Test Code: DTWEL

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ProGene Wellness

This test screens across 154 genes in your DNA and identifies relevant genetic markers which play an important role in influencing your health and wellness. The results provide a profile of your genetic health and wellness. This information will assist you and your doctor, or wellness practitioner, to develop a personalised wellness management plan that emphasizes healthy lifestyle habits, proper nutrition, effective physical activity and preventive interventions.

Health and Wellness test screens 154 genes in your DNA for genetic markers associated with the following:

Eye Health – Carotene and vitamin A metabolism
Heart Health – Homocysteine metabolism, salt sensitivity high blood pressure and inflammatory response
Metabolic Health – Hyperglycaemia, carbohydrate metabolism, insulin resistance
and metabolic syndrome, and inflammatory response
Antioxidative Ability – Vitamin C, Vitamin E, selenium and coenzyme Q10
Liver Function – Detoxification phase 1 and 2, and steroid metabolism
Vitality – Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12 and coenzyme Q10
Dietary Sensitivities – Caffeine metabolism, lactose intolerance, and omega 3 and 6 balance
Others – Melanin metabolism

Fitness – Endurance and exercise intensity
Stamina – Oxygen uptake and utilization
Muscle Performance – Energy utilization
Weight Management – Obesity, and metabolism of lipids (adiponectin, HDL, LDL, total cholesterol and triglyceride)
Mental Health – Stress sensitivity
Physiological Response – Pain sensitivity and inflammatory response

Bone Health – Osteoporotic fracture, Vitamin D and Calcium metabolism
Connective Tissue Health – Tendon and ligament injuries and collagen metabolism
Age-Related Joint Health – Osteoarthritis
Sports-Induced Risks – Sudden cardiac arrest
Head injury: concussion – Soft tissue and exercise-induced muscle injury

Test Methodology:

Buccal swab sample from your inner cheek and send it to our laboratory.

Specimen Required: 

Buccal Swab

Turnaround Time : 

Maximum to 8 weeks