What is DNA

In humans genetic information, also known as our genome, can be described as the ‘Book of Life’.

This book can be thought of as being made up of two volumes, each volume of the book is given to an individual by one of their parents. Our bodies are made up of millions of cells. Each cell contains a complete copy of an individual’s genetic ‘Book of Life’.

What is DNA Testing

Genetic testing is a type of medical test that identifies changes in chromosomes, genes, or proteins. The results of a genetic test can confirm or rule out a suspected genetic condition or help determine a person’s chance of developing or passing on a genetic disorder.

Why DNA Testing

The genes in our DNA provide the instructions for proteins, which are the building blocks of the cells that make up our body. There may be small variations (changes) in our genes that can affect how our bodies grow and develop.

The key to good health is a good lifestyle and good genes. Problems start to arise, when gene-environmental factors are not favourable. The good news is you can delay and even avoid onset of such diseases by adopting healthy habits and a clean lifestyle. But how do you know what habits and lifestyle choices are best for you, that's where we come in!

Benefits of DNA Testing

DNA Testing is a revolutionary trend in healthcare that is here to stay, to reshape medicine and medical advice.

DNA based medical information will help you
  • Know predispositions to serious genetic illnesses
  • Know how your unique body functions
  • Understanding what’s best for your body to remain fit and healthy
  • Know potential risk of getting lifestyle diseases in the future
  • Know what nutrition and diet is best suited for your body
  • Know how strong is your immunity to defend against deadly infectious disease