2016, like every year, has been full of ups and downs. We’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve worried. Some things never change, one of them is your DNA. The end of the year is often a time for reflection and change for many people. If you’re currently writing down your new year wishes, why not include a genetic test?
This a fantastic way to uncover your inherited risk factors and whether your environment is supporting you to help prevent many lifestyle diseases from impacting your future health outcomes. If you are worried about your future health, tired of being tired all the time, feel wired and anxious and not able to wind down and relax, or even suffering from foggy brain, then a genetic test can provide some insights as to why this may be happening. And most importantly, what you can do about it! Your genes are just your tendency. Lifestyle and nutritional changes make all the difference.
Buy A Gift for Life, Not Just Christmas
Tired of getting your loved ones the same gifts? A gift which lasts for a week before being stored in the attic? Get them a gift they’ll really appreciate…A Gift For Life!
We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to test their DNA. Is your family interested in discovering more about their DNA?
DNA is passed down from generation to generation, so why not compare your DNA to your siblings? It’s not just your lifestyle and what you are eating today that impacts your genetic potential; it’s also what your parents and grandparents did.
The Comprehensive Panel assesses genetic variants and environmental factors impacting:
- Food cravings
- Sleep, stress and burnout
- Sugar metabolism and sensitivity to carbs
- Fat absorption and sensitivity to saturated fats
- Detoxification ability across the liver pathways
- Methylation function
- Oestrogen imbalance
- Inflammation, a route cause for autoimmunity diseases
- Caffeine sensitivity
- Lactose intolerance
- Iron over‐absorption
- Plus your nutritional needs for vitamin D, vitamin B and folate, magnesium, glutathione and vitamin C, and antioxidants.
Your results are interpreted and presented in an easy‐to‐understand colour‐coded PDF report which includes recommendations for lifestyle, nutrition and exercise modifications.