Rootine Personalized Packs

with NIICS™ technology

Testing reveals your true biolgoical needs which are not met through diet or mass-market supplements. Support your body with a precision nutrient blend formulated based on your biometric data and 400+ peer reviewed studies.

What can your body achieve with the world's most scientifically advanced nutrient pack?

✓ 100% Custom Formula
✓ 18 Vital Nutrients & Minerals
✓ $100 OFF DNA Test
✓ Free Shipping Always


Testing reveals your true biolgoical needs which are not met through diet or mass-market supplementation. Support your body with a precision nutrient blend formulated based on your biometric data and 400+ peer reviewed studies.

Stop guessing, start testing. What can your body achieve with the world's most scientifically advanced nutrient pack?

Formula Ingredients

100% Custom Formula          ✓ $100 Off DNA Test Kit
Free Shipping Always            ✓ 18 Vital Nutrients & Minerals

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We are a medically licensed genetics lab, bound by some of the strictest medical data privacy and storage laws. We DO NOT sell or share your data.

ISO Certified &
FDA cGMP

ISO Certified & FDA cGMP

What does this mean?

Test processing and nutrient production occur in a medical-grade laboratory with ISO 9001, 15189, and 22000 certifications. All production follows FDA cGMP and third-party testing.


Why Testing Matters

Why Testing Matters

Without testing, you're just guessing.

  • DNA
  • Blood
  • Lifestyle

More than 50 common genetic variations impact how your body absorbs, metabolizes, and excretes key nutrients, which can cause specific nutrient deficiencies or sensitivities. Without genetic testing, there is no way to know your body's true needs.

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We obtain this information through our at-home Rootine DNA Test or by analyzing uploaded data from 23andMe or Ancestry.com.

Genes are inherited from our parents that control every function of our body. Variations in these genes impact how nutrients are absorbed and used by our body.

With Rootine, you will learn which nutrients you need more of. Your test will reveal if you need to take extra calcium for bone health, if you need more minerals to assist with detoxification, if you need a higher level of antioxidants to help protect your body against cell damage, and much more.

An Example: 33% of the population has a genetic variation on 1 or both copies of their GPX-1 gene, which increases their selenium requirements.

With Rootine, you will also learn which nutrients you need less of. Your genes also reveal if you have lower requirements than average for a variety of factors, like maintaining a healthy metabolism or eye health. Depending on genetics, your nutrient requirements may be lower than the doses found in your standard multivitamin.

With Rootine, you learn if there are specific nutrients that can be harmful to you or have no effect on your body, thus harming your wallet. For example, if you have a variation on the HFE gene, it is recommended to avoid iron supplements. Similarly, if you have a variation on the NQO1 gene, taking coenzyme Q10 will be a waste of money.

Through next-gen metabolite technology, our blood nutrient test analyzes 80+ metabolites to deliver a comprehensive report on how nutrients function in your body, as well as insights into metabolic functions and detoxification systems.

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Metabolite testing analyzes byproducts of nutrient utilization and greater metabolism. If the levels of these byproducts are too high - or too low - we learn that the body is under- or over-using certain nutrients or metabolic processes.

We analyze more than 80 metabolites and are one of few laboratories in the world that have the capability to perform this analysis. Through these deep insights, our process learns which nutrients you need - and the correct doses - in order to provide optimal support to your body.

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Factors like your height, weight, age, dietary preferences, exercise status, and more provide a baseline range for the nutrients you need. We layer DNA and blood data onto this baseline understanding of your body.

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Once the lifestyle quiz is completed, our algorithm auto-adjusts your formula as you age. In addition, you can re-take the lifstyle quiz whenever you go through a major lifestyle change. If you start a new diet, are trying to get pregnant, or change your exercise regimen, these changes impact your daily nutrients needs.

Rootine changes as you change.


Science Makes Rootine Better

Science Makes Rootine Better

Rootine is the technological leader in personalized nutrition, with more than 10 years experience personalizing health plans and supplements.

  • Backed by 400+ Peer-Reviewed Studies
  • Created by Genetic Scientists and Doctors
  • Most Advanced Prescriptive Algorithm

 

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Rootine is the technological leader in personalized nutrition, with more than 10 years experience personalizing health plans and supplements.

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Truly Personalized

Many brands claim to offer a "personalized" nutrient solution, but only Rootine analyzes your DNA, blood, and lifestyle to create a 100% custom formula just for you.

While lifestyle analysis can reveal surface-level needs, this data can be misleading. DNA and blood tests provide the hard-hitting data points that really matter.

Truly Personalized

Your Unique Formula

Your unique formula will contain safe and effective doses of 18 vital nutrients and minerals, based on your test results.

Vitamin B12

methylcobalamin

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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.

Magnesium

magnesium hydroxide

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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

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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-

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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

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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

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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

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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: 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.

The Microbeads

The Microbeads

Our innovative slow-release microbeads provide maximum nutrient absorption and the most accurate dose measurement on the market.

  • Safe And Effective Nutrients
  • 100% Vegetarian, Primarily Vegan
  • No Nausea, Slow Release
  • Primarily Natural Sources


How it Works

1. Testing & Data Collection

At-Home DNA Test

At-home DNA test completed in <5 minutes. This test analyzes 52 genetic markers that have been shown in studies to impact the way your body processes nutrients.

At-Home Blood Test

At-home blood nutrient test utilizing next-gen metabolite technology to go above and beyond standard blood nutrient level reporting. This test measures 80+ metabolites to reveal how your body utilizes nutrients.

Upload Your DNA Data

If you have data from Ancestry.com or 23andMe, you can upload it into your Rootine dashboard for analysis. This process is free of charge and easy to complete.

2. Results & Analysis

When the analysis of your DNA data and/or blood test is complete, you'll review the results in your dashboard. You'll find detailed information about your unique nutrient requirements. The dashboard is also where you will track changes to your formula over time.

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3. Formula & Supplement

Your 100% custom formula is made for your body only, based on your test results. Each daily pack contains safe and effective doses of 18 vital nutrients and minerals, accurate to the microgram. Your formula can adapt to changes in your lifestyle or new results from a repeated blood nutrient level test.


Rootine Changes Lives

Rootine Changes Lives

"For years, I have taken a cocktail of multivatins, minerals and supplements, based on articles I've read, podcasts I've listened to, and word of mouth. Now, based on my DNA test, I have a tailored vitamin solution. Thank you Rootine!"

Joshua G.
Verified Reviewer

"I’ve been taking Rootine for about a month. I can tell a big difference in my energy levels. Because of Rootine’s use of DNA results, I found out that using Omega vitamins has the potential of raising my cholesterol levels."

Lori
Verified Reviewer

"I was a little skeptical but love how they analyze your DNA and give you the exact dosages you need. I also love the boxes they come in -- so convenient. I've been feeling great since I started taking them and my energy is up."

Kylie
Verified Reviewer

Meet Your Expert Team

Meet Your Expert Team

Meet Your Expert Team

Dr. Wallerstorfer, PhD
Co-Founder & CTO
Dr. Diaz, PharmD
Clinical Advisor
Rachel Sanders
Co-Founder & CEO
Dr. Harris MD
Clinical Advisor

Good Question...

What will the DNA test tell me?

The cheek-swab DNA test analyzes 52 gene variants that are scientifically proven to impact nutrient needs. The report will show you which of these genes work well and which don't. You'll learn which nutrients you need more of or less of, and which nutrients will will be helpful vs potentially harmful.

Already have Ancestry or 23andMe results? Easily upload that data into your Rootine dashboard and skip the test!

Why is Rootine better than other vitamins?

Rootine is 100% customized using your DNA, blood levels (optional), and lifestyle data and based on 300+ independent scientific research reports. Our microbeads are easy to take and contain no fillers (goodbye horse pills), super convenient to travel with, and - best of all - our customers love the way they feel after taking Rootine!

PLUS: you'll learn so much about your body from the detailed nutrition reports + detailed genetic analysis in your dashboard.

How does the optional blood level test work? 

All it takes is a quick finger-prick and dried urine sample (completed in <5 minutes in your home). We use next-gen metabolite technology to determine how numerous nutrients are working in your body, not just the level they are at. This data in combined with the other data points you've provided (DNA and/or lifestyle) to further inform your unique nutrient needs and dose your daily packs.

How long does it take?

Similar to other genetic testing providers (Ancestry.com, 23andMe, etc), from the time our lab receives your sample DNA analysis can take anywhere from 3-5 weeks based on the quality of your cheek swab. If you've already taken a test from another provider (contact us for a list of approved partners), you can skip the wait by easily uploading your data in your Rootine dashboard. Once analysis is complete, you can expect your vitamins to ship within 2 weeks.

Is my DNA / quiz /  blood data private?

Your data is 100% private - plain and simple. Rootine is not in the business of selling personal data or using it for any purpose other than making sure your body gets a safe and effective dose of vital nutrients. Our industry-leading genetics laboratory in Austria is governed by some of the strictest data and medical privacy laws in the world.

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