Affiliates | Nutrition Genome

 Affiliates program

Join our movement towards better health and happiness for all.

together we can change lives

We are so confident in the power of our genetic analysis and the life-changing benefits it has on our customers that we want to share it with the world!

Nutrition Genome is calling all like-minded and health-conscious people like you to join our mission in helping to make this world a healthier place! Together, we can educate our communities about the impact of knowing our genetic blueprint. With your help, we can customize dietary and lifestyle habits to not only influence one person’s life and longevity, but also epigenetically influence the health of the next four generations and the sustainability of our planet.  

Let’s create a ripple effect worth shouting about! We couldn’t be more excited to have you on board! 


Register on our website and you are on your way to helping others thrive & receiving affiliate earnings each time you do.


We supply you with promotional assets to fit your website brand, plus some sample text to help you with the ‘technical’ parts of genetics in your mailers.


We believe that paying it forward deserves a big reward, so you’ll get 10% on every DNA test kit sale referral from your website.

here’s how it works

For every DNA test kit sold via your website affiliate referral link, you receive a 10% commission for helping someone become healthier and happier. So for a $299 kit, that’s $29.90 paid back to you!
See below what that looks like on an annual basis.

our mission

Nutrition Genome exists to provide cutting-edge research into the connection between nutrition and genetics, and how we can use this tool to understand our unique biochemistry to optimize health and prevent disease. Our family health history of disease tells us of potential genetic “weaknesses” and Nutrition Genome attempts to find these weaknesses and turn them into strengths.

Nutrition Genome is a tool for our understanding of disease and optimal health to a level never seen before through epigenetic changes.