SUPPORT YOUR RECOVERY WHILE TAKING ACCOUNT OF YOUR OWN DNA
The team of 4Gold scientists has developed the world’s first nutrigenomic recovery. The development of this patented product is based on the fact that a balanced, healthy diet is actually different for everyone, because the genetic structure helps determine the effects of foods on physiological processes.
YOUR DNA, THE KEY TO OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE!
We developed a DNA kit and analysis tool that allows you to adjust your diet to your DNA and to supplement according to your needs.
BASED ON LATEST RESEARCH
We saw the potential of dietary supplements that take into account the influence of DNA on the way in which the body deals with nutrients, because it is precisely the impact of food on the functioning of our body that is still too often underestimated. In addition to this potential to align your diet and any supplementation with your DNA, we saw the opportunity to introduce this concept to the world of sport.
ONLY THE BEST INGREDIENTS
We only use high quality ingredients from local suppliers. This way you get a supplement that has a positive effect on your performance but also on your stomach and intestines. In order to guarantee you a 100% doping-free product all our supplements are batch-controlled.
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