Caffeine sensitivity and heredity

A whole host of personal traits are determined in part by your DNA. One of these is your sensitivity to caffeine. Does it take a particularly long time for coffee to ‘leave your system’ or are you someone who can drink a coffee at 10 o’ clock at night and still have no trouble getting to sleep? This can possibly be explained by your genetic predisposition.

Caffeine sensitivity and heredity

To date a number of genes have been proven to play a role in determining a person’s individual ability to process caffeine. On the basis of your DNA it is therefore possible to predict how sensitive to caffeine you will be. 

Check whether you are genetically predisposed to be sensitive to caffeine

Would you like to find out whether you are genetically predisposed to be sensitive to caffeine? If you request an iGene Passport, you will have an insight into your own DNA profile within around 6 weeks and will be able to check this straight away – as well as your genetic predisposition to various other personal traits, external features and hereditary conditions.

 

iGene: live a happier life thanks to the latest scientific insights

As well as informing you about various personal traits, an iGene Passport will also provide you with information on all kinds of hereditary conditions. In addition, you will receive targeted information that will help you to reduce the risk of developing them. If you make use of our message service, you will continue to receive information based on the latest scientific insights.