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Our Panels Make The Difference makes available both Comprehensive Panels and Individual panels to meet different health objectives. Genes included in the panels have been identified by world-renowned researchers and genetic tests outcome are based on the most robust scientific evidence. This ensures the success rate of the personalized program designed and aligned to your unique genetic profile. 

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Genes associated with Health and determining Disease Propensity


Genes associated with Nutrients and Dietary requirements


Genes associated with achieving optimum level of Physical Fitness

Every person is unique and it is our GENES that make everyone unique.

The key to success lies in designing a Personalized program aligned to your own


Listen to what your GENES have to say and not to what others say 

What will you get to know?

Genetic Testing will provide you insights on your body condition and the effort that needs to be put in by an individual to achieve sustainable long term benefits


Nutrient / Effort / Exercise required to achieve optimum health & fitness

Changes in Gene expression due to Environment / Existing Lifestyle

Genotype variations contributing to disease propencity
/ Nutrient metabolism

What insights will you get?

Our different nutrigenomic panels will help you understand how your body feels from within. It is like holding a mirror inside your body to make personalized, precise and informed decisions regarding health, fitness, wellness and immunity management  





  • Diabetes Management

  • Vascular & CVD Management

  • Bone and Muscle Health

  • Organ Health

  • Macro and Macro Nutrient Requirement

  • Weight Management

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  • Injury Risk

  • Exercise Responsiveness

  • Endurance and Power

  • Flexibility

  • Body Composition

  • Time and Type of Exercise

  • Intensity of Exercise

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  • Food Intolerances

  • Food Sensitivities

  • Methylation

  • Cellular Inflammation

  • Oxidative Stress

  • Detoxification

  • Gastric Distress

  • Macro and Micro Nutrients to boost Immunity

  • Infection risk and severity

  • Proteins Vs Carbs Vs Fats for immunity

  • Antioxidants for Immunity

  • Vit D & Vit B for Immunity

  • Anti-inflammatory foods for Immunity

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Our Different Genomic Panels


Health Genomics Panel

  • Helps to identify genetic weaknesses and strengths affecting overall health

  • Helps to predict tendencies of metabolic imbalances 

  • Provides guidelines for Nutrition, Diet and Exercise management

  • Reduces risk of disease onset and helps manage stubborn disease conditions

Individuals suffering from or having a family history of lifestyle diseases like

  • Cardiovascular diseases

  • Type II Diabetes

  • Hypertension

  • Fatigue

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • What is a DNA?
    DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms. Every cell in a person’s body has the same DNA. The information in DNA is stored as a code made up of four chemical bases: adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and thymine (T). Human DNA consists of about 3 billion bases, and more than 99 percent of those bases are the same in all people. The order, or sequence, of these bases determines the information available for building and maintaining an organism, similar to the way in which letters of the alphabet appear in a certain order to form words and sentences.
  • What is a Gene?
    A gene is the basic physical and functional unit of heredity. Genes are made up of DNA. Genes carry the basic instructions or code to make molecules called proteins. However, many genes do not code for proteins. In humans, genes vary in size from a few hundred DNA bases to more than 2 million bases. An international research effort called the Human Genome Project, which worked to determine the sequence of the human genome and identify the genes that it contains, estimated that humans have between 20,000 and 25,000 genes.
  • What is impact of Gene variants on health and development?
    Genes create proteins. Proteins in turn carry out different functions for a a cell to function properly. Genetic variation prevents one or more proteins from working properly. Change in gene instruction can cause a protein glitch or not be produced at all. Alteration of a protein that plays a critical role in the body, can disrupt normal development or cause a health condition. A condition caused by variants in one or more genes is called a genetic disorder.
  • What is Epigenetics?
    Epigenetics determines how cells control gene activity. This changes happen over and above the genetic code present without changing the DNA sequence. Epigenetic changes are modifications to DNA that regulate whether genes are up-regulated (turned on) or down-regulated (turned off). These modifications are attached to DNA and do not change the sequence of DNA building blocks. All these modifications that regulate the activity (expression) of the genes is known as the epigenetics. Errors in the epigenetic process leads to abnormal gene activity or inactivity. Altered gene activity is a common cause of genetic disorders. Conditions such as cancers, metabolic disorders, and degenerative disorders have been found to be related to epigenetic errors.
  • What is Genetic Testing?
    Genetic testing, also known as genomic profiling is used to identify and assess the underlying genetic information of an individual. Such tests guide Doctors and Nutrigenomics counsellor about the predisposition of a disease or genetic condition in a person. Genomic profiling helps in determining the propensity or probability of developing or passing on a condition in an individual such as diabetes, PCOS, cardiac issues, weight loss/gain efficiency and much more.
  • What is Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics
    Nutrigenomics is an area of nutrition science studying how genome-diet interactions influence individuals’ and populations’ response to food, disease susceptibility, and population health. Though the term technically refers to the influence nutrients have on genome expression, it may also refer to how a person’s genome affects the way their body reacts to certain foods when consumed. Nutrigenetics is the scientific area that identifies the role of DNA sequence variation in response to nutrients. what traits can be modified by what we eat, how we act, and how to make these changes. Our genetic make-up consists of numerous genetic markers, mainly SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms) which do not change throughout our lives. We are born with this “genetic fingerprint”. Changes to our SNPs means presence of a genetic variation that can impact
  • What sample is used for Nutrigenomic Testing?
    For Nutrigenomics testing the patient has the choice to either give a saliva or blood sample. Saliva samples collection is the most preferred choice due to ease of collection and non-invasiveness. However, if you are uncomfortable with saliva collection, you can choose to give a blood sample (Provided it is done under medical supervision). We provide you with a sample collection kit. Either the sample can be collected immediately after pre-test counselling (most preferred) or we can provide you with the kit which we can later collect from your home.
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