Vivaliti DNA for athletic performance

Why use a genetically based fitness plan? By accessing your individual genetic blueprint, you can gain insight that allows you to take preventive action and make proactive decisions about your health and fitness.

Your genetics determine how your body responds to exercise, how it processes the nutrients in your food, where you may be at risk of vitamin deficiencies — even why you make some of the food choices you do. Equipped with this information, you can harness the power of your genetics to make informed decisions regarding your diet, exercise, and overall lifestyle, so that you can perform at your best.

Vivaliti DNA tests 80 different genetic traits to give you a complete blueprint of what your body needs to reach and maintain optimum health and performance levels. The test is conducted using an easy cheek swab, which you can do at home and mail back to us. You'll receive your results and a complete DNA blueprint in just 2-4 weeks. With actionable recommendations included with your results, your interactive health portal, and access to your Vivaliti Health Coach, you’ll have a solid plan for achieving powerful, game-changing results.

What does the test measure?

Vivaliti DNA measures different genetic traits related to your eating behaviors, ideal matching diet type, risks of vitamin deficiencies, and other important factors that allow us to develop the best health and fitness blueprint for your body.

Enhanced muscle power
Fast metabolism
Risk of vitamin A deficiency

Learn how your body responds to various macronutrients. Your results will reveal your ideal matching diet type and provide personalized information about various diet-related factors.

Genetic risk for decreased omega-6 and omega-3
Matching diet type
Response to monounsaturated fats
Response to polyunsaturated fats

Knowing if you’re predisposed to certain eating behaviors can help you set specific, realistic health and wellness goals.

Eating disinhibition: the inability to resist tempting food
Food desire: how much effort you are willing to put into obtaining your favorite foods
Satiety: feeling full after eating
Snacking: can be a healthy or unhealthy behavior depending on the foods you choose
Sweet tooth: the tendency to eat more sweets throughout the day than the general population

Vivaliti DNA may help you identify factors that influence your food preferences, as well as why you react to certain foods and substances in different ways. Specifically, our test will provide personalized information on these food reactions:

Alcohol flush
Bitter taste
Caffeine metabolism
Lactose intolerance
Sweet taste

Our test reveals how your body responds to exercise, so that you can focus on areas where you are most likely to see positive results.

Endurance training
Strength training
HDL cholesterol response to exercise
Insulin sensitivity response to exercise
Loss of body fat response to exercise
Aerobic capacity (VO2max)
Blood pressure response to exercise
BMI response to exercise
Achilles tendinopathy

Learn if you have a genetic predisposition to obesity, how likely you are to regain weight after weight loss, your ideal diet type, and other personalized information about weight-related factors.

Genetic risk for decreased adiponectin
Weight loss – regain

Gain insight into metabolic-related health factors such as:

Genetic risk for decreased HDL cholesterol
Genetic risk for elevated LDL cholesterol
Genetic risk for elevated triglycerides
Genetic risk for elevated blood sugar

Certain genetic traits may put you at risk of vitamin deficiencies. Your report will show you which foods to include in your diet for optimum nutrient intake, and when you may want to use supplements.

Genetic risk for decreased vitamin A
Genetic risk due to decreased vitamin B2
Genetic risk for decreased vitamin B6
Genetic risk for decreased vitamin B12
Genetic risk for decreased vitamin C
Genetic risk for decreased vitamin D
Genetic risk for increased vitamin E
Genetic risk for decreased folate

Learn how Vivaliti DNA can help with more health and fitness goals

Weight Loss

Healthy Aging

Fitness & Well-Being

Disease Management