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Test description

This test offers valuable information about the genetic predisposition of an individual to suffer from different pathologies common in current societies or present certain health conditions, so that they can take corrective actions in order to achieve certain goals or delay,prevent or mitigate certain conditions.

Overweight and obesity are risk factors for a multitude of pathologies. Diabetes is a chronic and serious disease. Cardiovascular diseases are one of the most important causes of disability and premature death worldwide. It is possible to reduce the risk of the appearance of these pathologies by modifying the risk factors once the genetic profile of an individual is known.

Pharmacogenetics aims to identify whether a person responds or not to the action of a drug and predict its efficacy and / or toxicity. Thanks to this type of analysis, it is possible to personalize pharmacological therapies, improving the probability of obtaining positive results and reducing the risk of serious adverse reactions.

Genetic variation affects the individual response to food (nutritional genomics), which can lead to overweight / obesity or deficit of certain nutrients, among others. Also, the lack of physical activity is one of the main risk factors for developing obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and even cancer. A change of habits based on the individual's genetics is very useful to improve their health.

Report contents

The report that the final client receives after the analysis of his sample contains:

  • Interpretation of the genetic results obtained in the analyzed sample
  • Descriptions of the different pathologies or conditions studied
  • Recommendations focused on maintaining optimal health based on the obtained results
  • Table with more than 700 foods with a recommendation of consumption for each of them based on the genetic results
Who is it for

This test is targeted at:

  • People who wish to adopt adequate nutritional and life habits, adapted to their genetics, to try to prevent or delay certain pathologies and maintain optimal health
  • Medical professionals
  • Nutrition clinics
  • Aesthetic medicine clinics
What do we analyze

We analyze different genetic variants, which are selected based on the information gathered from various scientific publications and meta-analysis, related to:

  • Obesity
  • Diabetes:
    • Type 2 diabetes
    • Insulin resistance
    • Glucose homeostasis
  • Cardiovascular risk:
    • Hypertension
    • Cholesterol and triglycerides
    • Coronary heart disease
    • Myocardial infarction
    • Stroke
    • Thrombosis and venous thromboembolism
  • Farmacogenetics
  • Physical exercise:
    • Weight control
    • Aerobic capacity
    • Endurance sports
  • Food behavior:
    • Appetite
    • Increased intake
    • Satiety
    • Predilection for certain foods
  • Nutritional genomics:
    • Food intolerances (gluten and lactose)
    • Metabolism of:
      • Lipids
      • Carbohydrates
      • Vitamins
      • Minerals
      • Antioxidant substances, caffeine and alcohol

The results obtained in this genetic analysis are useful for certain professionals (medicine, nutrition, sports...) to help adjust certain lifestyle habits. This can improve overall health or help achieve certain objectives:

  • Prevention of certain pathologies related to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular risk ...
  • Adoption of healthy eating habits, using the nutrigenetic advice tables present in the results report, in order to maintain or improve body weight and health.
  • Adequacy of physical activity to control body weight and maintain an active life that prevents certain pathologies.
  • Choice of drugs suitable for the pathologies developed, based on the obtained pharmacogenetics table.