Secret of Life Series 『DNA+』 – Talent Test


Genes are crucial factors in determining an individual’s character traits.

Learning more about these genetically influenced characteristics can assist you in providing the most suitable environment and direction to nurture your children. We work behind the scenes to guide your kids the road to happiness and success in their childhood and future.

Acecgt NutriGene reveals the talent potential within genes,
Helping to recognize the personality and maximize the abilities of your child.

Genes determine character trait, and character trait determines fate.

However, fate is not always a script engraved in stone. Learn how to make adjustments in your life, in health and body to allow your children to flourish and become the best they can be. Even though strands of DNA are finite, the hidden potential that in your child can be infinite. Take the first step by learning what can affect talent, and the methods you can utilize to make your genes work for you!

Let’s take a look into the tendency of introversion and extroversion. Have you ever felt that your child is too shy? Or have you wondered why can’t my child be more active? Scientific researches explain that our personalities shape our social styles, where introverts are drawn to the inner world of thoughts and feelings, while extroverts to the external life of people and activities. The two personalities differ in the level of outside stimulation that they need to function well.

Take musical talent as another example. Have you ever wondered why some people are more musically talented than others? A research team* from the University of Helsinki in Finland discovered that around 50% of a human’s music recognition ability could be explained by genetics, while the other 50% is derived from environmental elements. However, those musically talented children would gradually lose their musical ability if not nurtured properly in their early age.

So, what is the best way to educate our children?

We can now understand potential talent through some specific genes. This knowledge can help us understand ourselves and bring out the best in our children. Every parent just wants the best for their child, and with advanced science on your side, now you truly can.

Acecgt NutriGene understands that every parent has some ambitions for their child.

Our Secret of Life Series 『DNA+』– Talent Test will guide you in discovering the potentials with our advanced DNA technology. By examining genes that associated with one’s innate abilities, parents are able to understand the potentials and advantages of their children as early as possible. This will allow parents to raise them with the right values, attitudes, responsibility, empathy, etc., providing them with a prediction of what their children will need in the future for greater success.

The Secret of Life Series 『DNA+』– Talent Test focuses on 4 areas, 22 facts help to unleash children’s potential and build up their strength.


Introversion - Extroversion tendency

The difference between introverted and extraverted disposition comes from the different chemical reactions in our brain from the stimulations of the society we are exposed to. It is crucial to provide proper education to our children, which is one of the keys to nurture our children.

In fact, there is no definite good or bad between introverted and extraverted disposition. Parents should first understand their children’s needs to let children fully unleash their talent within a comfortable environment.



Enthusiasm is related to one’s excitement and emotional control. People who are easily excited and impulsive have more aggressive and curious spirits. Political leaders in history and business elites are good examples.


Empathy is influenced by the balance of oxytocin in the human body. This characteristic helps us to communicate with others properly.

Although there are inherent deficiencies, children can be trained to understand various body language and facial expressions. Helping them prepare early to deal with human relationships will give them a slight edge with integration into society.


People with higher sense of responsibility and self-discipline may be perceived as boring. People who less responsible may not necessarily be lazy, they could just be laid back. Proper education can help children maintain their psychological balance and grow up happily.


People who are curious are often associated with the word “troublesome”. This is generally because curious people are filled with innovative ideas and behavior and so will inevitably cause “trouble” to, and for, those around them.

However, advanced science, technology and research stem from human curiosity. Do not limit your child’s curiosity and instead, help to guide them to explore in the right direction and let them do what comes naturally.

Anti-depression tendency

Genetic, psychological and social environment are some of the factors related to depression.

In fact, everyone has a certain degree of depression within. Try to understand the sources of this mental disease as soon as possible to help maintain a healthy lifestyle. Raising one’s awareness of depression can also help to prevent it.


Logical thinking

The distribution of the SNAP-25 gene in the brain is mainly responsible for the learning and memorizing processes, both of which are key in controlling logical thought.

Research confirms that through early training of both hands’ coordination, healthy diet, regular exercise, and adequate rest can effectively enhance the ability of this gene expression.


The ability to detect differences in pitch and distinguish different melodies is hereditary, and childhood is the decisive period for the development of one’s musical talent.

Regardless of whether one is born with musical talent, when children are exposed to music from a young age, they can cultivate their temperament and grow up happy.

Dance and Rhythm

The ability to coordinate music with body movement is easily demonstrated in early childhood, but physical coordination can be improved from training.

Research has found that children who started learning dance and musical instruments from a young age will have better attention, hand-eye coordination, and memorization.


Mathematical talent is related to the anxiety that children express while facing math problems and thus affects their learning ability.

Gaining a better understanding of the difficulties they face can help to solve this problem.

Reading Ability

Reading impairment refers to someone who has normal intelligence but has difficulty in reading.

In fact, bad school results do not necessarily point to a child being lazy and unfocused at school. Discovering the problem early in order to direct their focus on training could provide unexpected results.


A child’s abilities are not only limited to study performance. Exercise like running can also positively benefit a child’s physical and mental development.

If strong muscle is discovered in a child’s sprinting talent, allowing them to run more could give them additional achievement and boost their confidence outside of their academic ability.


The gene HIF-1α regulates the body's hypoxic response. It involves physiological processes such as energy metabolism, blood vessel growth, and apoptosis, which is very important in regulating the oxygen content of cells during exercise requiring endurance.


Linguistic talent refers to the abilities of language structure, grammar, phonology and word formation.

If there are inherent deficiencies, one can also prepare children’s speech organization and performance through training and make it easier for them to communicate with others.



Many creative students will encounter a number of problems under the traditional education system.

For example, the creativity of Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla gained them unprecedented criticism in their childhood, but if their creativity is properly guided and developed, to point their ideas in the right direction, it may bring unexpected results!


Concentration refers to the mental state when a person concentrates on a certain thing or activity.

People with poor concentration lack the ability to focus, and they cannot suppress their attention on other unrelated objects. Focusing is very important in the act of learning, and related training should start from a young age.

Self reflection

To learn from mistakes, one needs dopamine.

For those who repeatedly make mistakes, their brain is mainly unable to activate the corresponding dopamine, and so they lose their sensitivity to incorrect results.

It is critical to cultivate children’s ability to reflect and let them learn from mistakes.


We often put persistence next to our mouth, but there are only a few who can truly make it sound.

Parental education is strongly related to nurturing children’s ability to remain persistent with tasks at hand.

Short-term memory

There is a direct relationship between memory and academic performance. If children lack this natural ability, proper memory training can help enhance memory.

Post-sports recovery

Sports injuries are mostly acute, and if these acute traumas are not treated properly, immediately, or an individual returns to training or competition without having fully recovered, a minor injury can turn into a chronic wound. Some people may find it difficult to return to their original state of activity after a sports injury, because it is actually written in their genes.

Stress Management

The level of pressure resistance will affect one’s life and work. The better the pressure resistance, the easier one can survive in today’s hectic society. Therefore, it is necessary to enhance our ability to resist pressure in our daily lives.


Social ability refers to an individual’s ability to bring joy and happiness to the people around them, whatever the circumstance. This ability can be traced to the serotonin levels affected by our gene expression inside our brain.

It has been found that people can calm themselves and reduce impatience through proper diet and healthy sleep.


* Pulli, K., Karma, K., Norio, R., Sistonen, P., Goring, H. H. H. & Jarvela, I. (2008) Genome-wide linkage scan for loci of musical aptitude in Finnish families: evidence for a major locus at 4q22. Journal of Medical Genetics;45:451-456.