CRIGenetics, a top competitor in DNA testing, continues to make a name for itself through its high-quality genetics products. Founded in 2016 by a Harvard geneticist, the company combines DNA genotyping with breakthrough research to rebrand the way consumers see genetics. The company is known for its health reports that cover common traits such as motion sickness, the size of mosquito bites an individual experiences, and caffeine metabolism. This week, CRIGenetics launched its latest health report on Vitamin A absorption and deficiency, and it didn’t disappoint.
The CRIGenetics DNA test kit delivers the most efficient and reliable results. By comparing DNA against 642,824 genetic markers, CRIGenetics has found a way to provide customers with the most accurate results based on Genealogy. The Vitamin A absorption report takes all of the precision of the DNA kit and spins it into an easily digestible form for consumers. Besides providing accurate results, the report also contains valuable and actionable steps an individual can take in order to improve their health, no matter what their results are.
“The Vitamin A absorption report allows people to take their health into their own hands and actually see their efficiency at processing retinol,” said Madison Thomas, Chief Product Manager at CRI. “Vitamin A plays a major role in growth and development, immune system maintenance, and vision, among other things. Knowing how your body handles it is a major step towards better health. That’s why I believe this report will be highly beneficial to our customers.”
Madison Thomas explained that the main benefit of the Vitamin A report comes from the lifestyle recommendations included with the results. For example, if someone got the result for low Vitamin A levels, the report suggests to increase their daily intake by eating foods rich in Vitamin A such as carrots, sweet potatoes, broccoli and kale. They even supply helpful advice for vegetarians.
Past customer reviews (https://www.crigenetics.com/reviews.html) support the success of CRIGenetics’ health reports. The CRIGenetics team are happy to add another report to their growing list. They hope to create reports on gluten sensitivity and Vitamin B6 in the near future that also provide customers with tips on how to make the most of their report results.
“It’s one thing to know what’s going on in your body,” Thomas said. “It’s another for you to take that information and do something about it.”