFAs
Response to fat intake to improve the HDL levels
Capacity to digest starchy food
Carbohydrates and HDL
Carbohydrates and LDL levels
HDL levels (good cholesterol)
Increased levels of triglycerides
Increased oxidation of LDL
Increased risk of elevated colesterol LDL levels
Increased risk of Glucose levels in plasma
Risk of diabetes type II
Bitter taste sensitivity
Phase I Detoxification
Phase II – Toxicity protection barrier