Lifetime Genetics Program - Comprehensive

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Comprehensive Welocity Lifetime Genetics Program with Gene Banking













Lifetime Genetics Program comprises of the following 38 Phenotype (Parameters)

  • 1

    Lifetime Risk for Vitamin A Deficiency & Hypothyroidism

    Are you suffering from hypothyroidism or other conditions like liver disorders, high LDL cholesterol, loss of pancreatic β-cell mass, vision problems, low resistance to infections, weight gain, skin problems, brittle teeth and inflammation? Did you know that these symptoms among others can be caused by Vitamin A deficiency? Hence find out your lifetime risk based on your genetics. Pay attention particularly if you are a vegetarian since vegetarians carry a greater risk. Also find out targeted solutions if you carry the unfavorable genetic variant.

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    Lifetime Risk for Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    Are you absorbing adequate amount of B12 from foods? Does your body have problem in absorbing Vitamin B12? Did you know that people with diabetes are more prone for Vitamin B12 deficiency? And importantly, did you know that your genotype can identify the root cause of your Vitamin B12 deficiency and help in determining your base line risk, unlike a blood test? Based on research, find out which foods would assist you in absorption of Vitamin B12 and exactly what quantity of Vitamin B12 supplementation your body needs?

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    Lifetime Risk for vitamin D Deficiency

    Are you afraid of getting Osteoporosis? Did you know that your genes play a vital role in transporting Vitamin D in your bloodstream to where it is needed? In fact, you may be suffering from Vitamin-D deficiency in spite of having normal levels of Vitamin-D in your blood test results. Hence, find out the root cause of your Vitamin-D deficiency related health conditions such as muscle weakness, fatigue, osteoporosis etc. Also, Vitamin-D deficiency can increase your risk for diabetes.

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    Gluten Intolerance

    Did you know that some people have an autoimmune reaction when they consume foods such as roti, bread etc. that contains gluten (wheat, barley or rye)? Find out if you are allergic to wheat, barley or rye? Did you know that your villi in the small intestine can get inflamed and cause mal-absorption of other essential nutrients causing all sorts of health conditions? Did you know that gluten intolerance can hinder weight loss? Find out if you should be going on a gluten free diet.

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    Lactose Intolerance

    Do you love milk, ice cream and other dairy products? Did you know that lactose (natural sugar found in milk and dairy products) can create health challenges such as burps, gas, bloating, nausea, diarrhea, belly pain and even cramps, if not digested by your body? Find out if your small intestine is making enough of lactase, an enzyme that breaks down or digest lactose? Find out if you are sensitive to milk and dairy and can your body digests milk and other dairy products?

  • 6

    Blood Pressure & Heart Attack Response to Caffeine

    Did you know that based on your genotype consuming caffeine (found in coffee, aerated drinks, chocolates etc.) can cause a heart attack and high blood pressure / hypertension? Find out what causes heart attack and hyper tension and how to prevent it?

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    Hypertension Reversal

    Hypertension Risk and potential reversal therapy (Blood Pressure): Can you reverse hypertension? Did you know that many land mark clinical studies have shown that based on your genetic profile you may be able to use nutrition based target reversal therapy that can help you significantly lower your blood pressure and potentially get you off anti-hypertensive medication?

  • 8

    Cholesterol & Lipid Profile

    Are you genetically predisposed to increased bad cholesterol? Bad cholesterol can contribute to formation of plaques that increases your risk for coronary heart diseases. Do you have an increased risk for hypertriglyceridemia (a condition in which triglyceride levels are elevated and is a common disorder caused or exacerbated by uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, obesity, and sedentary habits) and dyslipidaemia (a risk factor for coronary artery diseases)? Dyslipidaemia is elevation of plasma cholesterol, triglycerides (TGs), or both, or a low high-density lipoprotein level that contributes to the development of atherosclerosis.

  • 9

    Triglyceride Response to EPA

    Find out if you can lower your triglycerides by over 60% based on your genotype. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is one of several omega-3 fatty acids. It is found in cold-water fatty fish, such as salmon and fish oil supplements, along with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Getting more EPA in your diet has positive effects on coronary heart disease, high triglycerides (fats in the blood), high blood pressure, and inflammation. In individuals with a particular genetic variant, EPA has a more beneficial effect in lowering triglycerides!

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    Homocysteine Risk (Folate metabolism pathway):

    Are you at risk for high homocysteine levels that can cause countless diseases? Homocysteine is an unwanted amino acid that is converted to methionine (an important amino acid) in the body. Methylated Tetra Hydro Folate (MTHF) plays an vital role in converting homocysteine to methionine. Find out if your body is converting enough Folate to MTHF in order to prevent buildup of homocysteine in your body. Also get to know whether folic acid is the correct solution to this problem.

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    Insulin Sensitivity (Diabetes Risk)

    Are you likely to get diabetes? Insulin sensitivity is the relationship between how much insulin needs to be produced in order to deposit a certain amount of glucose in your body. Insulin resistance (IR) is generally regarded as a pathological condition in which cells fail to respond to the normal actions of the hormone insulin. How can you prevent Insulin Resistance with targeted nutrition? Which supplements can help you lower your diabetes risk? Find out whether foods with low or medium Glycemic Index are favorable for you!

  • 12

    HBA1C Response to Fiber

    Did you know that fiber can be harmful in managing your HBA1c levels? HbA1c refers to glycated hemoglobin (A1c), which identifies average plasma glucose concentration. For people with diabetes this is important as the higher the HbA1c, the greater the risk of developing diabetes-related complications. Generally, individuals with high HbA1c levels are given a high fiber diet. Dietary fibre refers to a group of compounds found in plant-based foods that cannot be digested by the human body. But this can have a negative effect on some individuals, find out is that individual is you.

  • 13

    Metformin Response

    Did you know that metformin hampers absorption of Vitamin B12 in the long run? Metformin is a diabetes medication known as Biguanide. For diabetics and individuals consuming metformin, it is imperative to know if your body’s methylation cycle is functioning swiftly. Some people are at greater risk, when they consume metformin, for Vitamin B12 deficiency if they are not supplementing with the correct form of the vitamin. Should you go on insulin shots instead?

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    Wholegrain Response to Glucose

    Did you know that the protective effectiveness of whole grains can be negated in some people? Find out How? Generally, individuals with high blood glucose levels are given a high whole grain diet. Whole grains or foods made from them contain all the essential parts and naturally-occurring nutrients of the entire grain in their original proportions. Many studies suggest that by controlling your whole grain consumption based on your genotype, you can modulate your risk for type II diabetes.

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    Obesity Risk

    Does your body have a genetic tendency to gain weight, especially belly fat, hips, buts, thighs and underarms? Did you know that obesity can increase the risk of many other life threatening diseases such as diabetes, cardio vascular disease etc.? Did you know that 40% to 70% of your predisposition to obesity is inherited? Find out the foods and exercise strategies that can assist you manage your ideal body weight.

  • 16

    Appetite Response to Ginger Supplementation

    Find out how you may be able to regulate your appetite. Did you know that eating ginger helps some people to lose weight by controlling appetite? Controlling your appetite is a very important strategy for weight loss. Genetically some individuals are unable to know when they are full and hence strategies like taking ginger may help curb an individual’s appetite preventing them from obesity and its related diseases.

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    Ideal Weight loss Diet

    Find out which diet type is most effective for you based on your genetic profile. How much carbs do your body need? Will a low carb diet or a low fat diet be more effective for you? What foods suit one person may not always suit everyone and what suits everyone may not help you achieve your goals in terms of weight loss. Get to know how efficiently your body process carbs and fats and based on that information decide what foods suit your body and not the general public.

  • 18

    Resting Metabolic Rate

    Did you know that on an average 50% - 75% of one’s daily energy expenditure is attributed towards their Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)? Find out if you are genetically susceptible to a higher or lower RMR. Wouldn’t it be great to optimize your body to burn more calories while resting? Find out effective strategies to boost your metabolism? Get to know what time of the day would be best suited for your body to work out to get the best results.

  • 19

    Weight Regain Risk

    Do you tend to regain weight eventually in spite of controlling your food habits and regular exercise? Most of the obese population suffer from the Yo – Yo effect, which is more harmful to your body than just maintaining the higher body weight. The Yo – Yo effect is when an obese person loses weight and regains it post the diet. In order to rid of those lost kilos find out what you can do about it below.

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    Ideal Weight Maintenance Diet Type

    What can I do to prevent weight regain? Find out how to precisely control and prevent weight regain in the long run? You try hard for 3 or 6 months to lose a couple of kilos by unsustainable dieting and exercising and once that stops a few of those lost kilos find a way back into your body. Now you can stop that from happening by simply knowing which diet genetically suits your body type to prevent weight regain.

  • 21

    BMI Response to Dieting (600 K Calorie Deficit)

    Find out if you are a high responder or a poor responder to dieting (600 K Calorie deficit) in terms of lowering your BMI (Body Mass Index)? Will eating less calories be effective in losing weight? Most diets today restrict the calories for individuals which makes them hungry and hence more likely to cheat and eat calorie dense foods. If calorie restriction isn’t going to help you lose weight then why put yourself through restriction?

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    Are your genes making you overeat? Satiety can be described as the feeling of being full. Satiety lasts until the recovery of hunger and readiness for the next meal. Overeating once or twice when you see Gulab Jamun or a cup cake is human nature. But feeling like you’ve over eaten after almost every meal is a genetic problem. Find out how to prevent over eating with research based targeted nutrition therapy.

  • 23

    Food Desire & Emotional Eating

    Have you noticed if you tend to overeat in an attempt to control, monitor or cope with negativity, sadness or depression? Since the strongest food cravings usually hit when one is at the weakest emotionally, you may turn to food for comfort - consciously or unconsciously - when facing a difficult problem, feeling stressed or even feeling bored, which may often lead to poor self-esteem, unwanted weight gain, and obesity. Do you find yourself more addicted to food and even alcohol and smoking when you're sad or depressed? Find out what can you do about it?

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    BMI Response to PUFA

    Did you know that consuming Omega 3 can provide added benefit to some people by helping them reduce weight and lower diabetes risk? Polyunsaturated fatty acids are important in one’s diet, especially omega 3s which are missed out in diets of individuals who are vegetarian as it is mainly present in fish and fish oils. Also, find out the ration in which you need to consume omega 6 : omega 3 to keep inflammation in check.

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    BMI Reponse to MUFA

    Did you know that a high MUFA diet is more harmful for some people based on the genetic profile? Can Olive oil and other MUFA oils make you gain weight? Olive oil and avocado oil are few of the popular Monounsaturated Fatty Acids (MUFA) in the market today. But many individuals don’t know that it’s not beneficial to use olive oil for cooking! Also, in spite the health benefits some individuals’ BMI may respond negatively to olive oil type fats and hence they need to limit the intake.

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    BMI Response to Saturated Fat

    How bad is processed food (high in saturated fats) for you? Find out what is your upper limit to prevent weight gain? Are saturated fats the bad fats or the good fats for your body. Initially saturated fats earned a bad reputation and it was recommended to avoid these fats. Recently, saturated fats have earned the best reputation amongst all three types of fats. But will your BMI respond positively or negatively to ghee and butter?

  • 27

    Adiponectin Levels (Fat Burning Hormone)

    Do you have a hormone imbalance that is causing weight gain? Adiponectin regulates metabolism of lipids and glucose, influences the body’s response to insulin and has an anti-inflammatory effect on the cell linings of the walls of the blood vessels. Low levels of adiponectin are normally found in obese people, increasing their risk for insulin resistance, cardiovascular diseases. Is your body producing enough of its natural fat burning hormone? Do you want to know how to use targeted nutrition therapy to stimulate its production?

  • 28

    Testosterone Harmone Regulation

    Are you genetically predisposed to low testosterone levels? Low levels of testosterone leads to deterioration in the muscle mass and increased frailty. Increase in testosterone increases protein synthesis, inhibits protein breakdown, activates satellite cells, and stimulate other anabolic hormones which leads to gain in muscle mass. Find out if obesity reduces your testosterone levels? If yes, how can you boost it?

  • 29

    Ideal Weight Loss Exercise Strategy

    Should I focus on high intensity or low intensity workouts? Will running or jogging daily be more effective? Find out if walking every day is enough for you to lose weight? Intensity is measured in terms of heart rate while performing a particular exercise. Higher the heart rate while performing a exercise for example skipping or sprinting, higher is the intensity of that exercise. For some individuals high intensity is the only way to beat obesity. Find out the intensity you need to lose weight.

  • 30

    ACTN3 Profile (Power Vs Endurance)

    Did you know that your genes affect your athletic ability, your muscle stiffness and the type of your skeletal muscle fibers? Find out if you have genetic variants associated with elite power athletes or elite endurance athletes. Find out if you are better suited for endurance oriented activities or better suited for sprinting / power activities.

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    Motivation to Train

    Do you give up or discontinue walking, yoga, exercise /work out plans that you started so enthusiastically half way through your training? How motivated are you? Find out, if you really need a personal trainer or someone else to hold you accountable for your daily physical activities.

  • 32

    Ankle Injury (Achilles Tendinopathy)

    Are your genes causing an increased stiffness and reduced flexibility in your muscles? Do you have a genetic risk for ankle injuries?

  • 33

    Knee Injury (Anterior Cruciate Ligament)

    Are your genes causing an undesirable structural change in your ligaments? ACL is an important internal stabilizer of the knee joint, restraining hyperextension. An ACL injury is the over-stretching or tearing of this ligament in the knees, this can be very painful and it takes a long time to heal. For individuals in sports and fitness, the knee is one of the most important joints and a knee injury can prevent you from playing for a long while. So find out if you have a genetic risk for knee injury?

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    Muscle Damage & Exercise Recovery Time

    How much recovery time do you need between exercises to prevent muscle damage? In muscles and adipose tissue, the release of IL6 has both pro and anti-inflammatory impacts and is an essential component for muscle repair, may contribute to hypertrophy, and could be involved in glucose and lipid metabolism. Get to know your levels of inflammation in order to incorporate the ideal breaks required by your muscles between consecutive sets of exercises and between sessions of exercises.

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    Risk of Muscle Cramps

    Calves, Quadriceps, Hamstrings & ligament Injury: Are your genes causing reduced tensile strength and increased stiffness of your ligaments in your calves, hamstrings and quadriceps? Exercise Associated Muscle Cramping is defined as a syndrome of involuntary painful skeletal muscle spasms that occurs during or immediately after physical exercise. It is common among athletes participating in long-distance endurance events such as triathlon and marathon, and many other sports like basketball, football, tennis, cricket, cycling. One of the inherent risk factors for EAMC is genetics. Find out if you have a genetic risk for getting muscle cramps?

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    Aerobic Capacity Enhancement

    Did you know that some people can actually increase the maximum volume of Oxygen their muscles can consume per minute? If you are lucky enough to carry this genotype, you will perform better at physical activities and you may find that you can run faster than your initial capacity.

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    Inflammation & IL6 Expression

    Are you genetically predisposed to various kinds of inflammation? Kindly know that inflammation has several ill effects on your body, including weight gain and many other serious health conditions. Did you know that you can have a precise diet based on your genotype to reduce its bad effects? Find out how?

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    Alcohol, Drugs & Nicotine Addictions

    Do you want to quit smoking and your addiction to alcohol? Tobacco use can increase blood sugar levels and lead to insulin resistance. The more you smoke, the greater is your risk of diabetes. Do you have reduced dopamine function which is why you feel the need to seek rewarding substances? Find out how you can increase dopamine functions with the precise diet? Find out if your child has a greater risk for addiction to smoking, alcohol and drugs and find out how you can prevent their risk of addiction with a targeted diet.


Lifetime Genetics Program comes with gene banking facility which means you can get all your future DNA tests done with the same sample that has been collected once. Yes, there is no need of sending sample every time you opt for a DNA test. What’s more, your test report will be delivered to you within 48 working hours.