If you aren't eating, training & recovering according to your genes, you may be sabotaging your sports performance & physique goals!!

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  • Comprehensive genetic test consisting of 45 genetic markers
  • DNA ccollected simply by saliva - No needles, no pain or blood tests involved! (See bottom of page)
  • ASADA approved - Gain a LEGAL competitive advantage!
  • 25 page report - click here to get a sample report
  • Complimentary 60min phone/skype consultation - with a sports scientist
  • Unleash Your Genetic Potential! Eat smarter, Train harder, Recover faster
  • Learn how your genes can affect:

- Recovery
- Injury risk
- Motivation
- Metabolism
- Mental focus
- Eating habits
- Pain tolerance
- Aerobic capacity
- Food intolerances
- Body composition
- Nutrient requirements
- Exercise performance

  • Developed by world-renowned researchers
  • Genetic tests are based on the most robust scientific evidence
  • Once in a lifetime cost
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How will the test benefit me?

Armed with information that is specific to your genetic profile, Coach will be able to discuss with you the best dietary plan to help you meet your nutrition and fitness goals. Adhering to those recommendations will enable you to optimize your nutritional status and prevent nutrition-related chronic diseases. Our specific sport and fitness test can help you to enhance your performance while decreasing your risk for injury.

How accurate is it?



What does a testing kit look like? (Actual kit)

How long does the test take to conduct?

Approximately 30 seconds

  1. Dribble into the funnel until you reach the black line
  2. Close funnel (Releases a stabilising solution)
  3. Swap lids
  4. Place in bio-specimen bag (Suppled)
  5. Return to lab (Reply paid postage envelope include)

That's it!

What is nutrigenomics?

Nutrigenomics is a new scientific discipline that uses modern genomics technology to study the relationship between genes, nutrition and health. It has long been apparent that some people respond differently from others to certain foods. For example, individuals with lactose intolerance experience gastrointestinal discomfort after consuming certain dairy products, while other individuals can consume dairy with no problems. Nutrigenomics allows us to understand how our genes affect the way we respond to the foods, beverages and supplements we consume.

Where's your evidence? Any scientific publications? (All will open as PDF where possible)

El-Sohemy, A., Cornelis, M.C., Kabagambe, E.K. and Campos, H., 2007. Coffee, CYP1A2 genotype and risk of myocardial infarction. Genes & nutrition, 2(1), pp.155-156.

Ferguson, J.F., Phillips, C.M., McMonagle, J., Pérez-Martínez, P., Shaw, D.I., Lovegrove, J.A., Helal, O., Defoort, C., Gjelstad, I.M., Drevon, C.A. and Blaak, E.E., 2010. NOS3 gene polymorphisms are associated with risk markers of cardiovascular disease, and interact with omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Atherosclerosis, 211(2), pp.539-544.

Corella, D., Peloso, G., Arnett, D.K., Demissie, S., Cupples, L.A., Tucker, K., Lai, C.Q., Parnell, L.D., Coltell, O., Lee, Y.C. and Ordovas, J.M., 2009. APOA2, dietary fat, and body mass index: replication of a gene-diet interaction in 3 independent populations. Archives of internal medicine, 169(20), pp.1897-1906.

Poch, E., González, D., Giner, V., Bragulat, E., Coca, A. and de la Sierra, A., 2001. Molecular basis of salt sensitivity in human hypertension evaluation of renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system gene polymorphisms. Hypertension, 38(5), pp.1204-1209.

Cornelis, M.C., Qi, L., Kraft, P. and Hu, F.B., 2009. TCF7L2, dietary carbohydrate, and risk of type 2 diabetes in US women. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 89(4), pp.1256-1262.

Stutzmann, F., Cauchi, S., Durand, E., Calvacanti-Proenca, C., Pigeyre, M., Hartikainen, A.L., Sovio, U., Tichet, J., Marre, M., Weill, J. and Balkau, B., 2009. Common genetic variation near MC4R is associated with eating behaviour patterns in European populations. International journal of obesity, 33(3), pp.373-378. 

Melis, M., Sollai, G., Muroni, P., Crnjar, R. and Tomassini Barbarossa, I., 2015. Associations between orosensory perception of oleic acid, the common single nucleotide polymorphisms (rs1761667 and rs1527483) in the CD36 gene, and 6-n-propylthiouracil (PROP) tasting. Nutrients, 7(3), pp.2068-2084.

Mandel, A.L. and Breslin, P.A., 2012. High endogenous salivary amylase activity is associated with improved glycemic homeostasis following starch ingestion in adults. The Journal of nutrition, 142(5), pp.853-858.

Eny, K.M., Wolever, T.M., Fontaine-Bisson, B. and El-Sohemy, A., 2008. Genetic variant in the glucose transporter type 2 is associated with higher intakes of sugars in two distinct populations. Physiological genomics, 33(3), pp.355-360.

Sydney Morning Herald: Can DNA guide your diet?

Who will have access to my test results?

Only Coach will be able to access your genetic test results. Your DNA kit is marked with a unique barcode, which is what we will use at our facilities to analyze your sample. Only Coach will be able to link your kit's barcode to your personal information. All genetic data is sent through a secure 256-bit encryption server.

What happens to my DNA sample?

Your sample will be stored in our secure, controlled-access facilities and labeled only with your unique barcode, which only your healthcare professional will know belongs to you. As new discoveries in the field of nutrigenomics are made, additional information may be added to our test reports and new panels with additional cutting-edge information could be available to you.

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