DNA Guides Nutrition

Our genetic analysis uncovers 52 gene variants scientifically proven by 150+ studies to directly impact your nutrient requirements. We combine this information with your lifestyle and blood testing for a data-driven breakdown of your unique nutrient needs.

Our research reveals that - on average - if you take 20 different vitamins and minerals:

- One will be harmful
- Two will have no effect
- The rest will be incorrectly dosed

Mass-market vitamins are designed to fit everyone. Instead, they fit no one! This is because every person is unique. From genetics to current nutrient blood levels to lifestyle habits and behaviors, no two people need the same doses and forms of vitamins or minerals.

Industry-Leading Tech

To truly personalize vitamins we need a complete picture of what is happening inside and outside of your body. The data points we use are lifestyle (e.g. age, weight, diet), blood levels (current nutrient status), and DNA (inherited nutrient needs). While incredibly powerful on their own, its the combination of these data points that provides truly actionable information.

An Example...

For example, imagine that you take CoQ10 and your blood test shows that your CoQ10 levels are great. You think, “Nice!” but unbeknownst to you, a NQO1 gene variant in your DNA severely limits your ability to convert CoQ10 into its active form. Even though your CoQ10 levels are high, you are not efficiently converting it into its active form. DNA analysis provides this vital context, revealing that CoQ10 is not a good supplement for you.

Nutrients That Matter

Our team of leading biotechnologists and medical experts analyze the latest scientific papers and incorporate the information into your vitamin packs.

In fact, we only use vitamins and minerals that have – at minimum – three scientific papers showing significant nutrigenomic interactions in humans.

Introducing Microbeads!

After 3 years of research and development, our team at Europe’s leading medical genetics and nutrients laboratory developed the industry's premier nutrient delivery system. Rootine’s slow-release microbeads provide precision dosing (to the microgram) and optimal nutrient delivery.

We use sustainable manufacturing practices at our ISO-9001 certified facility, follow FDA manufacturing guidelines, never exceed nutrient RDAs, triple-check for quality, and never use artificial colors or unnatural fillers.

Always Keep Learning

Listen to Rootine's co-founder Dr. Daniel Wallerstorfer PhD discuss how DNA impacts nutrient needs, including specifics about the APOA1 gene and omega-3s, the GPX1 gene and selenium intake, the VDR gene and vitamin D requirements, and so much more.