Lifegeno is a special report about your DNA that tells you all about your health.
It’s made for people who want to find out more about their well-being and use their genetic information to make better choices for a healthier future.
Knowing your genetic makeup helps you and your healthcare provider understand what you need for personalised healthcare, which can lead to a better and healthier life.
What this test can do for you?
- Learn how your genes affect your overall wellness.
- Understand how your body stores and processes dietary fats.
- Know ifyou have abnormal cholesterol levels.
- Find out your vitamin and mineral intake needs.
- Learn about your macro nutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, fats) requirements.
- Understand your snacking behaviour.
- Discover how your genes influence your appetite and eating habits.
- Find out if your genes affect your ability to lose weight.
- Learn about your food preferences and sensitivities to taste, salt, and drinks
Genetic Process Flow
Swiftly book appointments on our website for a prompt follow-up from us.
We perform comprehensive sample analysis to detect genetic disorders and conditions.
Easy and hassle-free sample collection. Schedule your time, and we will come to you.
Experts meticulously analyze genomic sample data in the lab for valuable insights.
Receive a precise, comprehensive report accessible both online and offline.
Post Report Counselling
Post report generation, we offer counseling to strategize next steps for improved health.
Fitness genomics explains how genes can affect our fitness and health. It explores how certain genetic variations might make some people naturally better at certain physical activities or sports, while others may have a higher risk of certain health conditions.
Genes play a pivotal role in determining our endurance level towards exercise as well as the speed, duration and sustainability of positive outcomes in sports.
- Know how well your body can perform physically and how much endurance it has.
- Know how your body deals with muscle damage and recovery
- Create a workout plan that fits your fitness and health goals
- It helps improve your sports and athletics performance
IVF & PREGNANCY LOSS
Success rate of IVF depends on many factors such as:
- Embryo Implantation
- IVF Failure
- Ovarian Stimulation Response
- Pregnancy Rate
- Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
- Genetic Risk Score identification may help you to take a prior decision
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Nutrition genomics is the study of how our genes influence how our bodies respond to the food we eat. It explores how our genetic makeup can affect our nutritional needs, metabolism, and how different foods can impact our health based on our individual genetic characteristics.
- Nutrilife helps you understand your eating patterns and behaviour.
- It shows your body’s needs for different nutrients and how well it can process them (metabolism).
- It assists in managing your weight effectively.
- Nutrilife helps identify any intolerances or sensitivities you may have towards certain foods.
- It helps in designing a balanced and wholesome nutrition plan tailored to your specific needs.
- Avoid GI disturbances (constipation) poor absorption – Vitamin Deficiencies
- Improves absorption (constipation) poor of minerals
- Genetic Tolerance and sensitivity to different food is not overlooked
- Avoid symptoms related to undetected food intolerance alters metabolism, affect the gut flora
The Aesthetic genomics helps you understand how your genes influence skin health, allergies, ageing signs like wrinkles, tendency to gain weight, and even dental and oral health. The report gives you a risk score to personalise your beauty care.
The Dermatology section focuses on your genetic risk score for traits like tanning ability, vitiligo, psoriasis, eczema, and others related to skin health.
This information helps you make lifestyle changes that suit your skin better.
- Skin health
- Ageing and wrinkles
- Hair care
- Tanning ability
- Skin conditions (e.g., vitiligo, psoriasis, eczema)
ENDOCRINE/ HORMONE GENOMICS
It helps us understand how our genes can affect hormone levels and how our body responds to hormones. This knowledge helps us learn more about hormone-related health problems and find personalised ways to balance our hormones through specific treatments and interventions.
- Targeted Interventions
- Optimal Hormonal Balance
- Hormone-Related Health Conditions
- Precision Medicine
Pharmacogenomics is all about how ourgenes affect how medicines work in our bodies. Our genetic makeup can impact how we process and respond to different drugs. This knowledge helps doctors choose the right medications and doses for each person, making treatments more effective and safer. When you take a drug, it can interact with your body in different ways, depending on how you take it and where it works in your body and your genetic information plays a big role in how your body responds to the drug.
- Drug Receptors
- Drug Uptake
- Drug Removal
- Drug Breakdown
Targeted Drug Development
Pharmacogenomics is a way to create drugs that focus on the root cause of a problem instead of just treating the symptoms. It helps to modify medications based on how specific genetic mutations impact proteins in the body making treatments more effective and precise
Genomics in gastrointestinal care refers to the use of genetic information to better understand how our genes can influence the digestive system’s health and function.
It involves studying the genetic factors that can affect GI conditions, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and other digestive disorders.
- Early Diagnosis
- Personalised Treatment Targeted Therapies
- Improved Management
- Irritation free lifestyle
Unlocking the Secrets of Immune Health!
Immunogenomics is the groundbreaking discipline that explores the relationship between our genetic makeup and the immune system’s response.
Thanks to Immunogenomics, we can now decode your immune code by identifying genetic factors that influence your susceptibility to diseases, allergic reactions, and autoimmune disorders.
Neurogenomics helps understanding the genetic basis of neurological disorders. Understanding a patient’s genetic profile can help identify specific genetic risk factors for neurological diseases, predict disease progression, and even assess responses to certain treatments.
This information can guide clinicians in tailoring treatment plans to individual patients, leading to more effective and targeted therapies.
Genomics has implications beyond the clinic, extending to genetic counselling for individuals and families with a history of neurological disorders.
Genetic testing can help identify individuals who may carry genetic risk factors for certain conditions, allowing them to make informed decisions about family planning and potential preventive measures.
Neurogenomics can help in:
- Precision Therapy
- Gene Editing
- Gene Therapy
- Disease Prevention
INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND GENOMICS
Infectious diseases are quite common and severity of the disease are depending on the genetic content in us.
- Bacterial Infection