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Intro Whole Genome Sequencing for Nutrition and Fitness (4X)

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Intro Whole Genome Sequencing for Nutrition and Fitness (4X)

Intro Whole Genome Sequencing for Nutrition and Fitness (4X)

$129.00 $199.00 saving $70.00
description
  • Coverage 4X for Nutrition and Fitness
  • Upgrade to 30X Whole Genome at anytime in the future
  • Not for medical use
  • Raw Data available free of charge (FASTQ, BAM and VCF)
  • Sequenced in our own new European Sequencing Center

What reports you get

Nutrition

Design a Personalized Diet based on your Whole Genome with insights on what vitamins and nutrients and food are the best for you based on your genomic makeup

25 Conditions (tap here)

  1. Metabolism
  2. Obesity
  3. Vitamin A
  4. Vitamin B2
  5. Vitamin B6
  6. Vitamin B12
  7. Vitamin C
  8. Vitamin D
  9. Vitamin E
  10. Monounsaturated fats intake
  11. Polyunsaturated fats intake
  12. Blood levels of omega-6 and omega-3
  13. Eating between meals
  14. Hunger feeling
  15. Satiety after eating
  16. Dietary disinhibition
  17. Eating desire Sweet food craving
  18. Caffeine metabolism
  19. Bitter taste
  20. Sweet taste
  21. Lactose intolerance
  22. Alcohol flush
  23. Post dietary weight regain
  24. Adiponectin levels
  25. Folate

Fitness

Choose the best training for you based on your whole genome. Discover how your genetic variants impact your fitness, sport activities and performance.

28 Conditions (tap here)

  1. Endurance Workout
  2. Strength Workout
  3. Maximum capacity for oxygen consumption (VO2MAX)
  4. Muscle Strength
  5. Tendinopathy
  6. Physical Activity in Weight Loss
  7. Blood Pressure Response to Physical Activity
  8. HDL (good) Cholesterol Response to Physical Activity
  9. Loss of Body Fat Response to Physical Activity
  10. Insulin Sensitivity Response to Physical Activity
  11. Injury Risk
  12. Sodium
  13. Calcium
  14. Post Exercise Recovery
  15. Cruciate Ligament Rupture
  16. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  17. Shoulder Dislocation
  18. Stress Fracture Period Prevalence
  19. Rotator Cuff Disease
  20. Muscle Cramps
  21. Increase of Glucose Uptake in Response to Exercise
  22. Body Mass Index
  23. Osmotic Stress
  24. Exercise-induced Myopathy
  25. Sprint
  26. Potassium Balance (K)
  27. Creatine Kinase
  28. Quadriceps Strength

How it works