DNA Nutrition App by Silverberry Genomix | Nutrigenomics DNA Analysis
The best Nutrition DNA app by Silverberry Genomix available in the Sequencing.com Genome App Store for iOS, Android, Web and EHRs provides personalized guidance about nutrition by analyzing genetic data from any genetic test including whole genome sequencing WGS, exome plus WES, Helix, 23andMe data, Ancestry,com, FTDNA, MyHeritage, Genealogy DNA testing, GEDmatch, LivingDNA, Vitagene, Illumina, Full Genomes, Dante Labs and many more personal genomics companies.


Personalized Nutrition

Which diet is more effective for your unique biology?

Explore your unique nutrition, metabolism and diet needs based on an analysis of more than 8,000 genetic variations. 37 Trait Reports, Risk Assessments and Recommendations.

  • See which genetic variations contribute to your predispositions and explore the scientific basis for your assessment and get access to resources to further inform your decision-making.
  • View on your desktop, mobile phone or download the 50 page PDF report to share with your nutritionist, physician or friends.


Sample Results



If you have multiple genetic data files, each file is $89 to analyze.

Powered by Sequencing.com's Universal Compatibility technology, this app is compatible with genetic data from all genetic tests:

Test Compatibility     Format Compatibility
Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS)     FASTQ
Exome Sequencing     FASTA
Dante Labs     BAM
23andMe     SAM
AncestryDNA     CRAM
MyHeritage     VCF
Genes for Good     GVCF
Living DNA     gVCF
HomeDNA     TXT
Silverberry Genomix     TAB
Toolbox Genomics     gz and zip compressed files
Veritas Genetics     almost all other genetic data formats
almost all other genetic tests

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