Nutritional Genetic Testing From Nutrigenomix
Eat According to Your Genes
“Eat according to your genes!” This idea fascinates me.
That’s why I partnered with Nutrigenomix, a leader company in the field of nutritional genetics that tests and analyzes your own DNA data to provide you with individualized results of your genes and nutrients.
As an evidence-based testing that provides you with individualized data on your genes interacting with nutrients!
You’ll get results on how different nutrients affect your genes and vice-versa.
For Plant-Based Eating
What are the Steps to Nutritional Genetics Testing?
- You express your interest in nutrigenomics testing with Noura.
- Noura signs you up with Nutrigenomix.
- You receive the testing kit by mail.
- You do a cheek swap and send the sample to Nutrigenomix.
- Nutrigenomix receives your sample and analyzes your 70 genes data.
- Nutrigenomix sends your personalized report and analysis to Noura.
- Noura interprets the results with you and together you discuss a plan of action.
- Noura helps you develop a meal plan and long term success strategies.
The Genetic Test and a Session with Noura
The Genetic Test and 2 sessions with Noura
If you think this program is something you’re interested in, click below to book a free discovery call with Noura to find out if you’re a good fit and to ask any questions you have.
What is the difference between a Registered Dietitian and a Nutritionist?
While every dietitian is a nutritionist, not every nutritionist is a dietitian. While anyone can call themselves a nutritionist, not anyone can call themselves a dietitian, except for having the following:
1) completing at least four years of a university degree in food, nutrition, or related field or equivalent.
2) Completing a year of practicum or internship that can be combined by a Master’s degree or not..
3) Writing and passing the Canadian Dietetic Registration Exam (CDRE), which is mostly a competency-based applied cases exam.
In Canada, dietitians are regulated by Colleges and Associations. In Ontario, dietitians are regulated by the College of Dietitians of Ontario.
Dietitians follow standards of practice and code of ethics. We are also accountable to continuing learning and competency.
Do you do direct billing to insurance?
No. I provide you with a detailed invoice to submit to your insurance provider if you have dietitian’s services covered.
Do you offer meal plans?
Yes, or I offer meal ideas instead based on your preferences.
Do you work with people outside of Ontario?
That depends on the regulations in the province you reside in outside of Ontario.
Do you have a physical office?
No. I only have a virtual practice, which is convenient for both of us.
Do you offer one off sessions?
Yes. I do. While you see better results when working with me in a program, I still offer one off session based on your preference.
Do you see people without PCOS, diabetes, or hypothyroidism?
Yes. I always go with you on a free discovery call first to find out if we are a good fit to work together. You can book a discovery call here.
Do I need a doctor’s referral to work with you?
No. I don’t need a doctor’s referral from you, except if that was a requirement by your insurance provider.