Genopalate Reviews – Dr. Sherry Zhang, Dr. Paul Auer, and nutritionist Matt Edwards founded GenoPalate in 2016 as a way to help people understand nutritional science based on their personal genetic knowledge. Following that, the company offers dietary advice and recipes focused on molecular biology and nutritional science.
Stable DATA: GenoPalate stores the genetic information in a secure database and does not sell it to anyone. We will not use your information for any research purposes without first obtaining your permission.
4 to 6 weeks
GenoPalate uses a third-party lab to test DNA. In 4-6 weeks, the results of these DNA tests will be visible. Customers obtain their DNA report via an online account after uploading their raw data or taking the GenoPalate test.
It is useful to know which foods are good for me, but I want to know which ones to avoid and which are neutral and they do not list those. So there is room for improvement there.
Also, I have had two previous DNA tests (pertaining to diet) and they both came up with the same results. However GenoPalate’s results differ from theirs.
he host did a great job, but I have questions — as did other participants — about how advice is rendered by GenoPalate. I just read an article today about the Dirty Dozen, for example, with strawberries being rated as the worst offender of all of the fruits and vegetables of carrying pesticides. Even though that is the case, GenoPalate still recommends it as the BEST in my particular case. IMO, the fact that strawberries (in this example) is one of the worst offenders should enter your algorithm and render it less than the best. At the very least, put an asterisk by it and alert the consumer (me!) that even though strawberries are good for me, the way they arrive on the grocery store shelves has been widely shown to be BAD for me. This is a gaping hole in your recommendation list and potentially exposes your customers to bad health impacts — and I know you are striving to do the opposite. Also, the host was showcasing your app for iPhone while she was demonstrating the report, but my app would constantly throw up a screen which I was unable to X out of, thus causing me to have to get out of the app numerous times, sign in again, and navigate to where I was. It was distracting and I’m sure others are experiencing it too. Just wanted to bring it to your attention.