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Personalized Wellness

We create evidence based solutions that are simple, clear, and actionable.

Every day, there’s a new diet trend: “Eat that; take this; avoid those!” We cut through the noise by gathering valuable information by analyzing your blood and DNA, which we use to design personalized recommendations for nutrition, supplements, and lifestyle. We’re optimizing everyone, from elite athletes to busy professionals and stressed-out parents. 

 

Personalized nutrition, along with exercise and healthy habits, is the most powerful weapon for fighting chronic disease, and the best way to maintain a robust healthspan.

Your blood, DNA and habits are a goldmine of data. Together, they provide us with the right information to be able to build the ultimate personalized guideline so you can perform at your optimum capacity. 

We don’t just tell you what to eat, or how to train or which supplement to take, we're able to explain and show you why.

DNA testing for health and wellness, made simple.

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This fully comprehensive DNA testing for health and wellness will provide you with actionable guidance based on the relationship between nutrition, lifestyle and your genes to achieve lifelong gains.

 

Categories Tested 

  • 200+ genetic variations tested

  • Diet & Heart Health, Sensitivities, Nutrient Needs, Physical Fitness, 

       Brain Health, Detox, Obesity Risk, Pharmacogenetics, Hormonal Health

       

COMPREHENSIVE REPORT

  • 100+ meaningful insights

  • Over 200 pages

  • Includes summary and action plan for immediate impact

 

HEALTH CONSULTATION

  • Receive a 30 minute personalized consultation

DNA Testing for Health, Nutrition, Fitness and Brain Health

Learn all you can about your genetic makeup so you can take action to be the healthiest you. With 200+ genetic variations tested, Health Pro is the most comprehensive DNA testing for health, nutrition, fitness, and brain health.

What you will learn from our DNA test:

Diet and Heart Health
A one-size-fits-all approach does not provide for nutritional needs that vary by age, gender, genetic background and other factors. In this section, we focus on how consuming different types of fats and carbohydrates affects your risk of developing certain diseases such as obesity and diabetes. An individually tailored diet that strikes your delicate balance is key to optimizing your body's functionality and overall health.

Sensitivities
Food sensitivities are adverse reactions to specific foods which are usually due to the body’s inability to absorb specific nutrients, or having too much or too little enzyme activity needed for normal digestion. Although not life-threatening, consuming foods that you are sensitive to can lead to uncomfortable symptoms, often including gastrointestinal upset, if not properly managed. Depending on your genetic make-up, you may have a predisposition to being sensitive or intolerant to certain foods and substances. In this section, we discuss some of the most common food sensitivities, your predispositions, and what you can do to ensure that you are managing your sensitivities properly.

Specific Nutrient Needs
Is visiting the health food store an overwhelming experience? There are so many nutrients - how are you supposed to keep track of them all and what do your genes say about how your body responds to them? In this section, we dive deeper into nutrition, looking at many of the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that play major roles within your body. And armed with your genetic information, we help you create a diet and supplements plan tailored to your specific risk factors for nutritional deficiencies and enhanced nutrient needs.

Physical Fitness
It goes without saying: Exercise is good for you. It promotes strength, endurance, and flexibility, and can also help to reduce body fat and boost metabolism. There are many types of exercises, including endurance activities (such as cycling and running) and power exercises (like lifting weights). In this section, we take a thorough look at the exercise regimen best suited for your unique genetic makeup as well as how your genes influence your susceptibility to injury, how quickly you are able to recover after a workout, the impact of exercise on managing Type 2 Diabetes, your pain tolerance, your inherent inclination towards exercise, and your bone health profile.

Brain Health
Mental wellbeing is a key component of overall health, encompassing our emotional, psychological, and social states. The status of our mental wellbeing is affected by our life experiences, family history, socioeconomic condition, and biological factors such as brain chemistry and of course... genetics. Many genes play important roles in influencing various aspects of mental wellness. In this section, we specifically focus on four genes that collectively impact your mood, cognition, stress resilience, emotional states, and risk of substance addiction.

Detox
Our bodies are constantly exposed to harmful toxins found in the foods we eat, in the air we breathe, and in the by-products of our own internal metabolic processes. Thankfully, our body also has lots of mechanisms in place to dispose of these toxins. In this section, we look at several of your body’s detoxification pathways, and ask: how quick and effective are they at removing these toxins? Your genes play a key role in determining the efficiency of your detox pathways, and depending on your genetic variants, there are some minor nutritional and lifestyle adjustments that can make a major difference in helping your body achieve a healthy balance.

Obesity Risk
Obesity is a disease characterized by excess body fat that may have negative effects on overall health, including increased risk of Type 2 Diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and depression. While some cases of obesity are caused by poor lifestyle choices, many cases are caused by a complex combination of environmental and genetic elements. An analysis of your diet, lifestyle and DNA can help you recognize risk factors and take steps to put a personalized prevention and treatment strategy in place. In this section, we focus on several factors that impact your obesity risk, and provide recommendations on what you can start to do today to minimize your risk and optimize your health.

Pharmacogenetics
Pharmacogenomics is an important example of the field of precision medicine, which aims to tailor medical treatment to each person or to a group of people. Pharmacogenomics looks at how your DNA affects the way you respond to drugs. In some cases, your DNA can affect whether you have a bad reaction to a drug or whether a drug helps you or has no effect. Pharmacogenomics can improve your health by helping you know ahead of time whether a drug is likely to benefit you and be safe for you to take. Knowing this information can help your doctor find medicine that will work best for you.

Hormonal Health
Hormones, the body's "chemical messengers", are used to communicate between distant organs and tissues, and help to regulate a variety of functions within the body, including growth and development, metabolism, fertility, and mood. A number of key hormones need to be precisely balanced in order to ensure that your body operates with optimal efficiency. Certain genes involved in hormone synthesis and balance can reveal if you are predisposed to having suboptimal hormone levels, which can be detrimental for your health. In this section, we focus on some key hormones, look at the wide array of physiological functions that they govern, and summarize steps that you can take to ensure that your hormones are in the necessary equilibrium.

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Simple steps for a healthier you.

Order your DNA test.
Receive your kit in the mail.

Take a simple mouth swab.
Mail your swab in.

Receive your results online.

Implement healthy changes with the help of a DNA advisor.

Blood Analysis

Evaluating health through a blood panel, also known as blood tests or blood work, is a valuable tool in assessing overall health, detecting potential health issues, and monitoring the effectiveness of diet and supplement implementation.

 

Key reasons why blood panels are important:

  1. Diagnostic tool: Blood tests can help identify various health conditions and diseases. They provide insights into the functioning of different organs, systems, and metabolic processes in the body. By measuring specific markers in the blood, healthcare professionals can detect abnormalities or imbalances that may indicate an underlying health problem.

  2. Preventive Diagnostic Care: Blood panels can detect health issues at an early stage, even before symptoms manifest. This early detection allows for timely intervention and treatment, potentially preventing the progression of a condition or reducing its impact. Regular blood testing can help identify risk factors, monitor changes over time, and enable early intervention for optimizing systemic and metabolic health.

  3. Baseline assessment: Blood work provides a baseline for comparison over time. By establishing a baseline, future blood tests can track changes and trends, providing valuable information about the effectiveness of interventions, lifestyle modifications, or supplements. This helps us make informed decisions and adjustments to optimize treatment plans for each individual.

  4. Personalized approach: Blood panels allow for a personalized approach to healthcare. Results from blood tests provide individualized data about an individual's unique biochemistry, organ function, nutrient levels, hormone balances, and more. This information helps us tailor treatment plans and dietary recommendations to address specific needs and optimize overall health.

  5. Monitoring health conditions: For individuals with chronic health conditions, blood panels provide a means of monitoring disease progression, treatment effectiveness, and potential complications. Regular blood tests can help healthcare professionals adjust medications, therapies, or lifestyle recommendations based on changes observed in the blood markers.

  6. Prevention and management: Blood panels are an essential component of preventive healthcare. By evaluating key health indicators, such as cholesterol levels, blood sugar, liver function, kidney function, and inflammatory markers, healthcare professionals can identify risk factors for chronic diseases and develop proactive strategies to manage or prevent them.

Blood Work Review & Recommendations  

Analysis of where you’re optimized—and what needs work

Your healthcare provider likely classifies your bloodwork as “normal” or “clinically abnormal.” But normal does not mean optimal. We delivers personalized optimized zones for each healthspan category and biomarker that are unique to you showing where you are and where you should be for optimal health.

 

Personalized, science-backed recommendations

Our Blood Work Review & Recommendations service is an essential part of our personalized wellness approach. When we receive your blood work results, our team will conduct a comprehensive review to identify any areas of concern that aren't in optimum range. Once our review is complete, you will receive a detailed report outlining our findings and science backed nutrition, supplement, exercise, and lifestyle recommendations to help bring identified areas back into optimal balance. With our personalized approach, we will help you take proactive steps to improve your overall health and well-being based on your unique needs. Let us help you take control of your wellness journey with our Blood Work Review & Recommendations service.

 

Precise, targeted adjustments to your health regimen help you reach optimal health more efficiently. 

 

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  • If you have resent blood work results you can send them to us

  • We will review results and set up a consultation

  • If you don't have resent blood work we can provide you with the markers that we will need to review

 

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