NutraMetrix Review

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NutraMetrix is a wellness program comprised of isotonic vitamins and supplements marketed to healthcare providers. Their products range from anti-aging supplements to supplements focused on heart health. NutraMetrix employs the help of consultants to distribute their supplements to healthcare providers. Healthcare practitioners who wish to offer the program to their patients are given access to training and educational programs. There are consultants available to work with healthcare professionals as well. NutraMetrix tests all of its natural ingredients for pesticides and the fish oil is tested for heavy metals. The website has a demo web portal which shows the healthcare practitioner a sample resembling what their personalized site will look like. NutraMetrix designs an e-commerce site for each participating practitioner allowing their clients to order refills online.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients vary by product.

Product Features

The program does a gene analysis in patients who decide to take the supplements. Their non-invasive process of obtaining cells for the DNA analysis involves a simple swab of the patients inside cheek. The patient orders a kit and does the swab themselves. The kit also includes a questionnaire with questions about the patient’s eating habits and lifestyle habits. The questionnaire and DNA is analyzed by a panel who then determines what combination of supplements the patient should take.

In the weight management area, NutraMetrix has 12 different products available. 4 of these products are instructional videos, audio CDs, a kit, and a website subscription but the other 8 are various products such as the Fat Conversion Inhibitor, Thermochrome, prepackaged snacks, and more. The average price for the supplements is over $60. There are no testimonials on the website and the FDA has not evaluated statements made by the website or the DNA evaluation.

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  • In the weight management area there are quite a few supplements that contain well known ingredients such as Hoodia and Advantra Z.


  • To fully take advantage of the NutraMetrix program, you will need to send in a DNA sample for analysis.
  • This product is expensive and many of the products available from NutraMetrix cost over $60.
  • The product descriptions for the NutraMetrix products are very short.
  • The full list of ingredients for each product isn’t listed.


NutraMetrix is taking a step toward the future of beauty products by offering custom supplement packages based on your unique genetic makeup. The problem we see is that they don’t really offer enough products on their official website to cover such a wide range. The DNA kit isn’t invasive but many people aren’t going to be comfortable turning their DNA over to a corporation they don’t know much about either. Some of the NutraMetrix products can be purchased without the DNA kit being used so we would try some of those out first.

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  • 1

    Can you take Orc with chemo for colon cancer


    Stephen (Editor)

    Hi, Terry. Please seek professional medical attention before taking any dietary supplements.


  • 2

    I would like to know if the Nutrametrix products are made with genetically modified corn.


  • 3
    Kishan Sharma

    I need to buy Moringo capsules at Mumbai pin 400007. Please send me some contacts from where I can get it.


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