Basal metabolic rate refers to the amount of energy (in calories) that the human body requires to maintain vital functions at rest, i.e. to carry out basic activities such as breathing, blood circulation, digestion and maintaining body temperature. Basal metabolic rate is influenced by several factors, such as age, sex, weight, height, body composition and level of physical activity. In general, people with greater muscle mass and a lower percentage of body fat have a higher basal metabolic rate.

Knowledge of basal metabolic rate is important for planning a diet and exercise program, as the amount of calories needed by the body varies based on individual needs. If calorie intake is higher than the basal metabolic rate, the body stores energy in the form of body fat, while if calorie intake is lower than the basal metabolic rate, the body uses body fat reserves for energy.


Bone densitometry is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that is used to measure a person's bone mineral density (BMD). Bone mineral density is an important indicator of bone health and is used to assess the risk of bone fractures and to diagnose osteoporosis.
During a bone densitometry, the person is exposed to a low dose of ionizing radiation through a device called a densitometer. The densitometer measures the amount of radiation passing through the bone and provides an estimate of bone mineral density. Bone densitometry is a quick and simple procedure, usually taking less than 30 minutes. It is considered one of the best techniques for assessing bone health and is often recommended for postmenopausal women and for men and women with risk factors for osteoporosis.


Muscle and fat mass statigraphy is a methodology for evaluating body composition that allows you to measure the quantity of muscle tissue and adipose tissue (fat) present in the human body.
This evaluation technique can be performed via several methodologies, including bioelectrical impedance measurement (BIA), dual-energy X-ray densitometry (DXA), or nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
In general, the statigraphy of muscle and fat mass allows to determine the quantity of muscle tissue and adipose tissue present in different parts of the body such as the upper and lower limbs, the trunk and the abdominal region. This information can be useful for evaluating obesity, overweight and sarcopenia (loss of muscle mass) and for planning exercise programs and personalized diets.


Performing the test allows you to understand the presence of any food intolerances and implement a targeted nutritional path to regain the state of balance and health of your body. 64 of the most common foods are investigated.


Preparations based on hyaluronic acid, amino acids and vitamins are used; they aim to bring substances capable of stimulating the regeneration process to the dermis level, increasing water retention and therefore the firmness of the soft tissues. It allows you to improve the quality of the skin which appears younger and less tired. Amino acids increase the production of collagen, vitamins act as antioxidants and block the oxidative phenomena that cause the production of free radicals, the consequent destruction of elastic fibers and therefore aging; hyaluronic acid is instead the creator of the hydrating effect produced by the dermis. Usually 2-3 sessions are carried out approximately 15 days apart during which the product is injected with thin needles at the level of the reticular dermis. It is applied to the face, hands and décolleté.


Whole genome sequencing test to investigate the predisposition to develop hereditary pathologies. Analyzes conditions with specific information on diseases related to the skin, gastrointestinal tract, nervous system, hereditary cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diseases related to the lungs and kidneys; to the visual apparatus; to the onset of diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis, osteopetrosis. Nutrition is fundamental and through recent discoveries in the field of nutrigenetics, it is now possible to understand how our body reacts to certain foods. A series of of genetic tests aimed at investigating polymorphisms that predispose to conditions that can affect the individual's health.


It allows genetic information to be translated into a personalized diet and into an important natural integration panel built on the basis of the positivities found. The screenings analyzed: genetic lactose intolerance; genetic predisposition to celiac disease; muscle tissue repair and athletic recovery; recovery times and spontaneous fractures/injuries; generalized inflammatory state and oxidative stress; muscular strength and resistance to fatigue; lactic acid disposal; risk of tendinopathies and spontaneous injuries.


Promoting a genetically compatible diet from an early age means preventing a whole series of situations that could affect one's health in the future. Adopting targeted changes in the diet of children and adolescents will allow the expression of innate predispositions to be kept under control, written in one's DNA, and provide prevention in a targeted, selective and long-lasting manner. The screenings analyzed: genetic lactose intolerance; genetic predisposition to celiac disease; folic acid metabolism; obesity gene; vitamin D and sugar metabolism.


A healthy diet and a correct lifestyle also influence male and female fertility. Once the test has been carried out, the information resulting from the report will be translated into nutritional advice and targeted natural supplementation, which can help the individual to resolve or prevent certain problems. The screenings analysed: genetic lactose intolerance; genetic predisposition to celiac disease; metabolism of folic acid and vitamin D; sugar metabolism; cerebral neurotrophic factor; obesity gene.