Understanding Genome Analysis Reports

Genome Analysis

Your genome analysis report consists of tests on health, nutrition and fitness. For each of these tests, we report your genetic predisposition/risk. A genetic predisposition/risk is a genetic characteristic that influences disease/trait development in response to various environmental and lifestyle conditions. The genetic predisposition/risk is categorized into low, medium, high or typical. Following are examples of tests reported in each sections of the report.

Sample Report
Health

Health

If you are assessed with a high genetic risk for Type 2 Diabetes, you will be given recommendations for symptoms to watch, useful dietary and lifestyle modifications for prevention and follow-up biochemical tests for surveillance and early diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes.

Nutrition

Nutrition

If your test results suggest that you are genetically predisposed to have vitamin D deficiency, you will be provided recommendations such as regular consumption of food sources rich in calcium e.g. dairy products as well as surveillance and early diagnosis by regularly checking serum vitamin D levels.

Fitness

Fitness

If your genetic test reports indicate a good endurance, you will be given recommendations to plan work outs for longer duration and/or engage in physical trainings requiring high endurance.
In summary, this report will serve as your roadmap to take informed decisions on health, nutrition and fitness.

Sample Report