myDNA Comprehensive Health Report
This test covers an extensive 92 genes, and 113 SNP’s across various health categories including Digestion, Energy, Hormones, Stress & Cognitive Performance, Inflammation & Longevity, Athletic Performance, DNA Protection & Repair, and Detoxification.

The myDNA test covers an extensive 92 genes, and 113 SNP’s across the following categories:

  • Digestion
  • Energy
  • Hormones
  • Stress & Cognitive Performance
  • Methylation
  • Inflammation
  • Athletic Performance
  • DNA Protection & Repair
  • Detoxification

The myDNA report includes a genetic strength and weaknesses summary for each section helps to identify key focus areas for health. Also included is a personalised list that highlights good sources of macro and micronutrient requirements, and suggested blood tests to further analyse certain findings from the DNA test.

A sample of the myDNA report can be viewed here: demo

What we test
MyDNA Comprehensive Health Report
Please refer to your attached pdf lab report for your results. Specifically refer to the Strengths and Weaknesses sections of your report. If you are looking for a brief summary of the most important parts of your report without doing a deep dive into the genotype tables and clinical research sections, this is the place to start. Refer to the 'Your Personalised DNA-Based Grocery List" section which provides an actionable summary of what you can do, right now, to improve gene function, building a happier, healthier you. Your grocery list is generated based on a combination of unique gene variants that require an increased intake of the following vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, amino acids, fibre and more. This list generates the foods and drinks based on the highest levels for each section and does not take into account any food allergies or sensitivities. Also refer to the 'Personalised Blood Work' section for guidance on further testing specific to your genetics.
Genetic Variations of Note
Research indicates that specific genetic variations are associated with a higher likelihood of developing Alzheimer's disease, hemochromatosis, or celiac disease. These conditions are prevalent among individuals with certain genotypes, highlighting the importance of understanding genetic predispositions in disease susceptibility.
Test instructions
Your test kit and all instructions are posted directly to you, and there is no need to visit a collection centre.
Mail your sample back to the lab using the prepaid envelope and packaging.
calendar-instructions instruction-kit
Results for this test available in 21-24 business days from being received at the lab and will be published in your online dashboard.
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