Our goal is to isolate disease-specific abnormalities from the many influences on a person's metabolism. In order to be able to distinguish what is still normal for the respective metabotype and what, for example, already indicates a developing or existing disease, we must know the corresponding metabotype as well as possible, i.e. with all its relevant environment-specific reactions.
This is the only way we can isolate health-relevant changes from the noise of everyday life with great precision.
Considering that this is true for different age groups, for different genders, for different dietary habits, but also for exercise habits and many other influencing factors, it becomes obvious that we really need to know and track very, very many people and their metabolic states here.