Media Coverage on Nutrigenomix

Test Your Genes to Find Your Best Diet

August 29, 2016

  To find your best diet, a handful of companies and clinics offer nutritional genetic testing, aimed at revealing what nutrients you may be missing and if you’re drinking too much coffee. Read more: Download: PDF (362 KB) Watch the video:

Will caffeine make you a better athlete? That depends on your DNA

Does a cup of coffee really make you stronger and faster? That may depend on your genes, according to surprising new data presented at a conference earlier this summer by researchers at the University of Toronto. Read more:…

For Coffee Drinkers, the Buzz May Be in Your Genes

  Why is there so much conflicting evidence about coffee? The answer may be in our genes. Read more:…

Diet by DNA

  As the emerging field of nutrigenomics grows, more and more athletes are looking to personalize their diets for performance gains. Read more:…

Test shows how your genes respond to certain foods and drinks

  A new saliva test can tell you how seven of your particular genes affect how you respond to certain foods and drinks. Read more:…

DNA test helps people understand how genetic profile interacts with food

  The way humans metabolize food is unique to every person and some foods, consumed by many on a daily basis, may be putting you at a higher risk for developing serious health conditions. A new, simple DNA test may help change that. Read more:…

Toronto Star: Get a celiac test before giving up gluten

  Researchers can’t find evidence of gluten sensitivity in people’s genes, except for in people with celiac disease. Read more: Toronto Star: Get a celiac test before giving up gluten

Lifetime: Gluten-free diets

How do you know if you are gluten-intolerant, or if your stomach issues stem from something else? Pauline Chan investigates. Read more: Lifetime: Gluten-free diets  

Sportonomics: The DNA test results are in

Reporter Morgan Campbell took a DNA test last month. What will the results say about the link between his genes and nutrition? Read more: Sportonomics: The DNA test results are in  

Video: MyDiet Clinic discusses Obesity on Left and Right – Rogers TV

March 27, 2013

Episode of Left and Right on Rogers TV Topic: Obesity in 2013 Featured Guests: Isolde Spies – Sports & Exercise Physiologist Dr. Bernstein from Dr. Bernstein Clinics Jennifer Ozsungur, RD and Stephen Ozsungur, MSc from MyDiet Clinic In this segment, Isolde Spies discusses the importance of an active lifestyle and exercise for reducing the risk and treating obesity, especially in children.   In this segment, Dr. Bernstein discusses his philosophy… more »