Epigen Test - Age
Epigen Test - Age
Use the DNA testing kit to make smarter lifestyle decisions based on your biological age and your personalized responses to the environment.
Control how well your body and mind are aging so you can thrive.
Learning how to live a better life starts with the Epigen service.
Epigenetics is the study of how chemical and structural changes in the nuclei of your cells affect hereditary traits. Epigenetics asks questions such as: What makes you gain excess weight? What makes you age? What makes you sick? Epigenetics strives to provide an answer to these problems. Epigenetica is now making our new test, Epigen, available worldwide.
Measuring Your Genetic Blueprint
Epigenetic testing measures how parts of your genetic blueprint flare up or turn off due to external factors such as the foods you eat, the medicines you take, and the environmental factors you expose yourself to on a daily basis. Epigenetics allows us to take into account our unique genome and accurately measures what is good and what is not for each individual. For example, the same foods can have opposite effects from one person to the next depending on their Epigenetic Trigger Sensitivity™.
Helping Doctors & Researchers
Through epigenetic screening, doctors and research scientists have created a variety of epigenetic therapies to treat medical conditions that are influenced by epigenetic mechanisms. These therapies represent a promising and innovative approach to many hard-to-treat ailments such as certain mental illnesses, cancer, and diabetes. Aging, a condition of life considered to be a degenerative disease, may be remedied through epigenetic therapy, perhaps allowing us to one day far outlive our predecessors.
Different From DNA Testing
There are a plethora of commercial DNA kits on the market. Such tests inform you if you are susceptible to various stimuli, but they don't tell you to what extent. Also, they don't tell you the interrelationship between the stimuli or their combined effect on you. Epigenetic testing differs from other DNA testing.
DNA tests inform you how easy it is for you to get fit or lose weight. But epigenetic tests tell you how to improve your fitness level based on what you eat. DNA tests are based on decades-old findings, while epigenetic tests are based on the latest academic discoveries.