Do you or your family have a history of diabetes, heart disease, weight management issues, depression, osteoporosis or other chronic illnesses? There is a high probability that you have inherited some of these conditions.
So can you change your genetic destiny?
The answer is YES!
With the right nutrition and lifestyle, chronic diseases can be prevented, and we'll show you how.
How do you know if what you've been eating is the best diet for you? Have you ever wondered why diets such as keto, mediterranean, vegan, Atkins and others, don’t work for everyone?
Every individual is genetically and biochemically unique. It essentially means that nutrition and diet should be personalized on an individual basis.
The typical recommended dietary allowance (RDA) is to avoid deficiency in an average person and not for optimal nutrition. We offer you a better and personalised approach based on nutrigenomics.
Food is full of information signals. They can have a beneficial, neutral or a detrimental effect on your body depending upon your unique genetic makeup.
What Gini Does:
- Breaks down your complex health-nutrition-gene relationships
- Functions as a guide for your micro or macronutrient needs
- Helps you identify the best food sources optimal for your specific genetic profile.
- Coaches you and your family to meet your unique health goals
All health reports are classified based on hard data from ongoing research and the service is designed with a privacy-first mindset.
Discover how your health risks are connected to genes and nutrition.
A very fresh and innovative approach to look at genes, nutrition and health together in one place. Learn about risks, associated genes and nutrigenetic factors.
A snapshot of your DNA based nutritional needs.
An accurate guide for all of your micro or macronutrient needs - backed by peer-reviewed research.
Your own personalized food nutrition label.
A revolutionary feature, Gini lens shows you the best and the worst foods that you can consume tailored for your DNA. This includes smart lists that builds custom lists of food that is best for your genetic profile.
A food + habit coach tailored for you.
Be it loosing weight or training for a marathon, we’ll manage the planning for you while keeping it fun and interesting. Stay on top of your health goals easily.
The science of nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics is evolving at a fast pace. With cheaper testing and better accessibility to test results in a short period of time, more researchers are turning to DNA and genetic data.
Researchers are beginning to identify common Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that affect vitamin metabolism. These advancements allow us to optimize the requirements for specific vitamins and nutrients for different individuals, which in turn plays an important role in food selection. As research is still evolving, we will provide you an account on current studies and research to tell you how accurate science is for a given recommendation. The relationship between genotype and nutrients can be classified one of four ways:
- Insufficient Data
These classifications will be shown in future Gini releases to advise users on the stage of research each recommendation and story is currently at. Gini health aims to keep users informed about the latest research relevant to the individual. Keeping up with the latest DNA based research is the best way we have currently, to create and follow an individually optimized diet. The information we are able to access and use for this purpose will continue to get better as more research is completed. It's a good time to be part of this ongoing growth in research and we’re excited to start making the science better.
Epigenetics at its core is how changes in our gene activity can occur without changing the actual DNA.
It is simply a complex interaction that plays out on daily basis between the genes you are born with, the actions you take and your environment. These are heritable changes that do not impact gene sequence. If genetics is the hardware, then the software layer is epigenetics, controlling the expression of genes.
You hold the power of a programmer and can influence epigenetics in many ways. Each decision you make essentially changes the expression of your genes, and some of these changes are long term. In a way, you are the master of your genetic destiny. By influencing epigenetic factors, and thus gene expressions, you can change your disease risk. This allows you to enhance and realize your maximum health potential, in turn helping you to live a long and healthy life. Just by realizing your own peak epigenetic performance, you are playing a part in strengthening human evolution.
At the current pace, over 1B people will have their genetic data in the next 4 years.
- No Data Sharing or Data Selling policy : We don’t share or sell to any third party including insurance companies and employers.
- Privacy By Design: This is the widely used privacy framework used by GDPR and many other data privacy regulations. This framework is designed by Dr. Ann Cavoukian, our privacy advisor and mentor. We take the proactive approach to privacy rather than reactive. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Privacy_by_design
- De Identification: We separate your personal information like name, credit card etc from your DNA data in our systems. That makes it difficult for hackers to access and make sense of data.
- Encryption: We use security and encryption principles to proactively secure data at all stages of experience.
Our competition’s ancestry and health reports are for one time use. We are focused on the improving the holistic health of your whole family on an ongoing basis.
Our website: https://ginihealth.com/
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Risks and challenges
Shipping Risk: There is always an element of uncertainty when it comes to shipping a product, especially when it comes to international shipping. There might be unforeseen delays due to either postal strikes or customs holding up the package.
Supply chain risk: While we can plan for small changes in demand, big changes are harder to predict. If we see a huge surge in orders, there may be temporary delays in meeting demand as we need to print more boxes, procure sample collection kits and delays in DNA sequencing.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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