The path to your best quality of life isn't a secret.
It’s science.


A future in which you age without getting the diseases your parents did is possible. Growing older doesn't have to mean growing sicker.
At Suisse Life Science, we design lifestyle solutions that prevent, halt or reverse age-related diseases. We wanted to make your complex biology simple, so we spent nearly a decade creating Scienceof[DNA]f(x)™ technology.


Technology can uncover your path to aging gracefully. It's as simple as installing an app on your phone and selecting the areas you want to improve. This smart technology learns from your activities and lifestyle, translating all of this information into the anti-aging system that works for your DNA.

Welcome to Scienceof[DNA]f(x)™, the technology that allows your company to design personalized health plans and lifestyle behavioral programs tailored specifically to each one of your customers.

AI and science work together to uncover and manage the root causes of aging

Personalized plans built from biomarkers and device data


We take an evidence-based, integrated approach to age management.

Our lifestyle solution is rooted in systems biology, which is about understanding the larger picture by putting the individual pieces together.
We look at more than 1,000,000 indicators to better understand what your body needs. Partnering with experts in the fields of systems biology, life science, human performance and nutrition, we make sure that the connection between each result, metric and recommendation we make is backed by significant scientific evidence.

Unlock your maximum potential with the only age-management program personalized from your DNA.


Wouldn't it be great to feel like your body is working with you instead of against you?

For decades, medical science believed that genes determined our biological destiny. Now genetics has changed that assumption forever.

Although you can’t change your genes, science has now proven that you can dramatically change how your genes affect your life. Your DNA makes you one-of-a kind, but your genes are only one piece of the complex puzzle of your well-being. You will always have the genes you were born with, but genes are dynamic, responding to your environment and lifestyle.

Just like Google makes your Internet search simple by scouring the entire web for you, my iDDNA® gives you a new way to stay healthy and get better with age by unlocking your body’s hidden messages.

Your journey toward an extraordinary quality of life starts with the creation of your Genetic Positioning System (GPS) map. This once-in-a-lifetime assessment uses AI and science to surface the signal from the noise.

Using proprietary genetic technology specifically designed from what medical science defines as the root causes of aging (aging dimensions), we detect genetic traits and polygenic risk scores. Now you own your DNA – and you can ask it anything to discover how to live better.

You only focus on what you can control – and it’s only about you.

Research shows that up to 75% of aging can be mediated by lifestyle. Now that you have a whole new way to interact with it, your health becomes a choice.

Your GPS goes above and beyond any existing age-management approach by creating a real-time, dynamic map between your genetic predispositions and risks (DNA-connections) and genetic and metabolic associations with nutrients, metabolites, environment and lifestyle.

Your GPS represents your body's ecosystem. Informed by your biomarkers and real-time data from your mobile phone or wearable, my iDDNA® technology puts you in touch with your health & wellness goals via your GPS.

Depending on your goals, your lifestyle and environment, Scienceof[DNA]f(x)™ technology rebuilds your GPS Map – in real time – with a variable set of impact associations:

  • Nutrition
  • Exercise
  • Treatment/supplementation
  • Stress
  • Sleep
  • Hormone metabolism
  • Pollution
  • Sun exposure
  • Environment
  • Digital device usage


Your body interacts with everything around and inside you:

  • Anything you do
  • Anything you eat
  • Anything you breathe
  • Anything you feel
  • What you use on your skin.
  • What vitamins should I take?
  • Which skincare regimen is the best?
  • Do some foods harm my body?
  • Which WORKOUT best for me?

DNA tests claim to have your solution.
Do you know what your genes are telling you?

Your genes multitask – and they constantly interact with what you eat, the vitamins you take, the exercise you do, the air you breathe, radiation from your digital devices, how much you sleep and your stress levels.

All of this interaction means there's no magic bullet or one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to your genes. Instead, you require a specific set of recommendations based on how your genes interact each second, in real time, with your environment and lifestyle.

Sound complicated? It can be. To make your complex biology simple, we spent nearly a decade creating a unique technology called Scienceof[DNA]f(x)™.


The critical translation between genotype, biochemistry, gene expression, biomarker tests, phenotype and personalized advice – based on evidence-based research – makes the difference in empowering consumers and practitioners in a rapidly evolving field.

Every two years, the world’s database doubles. Every three years, health information also doubles. By 2020, global healthcare data will double every three days – with 80% of the data being unstructured, with no clear relationship.

Scienceof[DNA]f(x)™ is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform technology that can automatically read and collate unstructured data, then learn to make personalized recommendations that will dramatically impact your personal health & wellness outcomes.

Think about something as common as nutrition: We are what we eat. But what really feeds you?

Scienceof[DNA]f(x)™ is the ultimate lifestyle technology that incorporates the most recent validated approaches in science.

Food isn't simply the sum of its nutrients

The nutritional value of a food should be evaluated on the basis of the foodstuff as a whole, not as an effect of the individual nutrients. This is the conclusion of an international expert panel of epidemiologists, physicians, food and nutrition scientists. Their conclusion reshapes our understanding of the importance of nutrients and their interaction.

Source: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Whole dairy matrix or single nutrients in assessment of health effects: current evidence and knowledge gaps.
2017; 105 (5): 1033 DOI: 10.3945/ajcn.116.151548
Authors: Tanja Kongerslev Thorning, Hanne Christine Bertram, Jean-Philippe Bonjour, Lisette de Groot, Didier Dupont, Emma Feeney, Richard Ipsen,
Jean Michel Lecerf, Alan Mackie, Michelle C McKinley, Marie-Caroline Michalski, Didier Rémond, Ulf Risérus, Sabita S Soedamah-Muthu, Tine Tholstrup,
Connie Weaver, Arne Astrup, Ian Givens

Propelling the paradigm shift from reductionism to systems nutrition

The complex physiology of living organisms represents a challenge for mechanistic understanding of the action of dietary bioactives in the human body and of their possible role in health and disease. Animal, cell and microbial models have been extensively used to address questions that could not be pursued experimentally in humans, posing an additional level of complexity in translation of the results to healthy and diseased metabolism.

The past few decades have witnessed a surge in development of increasingly sensitive molecular techniques and bioinformatic tools for storing, managing and analyzing increasingly large datasets. Application of such powerful means to molecular nutrition research led to a major leap in study designs and experimental approaches yielding experimental data connecting dietary components to human health, which target the growing field of nutritional systems biology interfacing personalized nutrition and preventive medicine, with the ultimate goal of promoting health and preventing or treating disease.

Source: Genes & Nutrition
Studying the relationship between genetics and nutrition in the improvement of human health
2017 12:3, DOI: 10.1186/s12263-016-0549-8
Authors: Jim Kaput, Giuditta Perozzi, Marijana Radonjic and Fabio Virgili

Current approaches to analyzing human nutrition focusing on individual nutrients are inadequate and should be replaced by a more holistic approach, a research paper suggests.

Researchers David Raubenheimer and Stephen Simpson for the University of Sydney say what they call “nutritionism” approaches have failed to combat the rise in obesity and associated cardiometabolic disease (OACD), in large because they lack an adequate framework to analyse human nutrition.

Nutritional ecology approach

Instead, they suggest an approach based on “nutritional ecology,” which aims to look at systems as a whole without emphasizing individual factors such as particular macronutrients such as fats or carbohydrates. The field of nutritional ecology shares many of the challenges of human nutrition science, but it has developed within the fundamental theoretical framework of ecology and evolution. Central to this framework is the premise that outcomes such as health and disease arise from the interaction between the animal and its environment. These interactions play out over a continuum of timescales, from short-term homeostatic responses to environmental variability, to the long-term process of natural selection driving adaptation through changes in population gene frequencies.

Source: Annual Review of Nutrition
Published online ahead of print, doi: 10.1146/annurev-nutr-071715-051118
“Nutritional Ecology And Human Health”
Authors: Raubenheimer, D.; Simpson, S.J.