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GENETIC SCREENING( The life time screening for you and your loved ones )

Genetic Screening uses genomics technologies to detect known genetic mutations, as also known as genetic markers, in your DNA. These markers are associated with common and rare genetic illnesses or disorders. Genetic markers may also indicate the potential for you to have adverse reactions towards certain types of food and drugs. It can indicate predispositions towards certain illnesses. Many genetic diseases can be detected early, before even symptoms appear. Infectious diseases can also be detected using the genetic screening.

 Three Types of Genetic Screening conducted at Spectrum of Life

 1)   Genetic  Screening for  Wellness and Fitness 

This test screens across 139 genes in your DNA and identifies relevant genetic markers which play an important role in influencing your health and wellness

Here in SOL, screens for genetic markers that are associated with:

·         Response towards nutrition and dietary supplements

·         Metabolism of nutrients

·         Weight Management

·         Cellular detoxification

·         Antioxidant capacity

·         Response to exercise

·         Susceptibility towards injuries related to physical activities

Based on the result, the Senior Naturopath will be able to develop a personalized wellness management plan that emphasizes: 

a)      Healthy Lifestyle Habits

b)      Proper Nutrition

c)      Effective physical activity


 2)   Genetic Screening for Children

 SOL child screens your child’s DNA for the following illness or conditions:

·         Allergic Rhinitis

·         Dyslexia

·         Epilepsy

·         Early speech impairment

·         ADHD

·         Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

·         Obesity (Childhood Onset)

·         Ulcerative Colitis

And many more...


 3)   Genetic Screening for Cardiovascular Diseases

 Common risk factors for CVD

·         Occurrence of premature coronary heart disease in family members (In male first degree relative <55 or female first degree relative <65)

·         Hypertension (BP>-140/90 or on antihypertensive medication)

·         Low HDL cholesterol

·         Diabetes

·         Cigarette Smoking

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