Children’s Weight Loss DNA Testing

One third of children are overweight or obese, and this number is continuing to rise. Children have fewer weight-related health and medical problems than adults. However, overweight children are at high risk of becoming overweight than adolescents and adults, placing them at risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes later in life. They are also more prone to develop stress, sadness, and low self-esteem.

Children weight loss DNA Test will help you discover 43 genetic traits related to your child diet, eating behaviors, nutritional needs and more. The genes in our DNA help control virtually every aspect of our nutrition, from how we feel when we eat, to how we process and metabolize the nutrients and vitamins we consume. It will help to make diet decisions that positively match your child’s body type and improve his/her weight loss chances.

Healthier diet:

Here you can see your child’s genetic predisposition to certain foods, and what types of diets are the most advisable for him/her, depending on their genetic code.

Vitamins and Minerals:

We will analyse the genes that affect several vitamins and minerals, and child’s metabolism, so that you know which food they should eat more and which less.


Know about the child’s cholesterol or triglycerides levels predisposition. Understand why his/her body may react differently than others to some of the key metabolic markers.

Your Senses:

Some genes will give us some curiosities like the possible ability to feel certain flavors with more intensity or if someone is prone to sweet or pecking. We will also look at the genes that can influence the effects of caffeine and more.

Weight Loss Tendency:

We will see the genes that influence weight diet effectiveness. Some genes affect the tendency to gain weight, the difficulty of being satisfied and the desire to eat. The most effective diet is not the same for everyone, and the answer may be in our genes. Your child’s genetic information can be your best ally when planning your menu and achieve your goals.

DNA results reflect the genetic predisposition for certain aspects that affect metabolism, weight tendency, eating behavior, food intolerance and exercise that fit the genetic makeup. There are certain genes that have the potential to impact how we perceive and desire particular foods, and influence our eating behaviors, such as excessive snacking and difficulty feeling full.Receive personalized recommendations and suggestions based on your results. The right diet does matter!

Our genetic analysis is a transparent and straightforward report on the predispositions that your child’s genes tell us.

Waiting and doing nothing is not a option, it’s a serious matter and better you start as early as possible. Obesity and over weight is very unhealthy for your child and can have serious consequences.