Metabolism Saliva Test

Home test to determine metabolic type from saliva. Analysis of metabolism-related genes for fat loss, feelings of hunger and feelings of satiety. Tips for metabolism-appropriate diet and exercise regimen provided with results. The costs of shipping to the laboratory (from within DE) and analysis are included in the price.

Note: The accompanying manual is in German.

  • Determination of metabolic type
  • Saliva test for easy use at home
  • DNA analysis of the genes for fat loss, hunger pangs and satiety
  • Evaluation provides recommendations for metabolism-appropriate nutrition
  • Recommendations for a metabolism-appropriate exercise regimen
  • Shipping to laboratory and analysis included in the price

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The Test

The way in which the body metabolises fats, carbohydrates and proteins is largely determined by DNA. This metabolic test carries out a detailed analysis of the genes responsible for hunger, satiety, metabolism and fat loss. Along with the result, you will receive a set recommendations for a diet and a sports regimen that is tailored to your metabolic type. This will allow you to optimally support your metabolism.

The test can be performed conveniently at home and the results are calculated using the latest biotechnological methods.

How to Use

Using the enclosed cotton swabs, a little saliva is taken from the oral mucosa. The following measures should be taken:

Half an hour before collection:

  • Do not eat
  • Do not drink
  • Do not smoke
  • Do not brush your teeth or use mouthwash

After collection:

Place cotton swab in the enclosed sample tube and store in a dry place for 24 hours. Return sample in the mailing bag free of charge.


The test kit includes:

1 set of illustrated instructions
1 return card with test ID for registration
3 cotton swabs in test tubes
1 mailing bag to send the sample back for testing free of charge

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