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Food Allergy – The Genetics Behind It

You are what you eat – this is a well known fact. What few know is that our genes play a role in...

Your DNA and Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acids

Although we are over-cautious when it comes to consuming foods like fruits, vegetables, cereals, we should take good care of oils and...
DNA health

Mental Health? What Does Our DNA Have To Do With It?

Understanding your genetic material and its associated factors will be advantageous for primary, secondary and tertiary risk prevention and guides plan amiable treatment procedures. With screening tests like Genomepatri you WILL find the best-suited route for yourself, and reiterates the importance of not following the crowd but forging a unique way of leading quality life. It is personalized, predictive, participatory, preventive, and POWERFUL!!!

Genomepatri – Discover The Real YOU

A Quick Look Through: One of the fastest women of all time, Florence Joyner, aka Flo-Jo once said, “A muscle...
Gluten free Diet

Going Gluten-Free? Few Points to Remember

Research in the past has reported that more than 30% of the patients have deficiencies to dietary fiber, proteins and minerals coupled with imperfect absorption of iron, folic acid and calcium. This deficiency can be overcome by consuming gluten free foods and processed gluten free products which contain good sources of lipids, sugars and fats.
Lactose Intolerance

Lactose Intolerance – Dietary Management

Till date, there's no "gold standard" test for assessing Lactose Intolerance (LI). However, at Mapmygenome, through our proprietary test MyNutriGene, you can get an insight into the weaknesses of your immunity, genetic predisposition to specific health conditions, and helps in pre-empting most of these risks.
good cholestrol and bad cholestrol

Cholesterol: The Good, The Bad (And The Ugly?)

Although it is not feasible to prevent causes that lead to the advancement of atherosclerosis, a few of them like low cancer incidence can be controlled by taking food products rich in whole-wheat bread, fruits, nuts and vegetables. Other preferred dietary products are omega-3 fatty acids and phenol compounds like apples, citrus fruits, berries, and mangoes etc.

Whole Exome Sequencing: Current and Future Perspectives

Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) is pleasing itself deep in the fields of research, diagnostics and clinical setting; used for detecting variants in both all the disease types and in SNPs associations and pharmacogenetics. Going forward, WES can prove a valuable tool for capturing specific targets across diagnostic settings.

Pharmacogenomics – Doorway to Personalized Medicine

This testing of your genetic code can be achieved with a mere saliva swab by our proprietary test, Medicamap, a cutting-edge pharmacogenomic test which analyses an individual’s drug-response profile, based on genetic makeup to unknot your distinctive profile.
Blood Cancer Myths

Debunking The Myths of Blood Cancer

Stick a RED ribbon! It’s time for RED-athon! Blood is often called the lifeline of our body. And for...