Know genetic predispositions towards achieving optimum nutrition along with your actual nutrient values.
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The Vibrant NutriPro Panel is a test to measure various genetic mutations present in an individual’s body to gauge the scope of genetic predispositions an individual might have towards achieving optimum nutrition. Alongside this, the actual nutrient values are measured in serum, RBC and WBC, as appropriate.
The NutriPro reveals your genetic predispositions affecting nutrient absorption, the conversion of nutrients to forms absorbable by the body, as well as actual nutrient levels measured across serum (extracellular – most recent nutritional status) and RBC, WBC (intracellular – nutritional status over a longer window).
Symptoms and risk factors
- Mood swings (rapid changes)
- Fatigue (sluggish, tired)
- Stomach pains/cramps
- Irregular heartbeat
- Joint pains
- Rashes or hives
- Shortness of breath
- Bloating sensation
- Swelling/burning lips/tongue
- Lack of concentration/Brain fog
- Stiff joints
- Canker sores
Is this test right for me?
The NutriPro panel is a simple and quick test that can help you identify any nutrient deficiencies, which are underlying conditions for many different types of clinical diseases, and the genetic reasons why it’s difficult for your to absorb that nutrient or convert it into a useable form. Knowing how your genes impact your nutrition can be a huge motivator for making dietary and lifestyle changes, essentially making it easier to eat well and be well!
How accurate is this test?
The Vibrant NutriPro test analyzes whether or not there are mutations for the gene being tested and also identifies the direct levels of extracellular and intracellular micronutrients using mass spectrometry technology to determine a person’s nutritional status. The test is highly accurate and reproducible due to its strict standards.
How should I prepare for this test?
To prepare for the NutriPro test, fasting is not required. Before NutriPro testing, some providers may ask you to stop taking certain supplements. You should talk to your ordering provider about whether you can eat anything, take any medications, or use dietary supplements before the test.