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Healthy Individuals

The first step to live healthy is to identify your health risks. Once disease risks are identified it can be prevented or delayed.

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Healthy Living

  Good health is the key to a happy and fruitful life; it is also the most neglected asset. Our lifestyle today is ridden with unnecessary stress, irregular working hours, and poor eating habits, late night partying and inadequate rest. All these coupled with high pollution levels result in physical and psychological health problems.

  People tend to ignore their health until faced with medical complications. Health problems can be managed more effectively if detected at an early stage. Hence, Personal Genomics tests like PositiveProtect which can detect risks of diseases before it manifests become the need of the hour. This is where the PositiveProtect test from Positive Bioscience comes in to the picture.

Genomics test from Positive Bioscience can help you in following ways:

  Know your risk: Most diseases have a genetic component. PositiveProtect tests help to decode these genetic components to predict disease risks even before the diseases manifests itself.

  Nutrigenomics: Most diseases can be prevented or delayed by doing small changes in diet. Find out effect of various food items depending on your genetic profile. Knowing your genetic profile will help you know what to eat and what to avoid to prevent yourself from diseases.

  Lifestyle Modification: Small lifestyle changes can also help reduce your risk to diseases. Once the disease risks are identified PositiveProtect tests helps you with easy to follow lifestyle modifications specific to your genetic profile for preventing diseases.

  Medical Management: Certain disease can be prevented by taking prophylactic medicines or prophylactic surgeries. e.g. Tamoxifen helps reduce risk of breast cancer in people who have increased risk of breast cancer.

Depending on your requirement please choose any of the following Genomics Tests

  • lifestyle

    Ideal for people with family history of cancer, Hypertension, neurological disorders who also want to understand risk for other diseases.

    Identifies risk to 1000+ disease and recommends customised prevention plan

    Reduce your risk by following nutrigenomics and lifestyle modification

  • positive25

    Ideal for people with family history of cardiac conditions who also want to understand risk for other diseases.

    With Hypertension, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies it checks the risk of 25 diseases

    Reduce your risk by following nutrigenomics and lifestyle modification

  • healthsml

    Ideal for people who are interested to know the risk of all diseases

    Know whether commonly used drugs will work in you or not by checking pharmacogenomics.

    Customized prevention plan as per your risk profile

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Family History

The first step to live healthy is to identify your health risks. Once disease risks are identified it can be prevented or delayed.

Cancer: Cancer has one of the strongest genetic association. This is the reason why cancer runs in families.

Heart Disease: If you have family members with heart disease,you might be more likely to develop heart disease yourself.

Mental disorders: Depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, autism results from the complex interplay of multiple genes with diverse environmental factors. Family studies, often with identical twins who share the same genes, have provided evidence of genetic contributions to depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, autism, and other mental disorders.

Stroke: Genes play a role in the development of risk factors that can lead to a stroke, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and vascular conditions. An increased risk for stroke within a family may also be due to common behavioral factors, such as a sedentary lifestyle or poor eating habits.

Obesity: Obesity within a family is caused by a specific variant of a single gene (monogenic obesity). Obesity however, results from complex interactions among multiple genes and environmental factors that remain poorly understood.

Common health problems that can run in a family include

Good part is that most of the above diseases can be managed better if the risk is identified before the diseases manifests. Personal Genomics tests help you identify the risks and guide you with the personalised recommendation plan

Depending on your family history you can choose the following preventive plans.

  • onco

    Must do test to know the genetic risk of cancer

    It tests for top 10 most prevalent cancer including lung cancer

    Predictive and prognostic utility

  • cardio

    Ideal for people at high risk to heart disease or patients who are not on active medication

    Know whether commonly used drugs will work in you or not by checking pharmacogenomics.

    Customized prevention plan as per your risk profile Endopredict:

  • neuro

    Ideal for people at high risk to neurological disorders or patients who are not on active medication

    Know whether commonly used drugs will work in you or not by checking pharmacogenomics.

    Customized prevention plan as per your risk profile

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Lifestyle Diseases

Obesity:

Genetics contribute upto 70% towards the development of obesity. Obesity results from complex interactions among multiple genes and environmental factors. Hence the most important factor in managing obesity is knowing the genetic factors affecting you. Knowing your genetic profile is the single most important factor for loosing weight because:

  People with a variation in TFAP2B gene benefit the greatest in weight reduction following a high fat diet whereas the absence of the same benefit the greatest in weight reduction following a low fat diet.

  People with a variation in FTO gene are at higher risk of obesity and benefits more by reducing food cravings by choosing a hypocaloric and higher-protein weight-loss diet

  People with a variation in MC4R gene tend to eat even when they are not hungry

  People with a variation in FAAH can lower waist circumference with increased intake of MUFA (Mono Unsaturated Fatty Acid)

  People with a variation in FTO gene can reduce weight with a high fat diet

Type 2 Diabetes:

  Diabetes is one of the most challenging health problems in India. Incidence of diabetes is increasing and so are its complications.

  Diabetes leads to a reduced life expectancy and quality of life, as well as a greater risk of heart disease, stroke, peripheral neuropathy, renal disease, blindness and amputation

  Genomics testing can help manage your diabetes by extending medical therapies as well as help restore normal glucose metabolism.

Genomics test from Positive Bioscience can help you in following ways

  Knowing the risk: There are more than 30 genes strongly associated with Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity. Once you know which gene is driving your condition you can take preventive actions.

  Pharmacogenomics: Know whether you are on the right drug or not.Know which antidiabetic will help you the most from the list of all antidiabetic drugs.

  Nutrigenomics: Effect of various food items depend on your genetic profile. Knowing your genetic profile will help you know what to and what not to eat to manage your diabetes.

Depending on your lifestyle habits and family history you can choose the following plans.

  • lifestyle

    Helps in determining the best treatment option by analysing all relevant genetic changes in ALK,

    EGFR, HER2, MEK1, MET, ROS, DDR2 KR AS, BRAF, PIK3CA, AKT1, SMAD4, PTEN, NRAS, TGFBR2,BRCA1, BRCA2 and thousands of other genes

    India's best selling cancer genomics test

  • positive25

    Must do test to know the genetic risk of cancer

    It tests for top 10 most prevalent cancer including lung cancer

    Predictive and prognostic utility

  • cardio

    Must do test to know the genetic risk of cancer

    It tests for top 10 most prevalent cancer including lung cancer

    Predictive and prognostic utility

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