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PREVENTIVE GENETIC PROGRAMMES

Life expectancy can be increased by an average of 14 years through genetic regulation based on prophylactic genetic testing.

Genes are a molecular programme that encodes information for the synthesis of proteins and enzymes that determine the life of our body. But genes do not work by themselves. They respond to internal and external signals that cells receive. One single gene does not cause a disease, but a complex interaction of several genes with environmental factors and a person’s lifestyle do.

Many factors should be considered: the environment, type of work, habits, nutrition, emotional and psychological states as well as stress levels and physical activity. Understanding your genetic features allows you to change the influence of a specific gene by changing to a lifestyle which is more suitable. In a nutshell, DNA testing will show whether your lifestyle is right for your genetic potential or if it needs correction.

 

The path to health begins with a genetic analysis 

Powerful computer technology with a huge database is used for processing genetic material (saliva or blood). Tests show the degree of genetic risks and predisposition to certain health conditions.

 

INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMMES OF PREVENTIVE DIAGNOSTICS 

COLOGEN

Sporadic colon cancer

Cellular signalling, inflammation, cell cycle, apoptosis

Additional testing programme

Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

 

FEMGEN

Risk of estrogen-dependent cancer in women

Estrogen metabolism. Detoxication of estrogen metabolites (4OH and 16 OH)

Risk assessment for breast cancer, uterine and ovarian cancer, etc.

Selection of the type and dose of hormone replacement therapy. Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

 

NEUROGEN

Neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)

Lipid metabolism, detoxification processes

Iron metabolism, neurotransmitters, oxidative stress

Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

 

DIABETOGEN

Risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Sensitivity to insulin, leptin, satiety, tendency to obesity, lipid metabolism disorders

Selection of drugs

Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

 

LIPIDGEN

Lipid metabolism disorders

Risk assessment of atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, stroke. Cholesterol levels (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL)

Selection of drugs to normalize metabolic disorders

Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

Additional testing programme

 

OXIGEN

Oxidative stress

Ability of enzyme defence system to eliminate excessive free radicals. Risk of developing cardiovascular or neurodegenerative diseases

Additional testing programme

Selection of drugs and their doses

 

SKINGEN

Skin genetic test

Risk of developing skin diseases, skin sensitivity and susceptibility to inflammation. Establishing skin-ageing factors

Creating and rebuilding collagen. Oxidative stress. Protective properties of the skin

Choice of cosmetics and methods, recommendations for nutrition

 

WEIGHTGEN

Weight normalisation

Lipogenesis, detoxication, neurotransmitters, satiety, tendency to obesity

Selection of nutrition, lifestyle and physical activity, stress management

FITGEN

Choosing an effective physical activity

Energy consumption, power or endurance exercises, muscle mass, ability to recover from injuries, motivation for sports, heart and lung resources

Nutrigenomics recommendations

 

ALOPECIAGEN

The risk of developing baldness in men and women

Assessing the risk of developing hair loss before the onset of clinical signs Selection of preventive therapy

 

CARDIOGEN

Risk of developing cardiovascular diseases

Oxidative stress, risk of hypertension, disorders of homocysteine ​​metabolism, lipid metabolism, thrombosis

Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

 

EMOGEN

Predisposition to depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, dementia, addictions (smoking, alcoholism, overeating), mood disorders, increased anxiety

Unstable state of memory, attention, concentration disorders

Dopamine and serotonin metabolism, hyperhomocysteinemia, neurotransmitter concentration, prostaglandin E level, FK506 binding protein 5 (FKBP5)

Nutrigenomic recommendations, response to psychotropic drugs

 

NICOTINEGEN

Nicotine addiction

The risk of developing physical dependence to smoking, the choice of preventive method

 

PROSTATEGEN

Risk of prostate cancer

Testosterone metabolism, the choice of drugs and their doses

Selection of food and lifestyle to reduce the risk of cancer

WELLBEING

General genetic analysis

Genomics Wellbeing Programme

Phase detoxication. Homocysteine ​​metabolism, lipids, glucose, inflammatory mediators, nicotine and alcohol metabolism, anabolism / catabolism, neurotransmitters, resilience to stress

Recommendations for nutrition and nutritional supplements, lifestyle, physical activity and mental health prophylaxis

Additional testing programme

 

PHARMAGEN

Drug effectiveness control

The choice of the INN as a substrate of the patient's enzyme systems and recommendations for the selection of the dosage of drugs, depending on the level of metabolism

 

MACULAGEN (OPHTHALMIC PROGRAMME)

Age-related macular degeneration

Risk of senile macular dystrophy, nutritional recommendations

 

DENTYGEN (DENTAL PROGRAMME)

Risk of periodontitis, an inflammation of the teeth root shell and adjacent tissues

Production of Interleukin-1, leading to the flourishing of anaerobic flora, activation of osteoclasts

 

THROMBOGEN

Risk of developing deep venous thrombosis

Coagulation, hemostasis, homocysteine ​​metabolism. Early prevention of deep vein thrombosis, selection of type and dose of anticoagulants

Recommendations on nutrition and lifestyle

 

OSTEOGEN

Risk of osteoporosis

Bone metabolism (vitamin D, collagen, osteogen receptors, inflammatory processes, calcium metabolism)

Strengthening bone mass for the prevention of osteoporosis

Recommendations for nutrition

DETOXGEN

Detoxication options

Assessment of cancer development risk, or any other pathology due to xenobiotic exposure (polluted environment, tobacco, pesticides, toxic substances, heavy metals, solvents, etc.)

Recommendations for nutrition and lifestyle

As a result of this study, QualeVita experts will prepare a personalised report on the current state of your health, your genetic risks and predispositions to diseases. They will then develop a personalised plan to correct health, including recommendations for nutrition and a suitable lifestyle.

Timely diagnosis and assessment of genetic risks will prevent potential problems in the future.

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