NGX SuperBerry Flavour

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NGX SuperBerry Flavour

Nourish your body with this antioxidant packed, fibre and vitamin rich SuperBerry flavor pack. Adds a real zing to your genetically personalised meal-shakes.

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Your SuperBerry flavour contains the following ingredients:

Flax seed, maca powder, baobab powder, goji berry extract, acai extract, Matcha green tea extract, strawberry fruit powder, raspberry fruit powder, blackcurrant fruit powder, natural flavouring, maltodextrin and xyiltol.

Nutritional Information

Below is a breakdown of the nutritional information for your SuperBerry flavour:

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Per 100g
Energy (KJ)
Calories (kcal)
Protein (g)
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Chia Seeds(mg)
Flaxseed (mg)
Maca Powder (mg)
Baobab Powder (mg)
Goji Berry (mg)
Acai Extract (mg)
Matcha Green Tea Extract (mg)


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What our customers say

"I highly recommend for anyone looking to lose weight or build muscle.

I've been having two scoops a day - normally taken as a replacement for breakfast as I never have time in the morning - plus one scoop of the PowerPack protein after I workout. Normal meals and portion sizes for lunch and dinner."

Charlie, UK

"Delicious and easy to use.

Working as a nurse and doing busy shift patterns, I would occasionally miss meals altogether. Sometimes I rely on meal replacement shakes like complan. NGX has much less sugar, higher nutritional content and definitely fills me up more"

Sinead, Southampton

Your privacy is
important to us

We know that data privacy is important. We handle and process your data responsibly and do not share or sell your personal data to any 3rd parties that are not an essential part of our supply chain for providing genetically personalised products and services to you.

100% satisfaction

We are confident that you will love NGX and experience real gains and benefits from using the product. However, if after 30 days you are not satisfied and are genuinely dissatisfied, we will give you your money back.


How do I take the test?

You will receive a genetic test kit in the post within a few days after ordering. When you open the box, remove the contents and read the instruction leaflet inside.

The first thing you should do is register the barcode that comes with your test at Next, collect your DNA sample by rubbing the cotton wool swab on the inside of your cheek and deposit the swab into the collection tube. Break the swab in half at the midpoint marker. Carefully open the foil packet and deposit the 'Dri-Capsule' into the tube with your sample. Take care not to touch the capsule. Seal the tube with the cap provided and deposit the sample in the return envelope. Post the envelope into your nearest post box.

Once you have posted this back to us we will then send you and email with your full genetic test results within 10-14 working days explaining your genetic dietary needs and how they differ (often drastically) from the standard recommendations made by the EU ‘average person’ (RDA/NRI etc.) that you see on the back of packaging.

What do you do with my genetic data?

We take your privacy very seriously. Your data is anonymised as soon as you register your DNA kit online - that is why this step is so important. You data remains anonymised until we have the results of your test, at which point we build your report and send it to you. Your DNA sample is destroyed after 3 months and we do not sell or pass on your data to any third parties. We keep all your personal information on secure, encrypted servers - so you can rest assured that your data is safe, secure and not being sold or transferred to third parties.

How long until I receive my results?

Once you have posted your sample to us, you should receive your results within 10-14 business days.

What is nutrigenetic science?

Nutrigenetics is the rapidly growing field of science that seeks to understand how we metabolise and process different nutrients, based on variations found within our DNA (these are called genetic polymorphisms). The ultimate goal of nutrigenetics is to enable an individual to achieve optimal levels of physical and mental health, by using the insights provided by their genetic polymorphisms to personalise nutrient intake.

Nutrigenetics aims to match nutrient intake with the genetic makeup, so that metabolism and functions of the cells can perform optimally. Scientific studies have demonstrated that we can achieve better health outcomes if nutritional requirements are tailored for each individual taking into consideration their genetic differences and characteristics.

What is the evidence for nutrigenetics?

The field of nutrigenetics was established in 1975 but really took off in the early 2000's, after completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003. Since then, over 2,000 scientific papers have been written in the field and more are completed every single day. Simply search 'nutrigenetics' in PubMed (a well known scientific journal database) for a full list of resources.