Interpretation of DNA Results

We live in times with most amazing scientific discoveries available to us. Besides an advanced various functional testing such as levels of nutrients in your body, food sensitivities, hormone tests, and so on now we even have an access to our DNA.

DNA testing is becoming very popular, and many genetic labs around the world are offering various tests. They range from rare genetic trait disorders to pharmaco-genomics to nutri-genomics and so on.

Companies like 23andMe and Ancestry are offering ancestry information plus some curious genetic facts for mostly entertainment. But there is much more information you can get with genetic testing.

We are offering to analyze your DNA data and create a lifestyle plan for you that helps you to prevent disease and enhance your strengths.

At this point there are multiple biological scientific research projects are going on with the goal of identifying and mapping all the genes of the human genome from a physical and functional standpoint. It is now scientifically proven that you are very unique and therefore require unique medical approach. So far we have about 30,000 genes mapped and defined. 

You unique biological genetic makeup is now can be available to you in a form of a prescription, like a manual for a valuable equipment you wouldn’t dare touch without. I’m talking specifically about “functional genetics” testing – how your body operates on day-to-day basis – such as how you process fats, caffeine, how do you synthesize vitamins and other nutrients, what kind of exercise is suitable for you, how can you lose or gain weight, what is your genetic ability to protect yourself from toxic stress and environment, how susceptible you are to drugs penetrating your blood brain barrier, are you a subject to celiac disease and lactose intolerance and so on.

Your DNA doesn’t change, you are born with it. And it’s analysis can come with a nutritional and supplementation action plan to strengthen deficiencies and enhance virtues, so you will activate your protective genes against disease.