Ukrainian startup advises people using their DNA test results
DNA Lifestyle Coach gives recommendations for sport, diets and self-care
New project named DNA Lifestyle Coach was created by Ukrainian scientist Olexander Savsunenko. It is a system of tips and advices for diets, sport, self-care and other aspects of human life. New startup gives lifestyle recommendations based on DNA data.
"What is useful and good for someone - a significant part of this information is in the DNA. There are scientific publications, which clearly show that diet written by genotype, helps to lose weight by 2-3 times faster than the diet chosen randomly. After analyzing hundreds of publications in recent years, we have cataloged these genes that may contribute to our lifestyle choice. And we have filed a patent for this technology” – said the DNA Lifestyle Coach founder Olexander Savsunenko.
The system includes tips on diets, sport, skin and teeth care, stress management and taking pills. In order to get a set of recommendations, users need to provide results of their DNA tests.
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