Meet Rootine, the most advanced nutrition program.

Your nutrient needs are unique. To achieve your best self, you need to identify these needs and deliver precise nutrient doses that work for your body.

 

And that is exactly what Rootine does.

Here's how it works:

Step 1: Take the quiz and see how your lifestyle choices impact your nutrient needs.

 

Step 2: Choose a DNA test, Blood test, or both to add the truly valuable data to your platform.

 

Step 3: Discover your true and precise nutrient needs, and order daily packs that reflect this formula.

How we are better:

More data, better outcomes. Other brands "personalize" with a simple lifestyle quiz. This doesn't work. The key data is in your DNA and blood, which we analyze with next-gen at-home tests.

 

Precision dosing. Other brands add pre-made pills to your pack which do not provide custom doses for your body. We fine-tune doses to the mlligram with our microbead tech.

 

Superior absorption. Our slow-release microbeads release nutrients over 12 hours to maximize absorption and help maintain optimal levels in the blood.

See Our Nutrients

Vitamin B12

methylcobalamin

Source: Fermentation

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Vitamin B12 helps regulate the homocysteine level in blood, which is influenced by certain genetic variants. High homocysteine levels have a negative impact on heart health and should be kept low.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin B2

riboflavin

Source: Fermentation

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Vitamin B2 can aid in stabilizing homocysteine levels, but only if a certain genetic variant is present. If this is not the case, vitamin B2 has no effect on homocysteine levels.

Supporting studies.

Selenium

selenomethionine

Source: Mineral

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Selenium is an important component of many enzymes, some of which can neutralize free radicals. Certain genotypes need higher amounts of selenium to increase antioxidant protection.

Supporting studies.

Folate (B9)

methylfolate / folic acid

Source: Synthetic

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Folate helps regulate the homocysteine level in blood, which is influenced by certain genetic variants. High homocysteine levels have a negative impact on heart health and should be kept low.

Supporting studies.

Manganese

manganese sulphate

Source: Mineral

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Manganese is an important component of many enzymes and has an impact free radical protection and joint health. Certain genotypes benefit in these areas if manganese intake is increased.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin C

ascorbic acid

Source: Fermentation

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Vitamin C is a strong water-soluble antioxidant and can have a positive impact on cognitive health, eye health, joint health and protection from free radicals.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin B12

methylcobalamin

Source: Fermentation

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Vitamin B12 helps regulate the homocysteine level in blood, which is influenced by certain genetic variants. High homocysteine levels have a negative impact on heart health and should be kept low.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin B2

riboflavin

Source: Fermentation

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Vitamin B2 can aid in stabilizing homocysteine levels, but only if a certain genetic variant is present. If this is not the case, vitamin B2 has no effect on homocysteine levels.

Supporting studies.

Selenium

selenomethionine

Source: Mineral

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Selenium is an important component of many enzymes, some of which can neutralize free radicals. Certain genotypes need higher amounts of selenium to increase antioxidant protection.

Supporting studies.

Folate (B9)

methylfolate / folic acid

Source: Synthetic

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Folate helps regulate the homocysteine level in blood, which is influenced by certain genetic variants. High homocysteine levels have a negative impact on heart health and should be kept low.

Supporting studies.

Manganese

manganese sulphate

Source: Mineral

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Manganese is an important component of many enzymes and has an impact free radical protection and joint health. Certain genotypes benefit in these areas if manganese intake is increased.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin C

ascorbic acid

Source: Fermentation

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Vitamin C is a strong water-soluble antioxidant and can have a positive impact on cognitive health, eye health, joint health and protection from free radicals.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin B6

pyroxidine hydrochloride

Source: Pharmaceutical

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Vitamin B6 helps regulate the homocysteine level in blood, which is influenced by certain genetic variants. High homocysteine levels have a negative impact on heart health and should be kept low.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin D3

cholecalciferol

Source: Biological

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Vitamin D3 can be produced by the skin when exposed to sunlight and is an important factor for healthy bones. Certain genotypes require higher doses of this vitamin to maintain optimal bone health.

Supporting studies.

CoQ10

ubiquinone

Source: Biological

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Coenzyme Q10 is an important antioxidant that the body produces but production tends to decline with age. CoQ10 needs the action of a certain gene to be converted to the active form Ubiquinol.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin E

alpha tocopherylacetate

Source: Bio. / Pharma

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Vitamin E is a strong lipid-soluble antioxidant and can have a positive impact on cognitive health, eye health, joint health and protection from free radicals.

Supporting studies.

ALA

alpha lipoic acid

Source: Biological / Syn.

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Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is a mitochondrial compound involved in energy metabolism. ALA provides a short but potent reduction of oxidation by increasing anti-oxidant enzymes.

Supporting studies.

MSM

methylsulfonylmethane

Source: Pharmaceutical

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This organic sulphur compound reduces the aggressiveness of the immune system and can help protect joints in certain genotypes.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin B6

pyroxidine hydrochloride

Source: Pharmaceutical

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Vitamin B6 helps regulate the homocysteine level in blood, which is influenced by certain genetic variants. High homocysteine levels have a negative impact on heart health and should be kept low.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin D3

cholecalciferol

Source: Biological

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Vitamin D3 can be produced by the skin when exposed to sunlight and is an important factor for healthy bones. Certain genotypes require higher doses of this vitamin to maintain optimal bone health.

Supporting studies.

CoQ10

ubiquinone

Source: Biological

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Coenzyme Q10 is an important antioxidant that the body produces but production tends to decline with age. CoQ10 needs the action of a certain gene to be converted to the active form Ubiquinol.

Supporting studies.

Vitamin E

dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate

Source: Bio. / Pharma

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Vitamin E is a strong lipid-soluble antioxidant and can have a positive impact on cognitive health, eye health, joint health and protection from free radicals.

Supporting studies.

ALA

alpha lipoic acid

Source: Biological / Syn.

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Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is a mitochondrial compound involved in energy metabolism. ALA provides a short but potent reduction of oxidation by increasing anti-oxidant enzymes.

Supporting studies.

MSM

methylsulfonylmethane

Source: Pharmaceutical

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This organic sulphur compound reduces the aggressiveness of the immune system and can help protect joints in certain genotypes.

Supporting studies.

Magnesium

magnesium hydroxide

Source: Mineral

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Magnesium is an essential component of more than 300 enzymes, and therefore particularly important for metabolism, the functioning of the muscle cells, and also bone health.

Supporting studies.

Zinc

zinc bisglycinate

Source: Mineral

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Zinc is needed by the body to correctly metabolize macronutrients, properly construct proteins and enzymes, to maintain normal bone, and to create new DNA.

Supporting studies.

Phytosterols

sito-, campe-, signma-

Source: Bio (pine)

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In genotypes where omega 3 fatty acids have a negative impact on HDL cholesterol levels, phytosterols are a good alternative to help improve cholesterol levels.

Supporting studies.

Copper

copper sulphate

Source: Mineral

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Copper is an important component of many enzymes and is therefore an important trace element for metabolism. It has also been shown to reduce the aggressiveness of the immune system and to improve eye health.

Supporting studies.

Calcium

calcium carbonate

Source: Biological

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Calcium is an important component of many bodily functions. Certain genotypes require higher amounts of calcium for optimal bone health and to aid in detoxification.

Supporting studies.

Iron

iron bisglycinate

Source: Mineral

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Iron is an important component of blood as it allows hemoglobin to carry oxygen. Some genetic variants can cause the excessive absorption of iron, which can damage organs.

Supporting studies.

Magnesium

magnesium hydroxide

Source: Mineral

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Magnesium is an essential component of more than 300 enzymes, and therefore particularly important for metabolism, the functioning of the muscle cells, and also bone health.

Supporting studies.

Zinc

zinc bisglycinate

Source: Mineral

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Zinc is needed by the body to correctly metabolize macronutrients, properly construct proteins and enzymes, to maintain normal bone, and to create new DNA.

Supporting studies.

Phytosterols

sito-, campe-, signma-

Source: Biological (pine)

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In genotypes where omega 3 fatty acids have a negative impact on HDL cholesterol levels, phytosterols are a good alternative to help improve cholesterol levels.

Supporting studies.

Copper

copper sulphate

Source: Mineral

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Copper is an important component of many enzymes and is therefore an important trace element for metabolism. It has also been shown to reduce the aggressiveness of the immune system and to improve eye health.

Supporting studies.

Calcium

calcium carbonate

Source: Biological

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Calcium is an important component of many bodily functions. Certain genotypes require higher amounts of calcium for optimal bone health and to aid in detoxification.

Supporting studies.

Iron

iron bisglycinate

Source: Mineral

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Iron is an important component of blood as it allows hemoglobin to carry oxygen. Some genetic variants can cause the excessive absorption of iron, which can damage organs.

Supporting studies.

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