We rely on advice from genetic experts before and after the test. This allows you to know exactly what to expect from the results and how to proceed once you have them. Our personalised health report, which is based on the genetic profile of each user, is designed to provide information on your genetic predisposition to developing certain diseases; your ability to metabolise certain drugs; your response to treatment; the possibility of you being a carrier of hereditary diseases; genetic variation regarding your intake of certain nutrients and their influence on your sports performance. We also include information on the ethnic and geographical origin of your ancestors. The report is updated on an annual basis, so it always includes the latest scientific advances in the field of genetics.
Sports: genes with polymorphic variants associated with physical activity, athletic performance, endurance and muscular strength, risks of fractures or ligament injuries.
Nutrition: distinct genetic variants that influence the metabolism of nutrients, diet and associated diseases.
Pharmacology: analysis includes genetic variants of the cytochrome P450 family and more than 30 genes associated with more than 200 prescribed medications for the treatment of common, cardiological, oncological and mental health diseases.
Neurology: genetic screening to identify genetic variants associated with a disease or condition (cardiological, hereditary cancer, neurology, psychiatry, fertility and carrier state).
Ancestry: estimate the ethnic and geographical origin of your ancestors, reconstruct your family history and learn if you share the same common ancestry as others.
Cardiology: we analyse the genes associated with hereditary cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular risks.
Psychiatry: we analyse the genes associated with hereditary cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular risks.
Addictions: we analyse more than 70 genetic markers associated with addiction/dependency disorders.
Fertility: we analyse more than 100 genes responsible for the common genetic causes of infertility.
Genetic matching: we analyse the risk of having a child with a genetic disease.