CASE STUDY: How DNALife Health Tests Inspired Positive Changes to Lifestyle Habits
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Biohacking comes in many forms. The three most popular types are nutrigenomics, DIY biology, and grinder.
Nutrigenomics focuses on how the food you eat interacts with your genes.
This popular, although controversial, type of biohacking is founded on the idea that your body’s total genetic expression can be mapped out and optimized by testing
Nutrigenomics also looks at how different nutrients affect how you feel, think, and behave.
Does biohacking actually alter your biology? Yes and no.
Does nutrigenomics work?
Nutrigenomics may “hack” your biology in several ways, such as:
- decreasing your
risk of developing a diseaseTrusted Sourcethat you’re genetically predisposed to
- helping you achieve physical, mental, or emotional changes, such as losing weight or reducing
depression symptomsTrusted Source
- helping optimize a bodily function, such as your
blood pressureTrusted Sourceor gut bacteriaTrusted Source
Food does impact your genes. But not everyone’s bodies respond in the same way to changes in diet or habits.
A 2015 review of current nutrigenomics research suggests that minor gene expression changes are only one piece of the larger puzzle. Other factors like exercise, stress levels, and weight all play a role in your body’s response to food.