I use a sophisticated dietary analysis and reporting software program that Dr. Peter D’Adamo designed for clinical practice.
GenoType Diet software helps me construct personalized nutritional guidelines based on both some key genetic findings and also the science of epigenetics. I’ve been using this software for many years and feel that the individualized approach recommended through the GenoType Diet has been more useful than food sensitivity testing alone. The ins-and-outs of this are discussed in my article Food Sensitivities and Epigenetics published in Naturopathic Doctors News and Review several years ago.
The Genotype Diet program has given me the tools to create completely specific diets for people with various conditions, with differing inherited weaknesses or strengths, based on vast amounts of nutritional information.
The GenoType Diet process involves taking a personal health history, biometric testing, bio-impedence testing, blood testing and a number of other health factors and goals. The program can be further customized to reflect the patient’s preferences, such as Kosher or vegetarian. Once the process is complete, a fully customized book is created that includes, food lists, meal plans and recipes.
It’s really a one-of-a-kind diet tool. You can learn more from Dr. D’Adamo’s website here.