Bio-Unique Boutique

Because You Are Unique!

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Personalized Nutrition is based on the concept that “One Size Does Not Fit All.”  Differences in genetics, prenatal experience, health history, lifestyle, nutrient intake, biochemistry, metabolism, and our microbiomes contribute to individual differences observed in response to therapeutic diets, nutrition, nutrition status, the timing of eating, stress responses, and chemicals in our food and household products.

This means that our genomes, biochemistry, metabolism, and microbiome are different.

The principles of the Biounique Boutique involve an understanding of chronic diseases, individualized biochemistry-and how food is metabolized differently for everyone, assigning therapeutic diets, and developing individualized nutrition strategies that are customized to each persons individual needs.

Consumers are becoming educated about nutrition, and there is a growing demand to dig deeper into it. Conventional medical doctors are not trained in nutrition. Love them, have worked with many, many wonderful Physicians and other health care workers. I always say “it is great to know that you do not have cancer,” but is your doctor just skimming the surface? Many people are suffering from ailments that are attributed to food sensitivities, malabsorption, malnutrition, and more.


Personalized nutrition may be the solution.
 

Obtaining blood samples, stool samples, and saliva to determine what food sensitivities, gut flora, and genomes are affecting you is just the beginning in personalized nutrition.


“Test, Don’t Guess”


Testing can provide additional information to understand your own unique body and any sensitivities/intolerances you may have.  While inflammation is known to be caused by processed foods, too much sugar or salt, etc. Testing can help determine your own unique sensitivities and allow you to feel more at ease (less stressed) about your food choices.


For example, the micronutrient testing analysis may be quite different for one person than another person. This is because our micronutrient requirements at age 30 are quite different from our requirements from 40, 50, and beyond. Absorption difficulties and increased demand are common as we age.


You may think you are eating a balanced diet, but if you do not absorb vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other essential micronutrients well, you will have deficiencies.

At the Biounique Boutique, you will gain an effective methodology and clinical information to determine the correct Therapeutic diet for your individual needs. You will learn what foods, supplements, and drinks you should or should not be consuming.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to go to a lab to get the blood tests done?


No, this can be done right in your own home. The lab supplies and instrument so you can do a finger prick right in the comfort of your own home.




Which tests require a finger/blood prick?


The micronutrient test, food allergy, food sensitivity, food allergy, and wheat zoomer tests require a finger prick.




Which test requires a stool sample?


The Gut Zoomer test requires a stool sample.




How long will it take the testing supplies to arrive to my home?


It will take 5-10 business days for the supplies to arrive.




How long will it take to get my results?


Once the lab receives your samples it will take 2-4 weeks to get the results.




At the end of the report it reads: "call a Vibrant Dietitian for questions"?


All of my clients work directly with Meg. Meg reviews the info with an ND, RD, or PhD at the clinic before she talks to you.




Can I order the tests on my own?


No. Only we can order the tests.




Do I have to pay for the consultation with Meg, too?


Only if you want to. If you'd prefer to order the test and get the results emailed to you without interpretation, please email me. However, the results may be complicated for non-medical professionals to interpret.




Are any of the tests covered by insurance?


No, the tests are not covered by insurance, but your consultation with Meg may be if she is a provider for your insurance.