How the genes influence the nutrient requirements
The genes not only have a considerable influence on the required amount of macronutrients but also the individual micronutrient requirements. A well-founded recommendation that is just right for one person can possibly lead to a deficiency or oversupply in another person.
For a needs-based supply of micronutrients such as minerals and trace elements, it is therefore essential to take relevant genetic factors into account in the composition of a vitamin preparation. There is no such thing as a balanced dietary supplement for everyone.
For this reason, we analyze more than 50 genes for our nutritional supplement NutriMe Complete, which, according to studies, have an influence on the metabolism of micronutrients and thus play a role in the need for nutrients.