Genetic test kit & analysis

Genetic Test Kit and Analysis

Take control of your health with personalized health recommendations based on your DNA. Get inside knowledge about your genetic makeup and learn how your body reacts to your environment. 

  • Pathway based report
    We are not looking into individual genes, instead we look at  the pathways, combination of genes in those pathways, and how they may impact your health. It's a starting point towards a happy, healthy & a pain free life.
  • Trust factor
    The genes presented in the report have scientific validity and clinical utility. Meaning, there's an extensive scientific research and clinically with lifestyle changes we can impact on how they present themselves. Some people may be concerned about their privacy when it comes to genetic testing. Have you heard of Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act?
  • Done only once
    Genetic testing you have to do only once to learn what genes were passed down to you from your parents. It is not like a blood test, which is a snapshot of what is going on in your body for the moment.
  • Still want more info about genetic testing?
    You may like this blog post I wrote where I share my AHA moments when I got my own report.
Aren't my genes set in stone? If I can't change anything, why get tested?

It's often assumed that we can't change our genes — so why even try? The truth is that while we can't change our DNA code, our gene expression is a bit of a different story. Our genes express themselves in different ways, and not only affect how we interact with the world around us, the world around us affects how our genes express themselves. That means that lifestyle and food choices we make can actually influence how our genes work. Our genes aren't set in stone, and there's a lot we can do to help them impact our health.

Isn't genetic testing just used to determine my ancestry?

Genetic testing has gained a lot of popularity in the past decade through ancestry companies who can test your DNA and track your family's history. But genetic testing can be used for a lot more than seeing where you came from, and can be used a lot more proactively as well. Genetic testing can tell you how your body functions, right down to the cellular level, and can help you understand how your body processes nutrients, how it metabolizes caffeine, how well it handles inflammation, and much more. It can help you look forward to a healthy future as well as backwards to your ancestors.

Can my genetic test be shared? What if my employer finds out about my results?

It's a common concern to worry about whose hands your genetic test will fall into, and if it'll be used for malicious purposes. But HIPAA laws prevent practitioners from sharing information about a patient's genetic test, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, or GINA, protects individuals from being discriminated against for what's in that test. That means that your employer can't make hiring or firing decisions, nor can your health insurance company restrict coverage, based on a genetic test.

Is the science even advanced enough around genetic testing to make it applicable?

Our knowledge of all areas of science is always evolving. The study of genetics has certainly come a long way since DNA was first studied in the 1950s. Like any other science, our knowledge around genes, their expression, and how they impact health and functionality increases each day. And like with any other science, we practice with what we have, and expand our practice as our knowledge expands. We would never hold back the ability to help a patient just because someone thinks the science "isn't there yet"!

Isn't genetic testing only really looking at one or two genes?

While there may be some genes that are more popular or given more attention than others, genes can't be looked at in isolation. What matters is how genes work together to create an overall picture of a person's health and wellness. We like to say that knowing a person’s genes is like having a blueprint to how their system works. Just as you would never try to build a house with the plans for just one wall or floor, you wouldn't just look at one or two genes in isolation.

Isn't genetic testing just for genetic testing's sake? Will I be able to use any of that information practically?

Like the question above, a genetic test's results don't just stand alone. They can be used to make patient care much more personalized, can help determine better foods to eat, can influence better lifestyle choices, can lead to more targeted screening and testing, can point the way towards the best supplements, and more. Genetic testing isn't something to take in isolation, but can be incorporated into the portfolio of healthcare approaches.

To move forward do this...


Order Your Test

Klick on the link below to order your cheek swab test kit. The price includes your test and the analysis.


Complete Your Test

Follow the instructions to collect your sample and ship it back in the enclosed FedEx bag .


Your Results

It takes 3-5 weeks to get your report. Once it's ready we will set up a zoom session to go over your test results.

At The End You Will Get

You will walk away with a clear understanding of what lifestyle changes you should be making in diet, exercise, maybe supplementation based on your genetic makeup to help you achieve your health goals and live a happy, healthy and pain free life.

3x4 report

31 page beautiful digital report

Sample Report


Recorded zoom session you can refer back to anytime you like.


A summary of all the suggestions and an action plan

Ready to find out?