GENECOMBO

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GENEWAY

If you are truly interested in improving your overall health and wellness, why not test your genetic profile with GENECOMBO™.

You will discover your overall health, wellness, and youthfulness, in conjunction with your predisposition to weight gain. You will have valuable knowledge of your body's strengths and weaknesses, and establish your ideal eating plan, skincare routine and exercise regime based on your unique genetic profile.

Your feedback session for this test is included in the price

Included with your report is a feedback session aimed at providing you with key insights into your genotype so that you can personalise your health choices. 

Number of genes tested

120 genes; including:

ACE COMT SUOX
AGT CRP IL-1B
APOE DAO CYP1B1
BDNF FUT2 IRS1
CAT PEMT LPL
CBS MAO-A MCM6
COMT OGG1 MMP1
CYP1A1 OPRM1 MTHFR
BHMT-2 NAT2 MTR
HMOX-1 GSTP1 MTRR
NQO1 PPARG SULT1A1
PON1 SLC2A2 TCF7L2
ENOS GSTM1 TIMP4
MNSOD CYP17A VDR
EPHX1 IL-6 ADRB2
CLOCK TNF-A APOC3
CETP LIPC ANKK1
GPX ADD1 SHMT
FOXE1 IL-1A FABP2
HFE TMPRSS6 MLH1
EPHX1 VEGF DBP

 

GENEWELL™

The GENEWELL™ test screens for genetic variations that are, or may affect your health.  You can reduce the susceptibility for the condition(s), by being proactive and implementing the science-based strategies recommended to you.  These may vary from modest changes in your environment, your diet, and physical activity or adjustments in the nutritional supplements you take.

GENEWELL™ tests for genetic variants involved in physiological processes that are linked to an increased risk for certain (lifestyle) diseases, including:

  • Blood clotting
  • Bone Health
  • Caffeine Metabolism
  • Cancer risk
  • Cholesterol and lipid metabolism
  • Circadian rhythms (sleep disorders)
  • Dementia
  • Detoxification
  • Dietary carbohydrate sensitivity
  • Dietary fat sensitivity
  • Drug metabolism
  • Exercise responsiveness
  • Heart disease
  • Homocysteine metabolism
  • Hypertension
  • Inflammation
  • Insulin sensitivity and risk for diabetes
  • Iron metabolism
  • Lactose Intolerance
  • Oxidative Stress
  • Vitamin-B metabolism
  • Salt Sensitivity
  • Stress and Mood Disorders (eg Depression / Anxiety)

GENEDIET™

Should you follow a low-carb or low-fat diet? Obesity is a very complex disease, and many factors can contribute to a person being overweight including their genes, behaviour, and the environment. Knowing your genetic predisposition to be overweight, can assist you to take the appropriate measures and guide you towards a suitable diet.

Your DNA plays a very big part in the regulation of your body weight. Studies show that up to 70% of your risk for being overweight is determined by your genes. Your DNA also provides information about your feeding behaviours, natural appetite control, the fat burning process, your genetic need for physical exercise in order to maintain healthy body weight, and your sensitivity to dietary fat and carbohydrates. 

GENESPORT™

Whether you are a recreational or professional sports athlete, optimise your training and athletic potential with the GENESPORT™ test.

  • The genes tested will outline your genetic potential
  • Preferred fuel and energy source during exercise
  • Response to caffeine
  • The risk of inflammation and injury
  • Ability to deal with oxidative stress
  • Muscle and bone composition
  • Endurance and power potential
  • Susceptibility to injury and Recovery time

GENERENEW™

Age fast, age slow, it's up to you! GENERENEW™ focuses on genetic factors for a young and healthy appearance. Personalise your needs for a youthful appearance and complexion by knowing your genetic profile.

  • Collagen synthesis
  • Skin anti-oxidation
  • Skin irritability
  • Skin detoxification
  • Skin cell renewal

Anti-ageing medicine and dermagenetics are founded on the application of scientific medical technologies for the early detection, prevention and reversal of age-related dysfunction.  Human ageing is not simply wear and tear.  Genes can influence the ageing process considerably, even though the environment is also important.  

The two main processes that induce skin ageing are classified as intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic ageing, also known as the natural ageing process, is a continuous process that normally begins in the mid-20s. Extrinsic ageing is caused by environmental factors, such as sun exposure, air pollution, smoking, regular alcohol intake and poor nutrition. Both intrinsic ageing as well as how the body responds to extrinsic ageing are affected by genetics. 

Personalise your cosmetic support for a young and healthy appearance and give a genetic blueprint for your anti-ageing and skincare regimen.

    Sample report

    Sample type

    Buccal swab

    Turnaround time

    10 -21 days