DNA GENETIC PROFILING FOR
HEALTH & WELLNESS
The New Era of Personalised Health & Wellbeing is Here!
The Fitgenes DNA Genetic Profiling for Health & Wellness is based on the science of Nutrigenomics and how our genes are influenced by our nutrition, exercise and lifestyle.
Scientific evidence tells us that our genes are not static, but in fact responsive to the choices we make, which impacts on how effectively they ‘express’ themselves. Gene expression is a way of explaining how we feel in terms of our wellbeing and how effectively our bodies function.
What is Nutrigenetics & Nutrigenomics?
Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics is the science that studies genetic variants associated with differential responses to nutrients, as well as our health and wellbeing, while nutrigenomics is a whole system approach that investigates how nutrients can effect gene expression. Other lifestyle choices, including exercise, can also affect gene expression. In short, you can modify your gene expression and improve the function of your genes by making the right nutrition, exercise and other lifestyle choices.
How is DNA genetic testing done?
It's a simple, non-invasive saliva sample, which is analyses 63 genes and returned to us as a personalised genetic profile, we are able to take a holistic approach to addressing variants of your genetic profile that reveal the best choices of foods to consume, what nutritional supplements will benefit you the most and the type of exercise that will have a positive effect. This effectively eliminates any guesswork around what will work for you as the treatment plan is based on your own genetic profile.
Measurable results include:
Relief from joint pain
Better sleeping patterns
Regulation of hormone imbalances
Increased energy and vitality
The Fitgenes DNA Genetic Profiling for Health and Wellbeing enables a holistic sciencec-based healthcare approach to focused on personalised health and wellbeing, rather than a one size fits all approach. There are also generational benefits for those yet to have children due to the positive epigenetic effects. That is, by enhancing the quality of your gene expression, your children will benefit from the results of your good choices.
What the Fitgenes Health & Wellbeing Report Covers
Genes analysed include those that affect: fat and cholesterol metabolism, cell defence, inflammation, vitamin D receptors, methylation and homocysteine production (which are involved in mental wellbeing and energy production including both common variants of the MTHFR genetic mutation) and cardiovascular health.
There are also generational benefits for those yet to have children due to the positive epigenetic effects. That is, by enhancing the quality of your gene expression, your children will benefit from the results of your good choices.