DNA din­ing break­throughs

The National - News - - ARTS & LIFESTYLE -

Per­son­alised meals based on your blood type and/or DNA: is this the fu­ture of healthy din­ing? A com­pany called Thriva cer­tainly thinks so. It of­fers a ser­vice that analy­ses peo­ple’s blood biomark­ers and then pro­vides a be­spoke re­port and GP rec­om­men­da­tions on how to im­prove your life­style. Last year it teamed up with Vi­taMojo, a restau­rant and soft­ware com­pany, to al­low din­ers in Lon­don-based restau­rants to de­sign their per­fect meal based on their spe­cific nutri­tional needs. At the same time, com­pa­nies such as 23andMe use DNA test­ing to cre­ate per­son­alised, ge­net­i­cally guided meal and train­ing plans. We think this could take off in a big way. Check out www.dnafit. com/ae for more.

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