Get a snapshot of your genes.
A DNA test compares a sample of your genetic material against known genetic sequences, based on established scientific and medical research. Our CLIA certified laboratories analyze these comparisons to generate your personalized profile.
These nucleotides are: adenine (A), thymine (T), cytosine (C), and guanine (G).
FITNESS test looks at
different gene sequences that may influence your fitness potential, from muscle endurance to recovery.
Find out what a DNA Test can — and can't — do.
Provide clues about your body and mind.
It's nice to get a little more insight into why you might be the person you are. Have the gene for perfect pitch? No wonder you've always been a karaoke rock star!
Determine who you are.
The genetic code for a particular trait is only one influence among many. So if your genes predispose you to lower-than-average muscle strength, that doesn’t prevent you from training to build strength. Consistent, dedicated effort may help you build great strength over time.
Help you make better choices.
Knowing more about your genes helps you tailor your lifestyle to what suits you best. For instance: If your genes suggest you might metabolize caffeine more slowly than the norm, you may want to consider watching your daily intake.
Predict your exact future.
A DNA test is not a diagnosis. Think of it instead as an analysis of your potential to have certain traits: If you have a gene for a particular attribute, it means you may have only a higher chance of developing it.
Hint at what might lie ahead.
Your genes can help you see what might lie ahead. For example, if you have a gene associated with faster-than-average skin aging, you can take extra good care of it now to help offset that genetic influence.
Tell you what to do next.
Since a DNA test is not a diagnosis, you should be cautious in how you interpret the results. While you may not have the gene linked to strong math ability, don’t throw out your textbooks! You should always use common sense when interpreting your results.