Epigenetics allows you to actively monitor your internal health at a cellular level and genetic level.
Your lifestyle and environment will have a direct effect on little chemical markers that sit above and, in many instances, control your genes function in a process called methylation.
Your gene variants do not change over the entirety of your life from the day that you are born.
We believe if you follow our recommendations based on your genetic profile you can improve your overall health and wellbeing.
There are five types of wellbeing:
Emotional wellbeing: Decreasing stress and paying attention to your thoughts, feelings and behaviour is central to emotional wellbeing.
Physical wellbeing: Healthy eating and good exercise habits aid physical well-being through improving the functioning of your body.
Social wellbeing: Developing meaningful relationships through the ability to communicate and creating a healthy support network.
Workplace wellbeing: Finding your purpose and pursuing your interests, passions and values is pivotal to workplace wellbeing.
Environmental wellbeing: Understand your impact on the environment and protect yourself against environmental toxins.