FAQs

Genetic testing is a type of medical test that identifies changes in chromosomes, genes, or proteins. The results of a genetic test can suspect the genetic condition or help to determine a person's chance of developing or passing on a genetic disorder.

  • We help people to know and understand their genetic makeup
  • We offer non-invasive DNA testing through saliva for screening of genetic conditions
  • We help individuals to predict risk factors of various diseases
  • We test, understand and counsel for your better health
  • We provide customization of nutrition and medicine therapy
  • We also provide personalized supplementation according to individual genetic makeup for staying younger scientifically for very first time
  • We help people to make careful and thoughtful decisions regarding their own and family's health
  • We help you to prevent the occurrences of health issues

  • It eliminates the uncertainty surrounding your health
  • For maintaining good health and longevity
  • To prevent risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancers etc.
  • To achieve your fitness goals and to lose fat and gain muscles
  • Identification of gene that can be passed on to children
  • To recognize your lactose, gluten and other sensitivities
  • We provide personalized skin care to slow down the ageing process
  • We detect the risk of breast cancer and ovarian cancer
  • To analyse response of the drug on the body
  • To analyse ancestry and migration patterns

  • The Genetic testing is done through saliva, the test identifies the weak genetic markers and provide information about the mutation and variation or risk for certain disease and conditions.
  • The results are usually sent within 4-6 weeks on app or website.

  • Genetic counseling provides information and support to people who have, or may be at risk for, genetic disorders.

Genetic counselors are an important part of the healthcare team. They work with patients and their families to help them understand genetic testing, guide them through the process and help them to understand their genetic testing results. Genetic counsellors play a key role in educating about inheritance, testing, management, prevention, resources and research to relevant individuals or families and healthcare providers and assist in establishing standards of practice.

  • Saliva collection is a non-invasive, easy to collect method. Saliva contains sufficient amount of DNA. Also saliva is stable at room temperature hence no specific condition is required for storage.