DNA Nutrition Test
Reveal your body’s diet, exercise & lifestyle preferences according to your DNA. Access to 40+ in-depth reports and personalised advice from a qualified nutritionist.
See how your DNA affects each area of your health to help you make the best choices for your body.
What you'll get
You’ll get a full break down of each genetic trait with specific dietary, fitness and lifestyle advice so you can make the most of what nature gave you.
To help you reach your health goals, each report comes with personalised recommendations from our team of in-house nutrition experts, helping you to make smarter and more informed choices when it comes to your diet and lifestyle.
Head of Nutrition
Dr Monika Mozere
How it works
1. Order your DNA Nutrition Test
Your kit will be sent in letterbox-friendly packaging and will typically arrive within 3-5 days.
2. Take your saliva sample
Use the swab to take a saliva sample from inside your cheek then send it back in the prepaid post bag.
3. Results in just 2-3 weeks
You’ll get reports on 40+ genes alongside personalised dietary & lifestyle recommendations from a qualified nutritionist.
For more information, check the instructions booklet here.
Don’t just take our word for it
“Easy to collect and send off the sample with clear instructions on how to do it. The thorough and detailed results were hugely helpful. Really useful and insightful way to shape your nutrition and health tailored specifically to you.”
“The Vitl DNA test kit brought my attention to other aspects of my health and fitness I’d never even considered and has helped to take control of different variables within my life for better results.”
“I think it’s super. You get sent a little package, you swab your cheek and send it back, it’s that simple. You find out how likely you are to be low in vitamins, I think this is just so useful to know. Really thorough and so useful.”
We are committed to ensuring you have absolute control over your personal information, which is why we adhere to the highest security standards and use the latest encryption technology so you never have to worry about your data.
Still have questions?
These are things people frequently ask about the DNA Nutrition Test.
If you don’t see your question then please get in touch here.
How will understanding my DNA help me to live life better?
How long do I have to wait for my results?
How often should I take the test?
Can I use my DNA results to personalise my vitamins?
Why choose Vitl?
Personalised health plan: As industry-leading experts in the field of personalised nutrition, we know that your results are only useful if you understand what you can do with them. So not only will you get a breakdown of your genetic traits, you’ll also get personalised recommendations and actionable insights based on your results from our qualified in-house experts.
Integrated solution: We’re the first company in the world to enable the integration of your DNA results alongside blood test results and dietary and lifestyle information. Supplement recommendations cannot be made on DNA information alone, but taken alongside your current blood vitamin levels and diet, we’re able to tailor-make vitamins based on your needs to ensure you’re getting only what your body really needs.
Reliable results: The genetic traits we cover in your report go through a rigorous selection process to ensure they’re based on the most credible science. Whilst other brands may test for a larger number of less well-researched traits, we believe in quality over quantity, which is why only cover traits based on the strongest, peer-reviewed evidence to ensure you’re getting the most reliable results.
What won’t be covered in my DNA report?
Disease risk: There will be no scary surprises in your DNA health report. Instead, we’ll focus on the genetic traits directly related to daily wellbeing to enable you to make the healthiest choices day-to-day, which we believe will have the greatest benefit to you in the long term.
Current blood vitamin levels: Your DNA report will show if you have a predisposition to being unable to absorb certain vitamins efficiently. This can indicate which vitamin levels are likely to be low, however, vitamin levels are affected by many factors, such as diet, sunlight exposure and level of physical activity. To find out your current vitamin level status, see our Vitamin & Cholesterol Blood Test here.