This Fitgenes DNA Health Report will give you a unique insight into how your body responds to diet, exercise and lifestyle. This allows you to make the best choices for a long and healthy life
The Carb Choice AMY 1 Gene Test takes the guess work out of what your body needs nutritionally. This DNA test will reveal your tolerance to starch in carbohydrates by testing the AMY 1 salivary amylase gene.
It’s true you can’t change your genes but you can definitely affect their expression and therefore influence your health and wellbeing dramatically. This allows you to make the best nutrition, exercise and lifestyle choices
Why Fitgenes Genetic Screening Is Best For You
Fitgenes test key genetic markers that independent research has verified , can influence health in a positive way.
The information in the report is presented in a clear and concise manner so you can easily understand the results. The report also includes scientifically verified information so you can be totally confident in the accuracy and the relevance of your results.
Fitgenes include extra reporting on what exercise, foods, supplementation and lifestyle considerations would be beneficial to you based on your unique DNA. Again this is reported in an easy to understand way so you can confidently move towards a healthier future.
23andMe Gene Test Interpretation Report
If you have a 23andme gene report and are not sure what it all means I can assist you with the interpretation. Your report can be changed into an easy to understand format so you can utilise the information fully.
Receiving Information on your genes can be confusing and concerning, so it is important to be able to understand the health implications and know what you can do to make your genes work for you in a positive way.
If I Have Fat Genes Am I Destined To Become Fat?
As with all genes we know they are not necessarily your destiny but knowing you have certain gene variants can help you make the best decision with diet and exercise
The FTO gene which is considered the fat gene is tested in the Health and Wellbeing profile.Variations in this gene can influence hunger and how the body responds to food.
Genetic Testing for Disease Predisposition
Reducing your risk of chronic disease is something you don’t often think about until there is some kind of health event that affects you or someone close to you.
More importantly it also tells you the kinds of foods, supplements, exercise and lifestyle choices which will help you to move away from the risk zone.
What Is Epigenetics?
- -The food you eat
- -The stress in your life
- -The chemicals you are exposed to
- -The quality of your sleep
- -If you exercise and the type of exercise
- -Where you live
- -The people you surround yourself with
- -The use of medications and drugs
- -The use of supplements
Functional Medicine Testing
This form of Medicine drills down to the actual cause of disease processes, therefore highlighting what steps are necessary for you to move towards wellness.
It is a scientific approach looking at the individual biochemistry of your body along with diet and lifestyle considerations.
- Adrenal Cortex Stress
- Complete Microbiome Mapping
- Comprehensive Thyroid Profile
- Hair Mineral Analysis
- MTFR Gene Mutation
- SIBO Breath Test
- Organic Acids Profile
- Comprehensive Stools Analysis
- Dutch Hormone Test
Our Happy Clients
“It’s amazing how something as easy as a swab taken from the inside of your mouth, can give so much information. It’s a unique window into how your body works. I have been able to make some positive changes to my life knowing that what I am doing is the best for my health.” – Donna Ramlose Rotorua
“Doing the gene tests has literally changed my life and my health. I decided to do both genetic profiles to give me as much information as possible. Knowing my own genetic strengths and weaknesses is so empowering. I now know what kinds of things I need to do to be the healthiest I can be. The reports gave me info on foods, exercise and also what supplements would benefit me. I can target my exercise training more effectively and not waste money on vitamins I don’t need, but focus on what would benefit me the most. I thoroughly recommend both gene profiles.” – Brooke Houghton Wellington