Test Results

Since the discovery of DNA in the 1950s, scientists have been investigating the human genome. Clear links have been established for many aspects of human health, like how genes influence disease risk, metabolism, food intolerances, response to exercise and many personal traits. Thanks to major technological advances, you can now learn what your DNA says about you.

Health

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  • Health status 

    General overview of your disease risks, carrier status of hereditary conditions and actionable advice to make positive lifestyle changes

  • Disease risks 

    Risk profile for 20 diseases that are influenced by your genes and lifestyle

  • Hereditary disease 

    Carrier status assessment for common gene variants associated with 317 hereditary conditions that can be passed on to your children

Nutrition

  • Metabolism 

    Rate at which the body neutralises caffeine, assimilates fats and carbohydrates

  • Eating Behaviours 

    Taste preferences that influence food intake

  • Vitamins and minerals 

    Genetic predisposition to elevated or reduced concentrations of micronutrients in the body

  • Predisposition to
    nutrient intolerances 

    Personalised analysis of how the body reacts to alcohol, lactose and gluten

  • Food Recommendations 

    Your personalised dietary advice

Sports

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  • Metabolism 

    Your body’s ability to produce energy and metabolise nutrients

  • Injury risk 

    Genetic risk of sports-related injuries

Ancestry

  • Origins and migrations of your distant ancestors
  • Paternal and maternal haplogroups
  • Ancestry composition based on more than 125 populations
  • Ratio of neanderthal genes in your genome

Other traits

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Iris structure, early grey hair or even whether you sneeze when suddenly exposed to sunlight

Frequently Asked Questions

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