WHAT IS GENETICS?
How to Read Your Report
|0-2||Excellent / Protective||An ‘excellent / protective’ score indicates a very favorable response or ability for a trait|
|2.1-4||Good / Lower Risk||A ‘good / lower risk’ score indicates a favorable response or ability for a trait|
|4.1-6||Typical||A ‘typical’ score indicates a typical response or ability for a trait|
|6.1-8||Poor / Slightly Elevated||A ‘poor / slightly elevated’ score indicates an unfavorable response or ability for a trait|
|8.1-10||Very Poor / Highly Elevated||A ‘very poor / highly elevated’ score indicates a very unfavorable response or ability for a trait|
Genetic risk or predisposition given in the report is based on statistically relevant genomics research studies, which should not be taken as a diagnosis of any health condition or overall wellness.
Traits in the report are not genetically interlinked; their genetic associations are independent of each other. Therefore, every trait score and interpretation are independent of each other.
1. This report provides information about genetic predispositions only and may not indicate current conditions or characteristics.
3. The information in the report may provide an understanding of one’s genetic risks and may help in making informed decisions regarding one’s wellness and goals.
5. Please consult with your doctor, or other qualified health care professional before making any dietary, fitness, health and wellness related changes.
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Can you test with just my DNA sample?
Of course. You can just give your DNA sample and get results.
How many DNA samples do I need to send?
In accordance with the procedure a single DNA sample is sufficient.
Why do you need a second DNA sample?
The Binary Verification System, developed by DNA Geoset, provides more accurate results by performing bilateral examinations compared to other classical methods.
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