Health Risks Reports
What You'll Discover
Check your genetic predisposition to different health conditions, and receive personalised recommendations relating to your lifestyle and diet.
Type 2 Diabetes
Genes that are responsible for fasting glucose levels, insulin production and secretion or insulin response could affect your predisposition for Type 2 Diabetes.
Genetics play a role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease, but you can still make changes to lifestyle and environmental factors that affect your risk.
Coronary Artery Disease
When there is restricted blood flow in the arteries that supply blood to your heart, your heart function could be affected, leading to coronary artery diseases.
It is a genetic condition associated with very high levels of cholesterol in the blood, specifically low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or "bad" cholesterol.
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Hypertension is a silent disease, and most of the time it develops slowly in our life without any obvious symptoms. Your genes play an active role in regulating your blood pressure.
Hypertriglyceridemia (High triglyceride levels)
Are you predisposed to having higher blood triglyceride levels? If you’re likely to have higher triglyceride levels, recommendations will include limiting fats and sugars in your diet.
Only 10 to 20% of people experience early symptoms, like red and swelling joints, when they have high uric acid in their blood. Gout can be extremely painful when it happens.
Osteoarthritis happens when the protective cartilage on the ends of your bones wears down over time. Learn about your predisposition for osteoarthritis.
Fatty Liver Disease
Having too much fats in your liver can lead to long term liver damage. It can be influenced by genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors.
Osteoporosis has strong genetic factors that influence your bone mineral density and your risk of bone fractures. Your bones become very fragile due to low bone mass.
Age-related Macular Degeneration
Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) is a common eye condition in people over the age of 50. Instead of a complete loss of vision, it causes a blurred or blind spot in the center of your vision.
Your susceptibility to stroke can be influenced by genetic factor, especially genes that play a role in blood vessel disorders.
Allergic rhinitis affects the body's immune system by causing it to react to harmless allergens such as pollen and dust mites as threatening invaders.
Glucose Level During Fasting
Your body maintains a strict blood glucose levels even when you eat or starve throughout the day. Discover if your genes affect your glucose level during fasting.
There are a number of genes that could contribute to your predisposition to asthma, hence it's known as a complex heritable disease.
What You Would Get In These Reports
Your Genotypes & Your Risk Result
Get your trait report, learn about the genes that are involved in the traits, and understand which gene variations you have.
Exercise, Diet, Supplement Recommendations
Your report comes with personalised recommendations in diet, lifestyle and supplements, as a guide for you to make lifestyle changes to manage your risks.
Learn more about the traits, what other factors affecting the traits and what you can do to manage your lifestyle.
What You'll Get
Get an even more comprehensive understanding on your health risks based on your DNA.
Get recommendations on what you can do to manage other lifestyle factors.
Discover Your Health Risks Now
Genes are the bits of DNA that give our cells their marching orders. They make up who we are at our most basic cellular level, and the billions of cells we are born with play an incredibly important role in our health. Each gene is comprised of multiple combinations of four letters that make up your genetic code - Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Cytosine (C) and Guanine (G). Most genes contain the information required to make protein for your body to develop and function.
A single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) is a DNA sequence variation that occurs when a single nucleotide - A, T, C, or G in the genome differs between members of a species or paired chromosomes in an individual. These variants can be potential biological markers, helping researchers to locate genes associated with certain conditions and diseases.
There are many steps that we need to take to ensure that we provide the most accurate reports from your DNA, from checking if your saliva sample contain enough DNA, to processing your DNA for SNPs. The whole process should take about 6-8 weeks once we've received the saliva sample from you.
Our reports comes with easy-to-understand explanation and recommendations, to ensure that you get the best experience and understanding out of your trait reports.