Frequently asked questions
All our process and protocols, deliverables and intervention are the same per our standard protocol. All the counselling’s are handled via video conferencing.
With each time zones there are common hours and timings that can be established and coordinated so that we communicate with our clients effectively. Once a rhythm is established, time zones are not an issue.
3. Where can I do genetic testing? How will we send reports? How many days does it take to get the reports?
You initial genetic sample collection can be done from 23andme. They will also provide you with the raw data. This raw data can be shared with us. Payment will need to be done to 23andme for the raw data and separately to the genetic lab for the report that is to be generated. Please click here to review the sample reports.
4. Does your nutrition plan have continental diet, or you focus only on an Indian diet or is it a mix? Do you customize the diet?
We customize the diet as per your choice.
Internationally, dieticians and nutritionist’s advisory are based upon guidelines that follow a certain calorie load with macro nutrient split across the day. The type of food and the kind of food is left to your discretion. We, on the other hand, do a lot of research to calculate, understand, combine, and assimilate the food type/ combination/ portion that will give the necessary macro nutrients. We take inputs from your blood reports and genetic reports. We provide all these details in the nutrition plan including a follow up call each week and a revision of the plan based upon your progress after 45 days.
As you are foreign resident and the service rendered to you is overseas, the government mandates that the invoicing is in foreign currency. We can receive in INR only from your NRO account.
We can work with any old blood test reports that you have. We understand that doing the blood test is extremely difficult. We, however, encourage you to incorporate our parameters so that you have a comprehensive plan. If you have a medical problem, do consult your local physician to give you a prescription for the same. If you travel to India any time, make sure you conduct your blood tests in India.
Yes, always welcome.