It’s about getting more out of your genes

There’s more to our genes than just the so-called good and bad.

By learning more about ourselves, we can find out in what specific environmental and lifestyle contexts our genes can behave at their very best.

Updated about 1 month ago

Updated about 1 month ago

About the Genetic Report

Gene variants called (pronounced “snips”) can affect the way our bodies absorb, metabolize, and utilize nutrients, and determine how effectively we eliminate  and even potential carcinogens. By understanding the mechanisms by which these genes work and analyzing data generated from genome-wide association studies (known as ) and Mendelian randomization, scientists can now understand what impact SNPs may have on disease risk and longevity in relationship with certain gene-environmental contexts.

Once researchers understand how specific genotypes can affect how our genes function, this enables development of the most favorable nutritional and lifestyle strategies specific to a person’s . This comprehensive genetic report consolidates up-to-date research on most of the common SNPs that research suggests may have actionable nutritional and lifestyle interventions based on scientific evidence. In order for us to produce your customized report, you must have been tested previously by a DNA testing service like 23andMe.

How does it work?

You upload a data file created by a consumer genetic test like 23andMe or Ancestry DNA.

We process your data through our system.

Your report is generated in less than 10 minutes.

About the Author

Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick, Ph.D., earned her doctorate degree in biomedical science from the University of Tennessee and her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of California San Diego. She has conducted extensive biomedical research and has published many scientific articles in the fields of aging, cancer, metabolism, and nutrition. During graduate school she studied the interface between cancer and mitochondrial metabolism. Her post-graduate research focused on the effects of micronutrient inadequacies on the human genome and a mechanism that links vitamin D status to the regulation of the production of serotonin both in the brain and the gut.

The Comprehensive Report was updated about 1 month AGO

Genetic Report Types

APOE Genotype
$ PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN

Apolipoprotein E is a class of proteins involved in the transport of fatty acids and cholesterol throughout the body and brain. Polymorphisms in this gene can affect the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular disease in a way that may also interact with lifestyle factors, such as diet, sleep, alcohol intake, omega-3 fatty acid status, and more.

Comprehensive Report
Includes all other reports
$10 *
* Recommended amount
Learn about polymorphisms involved in:
  • Metabolism of vitamins D, C, B12, A, folate, and omega-3
  • Saturated fat and other fat metabolism
  • Carbohydrates metabolism and risk of metabolic disease
  • Sleep, exercise performance, and longevity
  • Metabolism and excretion of potentially harmful compounds and carcinogens
  • Cholesterol metabolism and HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors such as statins
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Metabolism Report
$ PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN

Many polymorphisms can influence response to various types of fat (saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat) and carbohydrates (i.e. complex carbohydrates vs. simple carbohydrates), which may influence blood pressure, blood glucose levels, circulating LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, obesity, cardiovascular risk, and more.

Comprehensive Report
Includes all other reports
$10 *
* Recommended amount

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Learn about polymorphisms involved in:
  • Metabolism of vitamins D, C, B12, A, folate, and omega-3
  • Saturated fat and other fat metabolism
  • Carbohydrates metabolism and risk of metabolic disease
  • Sleep, exercise performance, and longevity
  • Metabolism and excretion of potentially harmful compounds and carcinogens
  • Cholesterol metabolism and HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors such as statins
View Sample Report
APOE Genotype
$ PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN

Apolipoprotein E is a class of proteins involved in the transport of fatty acids and cholesterol throughout the body and brain. Polymorphisms in this gene can affect the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular disease in a way that may also interact with lifestyle factors, such as diet, sleep, alcohol intake, omega-3 fatty acid status, and more.

Metabolism Report
$ PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN

Many polymorphisms can influence response to various types of fat (saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat) and carbohydrates (i.e. complex carbohydrates vs. simple carbohydrates), which may influence blood pressure, blood glucose levels, circulating LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, obesity, cardiovascular risk, and more.

Other Basic Reports