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Find out how your DNA shapes your health needs, from your nutritional requirements to your skin traits
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- Results in 3 weeks
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What we measure
This test analyses sequences of your DNA to provide over 100 health insights, from your risk of injury to gut issues you're predisposed to, and much more. These DNA sequences contain specific instructions for how your body should function, and by analysing them, we can understand what changes they may cause in the body—and how this can influence your health.
This test can indicate which traits, characteristics, and health risks you’re prone to—and how this shapes your health needs.
Your DNA is the blueprint for how your body should work, and your genes are sections of these instructions that are passed on throughout the body so they can be put into action.
Humans have around 25,000 genes, and for the most part, these are the same in all of us. However, there are differences in less than 1% of them—and this is what makes us unique.
Genetic variations can happen when the position of one of the molecules within a sequence of DNA changes. This tweaks the instructions that sequence is carrying, which can cause changes in how the body works.
These variations are called SNPs or “snips”, and they shape characteristics that are unique to us, from how our body copes with stress to how our skin behaves.
This test looks at your SNPs. By doing so, we can understand the specific traits and health risks that you’re uniquely predisposed to. These personalised insights can help inform lifestyle changes that better support your health.
How it works
Need a health test? We make it easy
Order the test via our website.
Pick it up from your local pharmacy or get it delivered
Do the test.
Leave your sample at the pharmacy or post it back to us (it’s free)
Get your results in 3 weeks
what to expect
Your results will be delivered as a 188-page online report, that provides 100+ health insights.
You’ll receive a breakdown of which traits, characteristics, and health risks you’re predisposed to, along with guidance on what this means for your overall health and wellbeing.
The report also contains advice on how to act on your results. For example, if your genetic results show that your muscles can exert a high level of power, high-intensity weight training done over short periods of time may be the most effective way for you to build strength.
This test is accurate at identifying particular DNA sequences, but your results are not a diagnosis of any health problems. While in some cases, results may indicate an increased risk of disease, this doesn’t mean that you have or will necessarily get that disease. Genetics aren’t the only factor that influence your health—your environment, lifestyle, and more play important roles, too.
It’s best to check in with a doctor if you aren’t sure what your results mean or are concerned you may have a health problem. They can run further tests to figure out what may be going on.
Need help? Speak with an expert
Don’t quite understand your results or simply want to see a doctor? We’ve got you sorted.
Speak to a GP
Book an online consultation with one of our GPs. We offer consultations in both English and Chinese.
Just fill out an online form and find a time that’s convenient.
Get a private prescription
Need to get your medication? Our GPs can write private prescriptions.
Tell the GP what the problem is during your consultation and they’ll take it from there. Prescriptions can be picked up at your local pharmacy.
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Based on the specific DNA sequences identified, this test can tell you whether you’re predisposed to certain traits and characteristics which may increase your risk of disease—but not whether you actually have any of those diseases.
Only a doctor can diagnose you with a disease, but they make take your genetic test results into account when making their decision. They will also weigh up other factors, like your medical history and symptoms, and will likely also run further tests to figure out what’s going on.
Genetics can give us useful insights about our health, but they aren’t the only factor that influences it. So even if your results suggest you’re at risk of a particular condition, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll get it.
Completing the test itself takes a few minutes at most. After following the instructions in the kit to register the test, you simply need to provide a small saliva sample using the tube inside the kit. Thhen simply post it back to us—it’s free.
Our accredited labs require 3 weeks to process the sample and complete the analysis. You’ll receive your results in a 188-page online report.
This test analyses the cells within a sample of your saliva. Each cell in the body contains DNA, and from this sample clinical scientists can identify different sequences of DNA in a lab.
Avoid eating, drinking, or smoking at least 30 minutes before providing your saliva sample.
Aside from that, there’s nothing else you need to do.
Genetic tests are accurate in identifying sequences of DNA, provided you don’t eat, drink, or smoke at least 30 minutes before you take your sample.
Our tests follow the highest standards for health service safety and best practice. As well as being CQC registered (this is a quality mark for health services you can trust), we’re UKAS accredited—and all of our labs are, too. We also used advanced encryption to protect your health information.