Osteoporosis represents the most frequent metabolic disease of the skeleton, characterized by reduced bone mass and altered microarchitecture. Genetic factors are represented by a group of genes that regulate traits related to the development of the disease, such as bone mass and microarchitecture. Environmental factors include dietary habits (calcium and vitamin D intake), alcohol, tobacco and coffee consumption, physical activity, and taking medications that interfere with phospho-calcium metabolism.
Method of collection: SALIVA
The personalized diet based on genetic data resulting from the Bone Health test allows you to establish the quantity and quality of nutrients to improve the metabolism of nutrients related to the correct development of bone architecture and decrease susceptibility to bone fractures.
Genetic testing is useful for anyone who wants to prevent the aging of bone structure by counteracting, with proper lifestyle and diet, the processes of bone density reduction.