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myFatgene DNA test & Report

myFatgene DNA test & Report

Are you a 'Grazer', a 'Snacker' or a 'Comfort Eater'?

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The FTO gene holds the greatest known genetic influence over body weight.
myFatGene is a DNA test that analyses a variation in this gene that has received so much publicity it has been cast by the media as the ‘fatgene’.
Take the test and find out whether you are a 'Grazer', a 'Snacker', or a 'Comfort Eater' and what that means for you in terms of healthy weight management. 

What to expect: 
  • In-house genetic test;

  • Comprehensive myFatGene report which includes 30 pages of specific dietary and lifestyle tips and suggestions for your FTO genotype to assist you with your healthy weight management goals.

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Some interesting facts about our approach

Why do we use both blood and genetic data?

By using both blood data and genetic information, we can create a more comprehensive and personalized health plan that takes into account an individual's current health status, risk factors, and potential for future health problems. This can lead to earlier detection and intervention for health conditions, which can ultimately improve health outcomes.

Why do we update our reports in real time?

Staying updated on health research is important for several reasons:

Advances in medical knowledge: Health research is constantly advancing and new discoveries are made all the time. Keeping up-to-date with the latest research can help you make informed decisions about your health and wellness.

Better treatment options: New research can lead to the development of new treatments and therapies that are more effective and have fewer side effects. Keeping up with the latest research can help you find the best treatment options for your specific health conditions.

Improved health outcomes: By staying informed about the latest health research, you can be proactive in taking steps to maintain or improve your health. For example, if you know about a new study linking a certain food to a reduced risk of a certain condition, you can incorporate that food into your diet to potentially lower your risk.

Personal empowerment: Keeping up with health research can give you a better understanding of your health and the options available to you, which can help you make more informed decisions about your care.

Why do we avoid excipients?

Excipients are inactive ingredients in medication that serve various purposes, such as to improve the stability, appearance, or administration of the active ingredient. While some excipients are considered safe for most people, others can cause adverse reactions in some individuals, especially in those who are sensitive or have certain medical conditions.

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