Genetic Profiling

What is Gene Profiling?

Personalised genetic profiling offers profound insight into how your body responds to diet, exercise and lifestyle choices.

Understanding how to interpret the results of your profile report and convert the information into programs for actionable, everyday health and wellbeing, is where Fitgenes and our accredited practitioners can offer you the potential to be the best you can be.

Our approach is based on the science of nutrigenomics which looks at the interaction between your genes, nutrition and lifestyle choices, and how these influence the genes’ messages.

These messages instruct your body on how it should respond to external influences such as diet and lifestyle choices.

The good news is expression of the genes analysed by FItgenes is modifiable which means our genes are not our destiny. The Fitgenes comprehensive Health and Wellbeing Genetic Profile Report is interpreted by a Fitgenes Accredited Practitioner so they can design a personalised plan to meet individual health goals.

Effectively, how your genes are reacting to external factors is analysed and reported on, and a plan to address any negative reactions prepared, based on your unique genetic profile and needs.

Unique Approach

Fitgenes profile reports are unique and provide practitioners with a powerful resource to design health plans that are highly personalised. These are not one-size-fits-all plans modified to suit different people.

It’s true you can’t change your genes but you can affect their expression and influence with the right nutritional, exercise and lifestyle choices.

The Fitgenes Health and Wellbeing Genetic Profile Report is an in-depth analysis of the genetic variations that can influence the way the body responds to what we eat, how we exercise and the way we live.

Unlocking your genetic potential is easy. Learn your results and get started on your health and wellbeing plan.

To learn more about how we can help you meet your health goals with a personalised genetic profile, call reception today on (03) 9482 5135.