DNA Test for Health + Ancestry Gift - Includes at-Home Swab Collection kit
DNA Test for Health + Ancestry Gift - Includes at-Home Swab Collection kit

DNA Test for Health + Ancestry Gift - Includes at-Home Swab Collection kit

  • COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE: The test provides insights into various health conditions, including but not limited to alopecia areata, different types of cancers (such as breast, prostate, bladder, and skin cancers), diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2), cardiovascular diseases, neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and celiac disease.
  • PREVENTIVE HEALTH MANAGEMENT: By uncovering genetic predispositions to a broad spectrum of diseases, the test empowers individuals to take preventive measures and make informed decisions regarding their health management.
  • GENETIC INSIGHTS INTO RARE DISEASES: It covers genetic markers for rare diseases like Kabuki Syndrome, Leigh Syndrome, and Loeys-Dietz Syndrome, offering potentially crucial information for individuals with a family history of such conditions.
  • PERSONALIZED HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS: Although Not explicitly mentioned, genetic testing of this nature often comes with personalized recommendations for lifestyle adjustments, monitoring, and preventative healthcare strategies tailored to the individual’s genetic makeup.
  • ACCESSIBLE HEALTH TOOL: The DNA Health Test by 24Genetics aims to make detailed genetic health insights accessible to the general public, helping to democratize personal health knowledge and proactive health care.
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Complex Diseases: GWAS

By definition, complex diseases are defined as pathologies whose development is influenced by multiple factors. Genetics is only one part and other factors, called environmental, such as lifestyle, diet, the place where we live, our daily stress level, age, etc., can have an impact as important or greater than that of our genes.

In this section we are going to include exclusively complex diseases that have been analyzed using the GWAS (Genome-Wide Association Studies) methodology, i.e. biostatistical analysis, to which we have already referred in the “Methodology” section.

In these pathologies, the information we are going to obtain is based on a comparison with the average of the population. Therefore, your result will indicate whether you are more, equally or less predisposed than the population average. Normally, we will indicate that you have a higher genetic predisposition than the average if you are in the 10% of the population with the highest predisposition to that disease, and lower if you are in the 10% of the population with the lowest predisposition. We remind you, as we have already indicated in this report, that having or not a predisposition does not mean that you will suffer from a disease or that you are free of it, since many other factors have an influence. In addition, it is common to have a higher than average predisposition in a percentage of between 10 and 20% of the pathologies analyzed.

To make it easier to understand the information, we have classified these diseases by medical specialties or areas of the organism.

  • Neurology
  • Circulatory system
  • Digestive system
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Endocrinology
  • Urogenital system
  • Dermatology
  • Other

Complex diseases: oncogenic mutations

In this section we continue to analyze complex diseases, i.e. multifactorial diseases, which are influenced by both genetic and environmental factors, but the difference with the previous section is that we rely on the detection of mutations in one or more markers of one or more genes (monovariate or multivariate analysis, as described in the “Methodology” section). These mutations by themselves already mark the genetic predisposition to suffer from that disease, without any comparison with the population. Therefore, in the results of these diseases, we tell you whether or not we have found mutations likely to be pathogenic, and we do not make any comparison with the population. For this section, we consider pathogenic the mutations included in the ClinVar database.

Since, in this type of diseases, the same or different mutations in the same gene can predispose to different pathologies, in this section the features are organized by gene and not by disease.

Complex diseases: other

In this section we include complex diseases, analyzed by detecting mutations in one or more markers of one or more genes (monovariate or multivariate analysis) but which are not related to oncological processes. In other words, they share the same methodology as the previous section but are not cancer-related diseases. As in the previous cases, these are complex diseases and, as such, multifactorial.

Viruses, bacteria and fungi

Genetics plays an important role in the relationship between viruses, bacteria and fungi, and the diseases they can cause. That is, your genes may indicate greater susceptibility or greater resistance to a viral, bacterial or fungal infection. Using all our types of methodologies (GWAS, multivariate or monovariate), in this section we will inform you of your genetic predisposition to multiple infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis, Covid, pneumonia, bronchitis or herpes, among others, and even the risk of aggravation of some of them.

Allergies and intolerances

In this section, we analyze a series of intolerances and allergies in the food, dermatological and respiratory fields, and we tell you if you are genetically predisposed to suffer from them. With the help of a health professional, you can take the appropriate measures to try to avoid them or modulate their symptoms and improve your well-being. In the section on allergies and intolerances we use our 3 methodologies, so the result of each of your analyzed traits will depend on the specific methodology we have used.

Biomarkers and others

Some physiological parameters, such as cholesterol or triglyceride levels, bone density, or the amount of white blood cells, platelets or neutrophils, among many others, are influenced by your DNA, which determines your possible tendency to have abnormal indicators.

In this section we exclusively use GWAS methodology, whereby the results will indicate whether you are more, equally or less predisposed than the average of the population to have abnormal levels of each parameter.


The same drug may work differently in different people, and part of that potential effect depends on DNA. That is, your genetics can influence the response to different types of drugs, in terms of toxicity level, effectiveness, metabolism, or necessary dose.

In this section, through monovariate and multivariate analysis, we study your genetic predisposition for your body to respond in one way or another to certain drugs.

Hereditary diseases: genetics

Hereditary diseases, unlike complex diseases, are not influenced by environmental factors. DNA is the only factor influencing whether or not to suffer from them. In this section, for each of the diseases we analyze, we search for pathogenic mutations, or susceptibility mutations, reported in the most important genetic databases worldwide, mainly OMIM and ClinVar, and which have been associated with these pathologies.

Most of the diseases included in this section can be classified in the so-called “rare diseases” and, as we have mentioned, lifestyle or other external factors do not affect the possibility of suffering from these ailments, only DNA has an influence. In addition, we remind you that the mutations associated with a disease can cause its development or not and, in the case of developing it, do so with different intensity, according to the concepts of penetrance and expressivity that we described earlier in this introduction.

Hereditary diseases, as their name suggests, are susceptible to being transmitted to your descendants. In this regard, it should be noted that having a pathogenic mutation that predisposes to a disease does not always imply suffering from it and 2 cases can occur:

  • Being a carrier and also developing the disease.
  • Being a carrier of the disease (which always occurs when the pathogenic mutation is present), but not developing it. In this case, although the disease does not develop, the pathogenic mutation can be transmitted to the offspring and, therefore, the predisposition to the disease. The greater or lesser probability of inheriting the pathogenic mutation by the offspring also depends on the genetics of the other parent. Therefore, this information is very valuable.

These types of diseases are mostly monogenetic, so it is one or several mutations of a single gene that mark the predisposition to suffer a specific pathology.

What is Nutrigenetics or Nutrigenomics? 

Surely on many occasions we have found that not everyone feels the same what we eat. 

We see, for example, that another one loses weight when we eat practically the same thing and doing the same exercise. 

These differences are in Nutrigenomics

Make your diets more effective 

The first step before starting a diet is to know which one will be the most effective for you. 

We have seen on many occasions how a very effective diet for another person does not work with us. 

Thanks to the DNA Test for Nutrition of 24Genetics we will be able to see which is the most suitable diet for us. 

Feed yourself smarter 

Knowing your genetic predispositions towards food will help you eat better, feel better and reach your weight goals. 

Based on more than 700,000 DNA markersthis test is extremely deep and detailed. 

And remember, if you want to get the most out of this nutrigenetic test, we recommend that you share it with a specialist nutritionist.

If you have already taken a test from 24Genetics or another company, we may use your raw data to create your 24Genetics sport report. You just have to buy it in our store, and in a short time, you will have your personalized sport report.

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Content of the DNA Kit 

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1 - Instructions - a simple guide with icons + form to be filled and signed 2 - Gloves to perform the whole process 3 - Swab + Stabilization Capsule + Stickers 4 - Bag for stocking sample and delivery Pickup included (only in GCC)

DNA Test for Health + Ancestry Gift - Includes at-Home Swab Collection kit: EXAMPLE REPORT

Know your predisposition to more than 1,000 diseases and other traits with our DNA health test. Reports available in English, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, German and Serbian.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, our DNA tests are possibly the most complete on the market. There are some other simple genetic tests, where they can only give a reduced amount of information. Our genetic test is based on a state-of-the-art genetic sequencing in which we analyse more than 700,000 genetic markers.

So that you can obtain the sample yourself, the DNA kit includes:

  • Saliva collector
  • Latex gloves
  • Instructions
  • Shipping bag
  • Form to register your kit

With a few simple steps indicated in the instructions you will be able to obtain the sample, send it to our laboratories, and we will proceed to perform the DNA study to obtain your genetic report.

A number of studies have shown the influence of genetics on the human body and the way it acts, whether in terms of health, nutrition, playing sports or developing one personality or another, genes have a lot to say.

Discover with a study of your DNA the genetic predisposition to diseases, how to improve your sports performance or what diet will be better to lose weight. With our genetic analysis through DNA testing you will know the genetic and hereditary factors that can define you.

Yes. Your data will always be yours and once we receive your information, we convert it into an encrypted code. Therefore, beyond security procedures, you will always be protected by anonymity.

It is really simple A DNA KIT is home delivered to you.

You will receive a box with a small cotton swab that you simply rub inside your mouth.

After following a few simple instructions, please contact us, so we can organize how to pick the swab back.

At a specialised laboratory, we extract the DNA from the sample that you have sent us, and we carry out a process in which we can read in your DNA.

After a complex computer analysis, our algorithms apply the latest genetic studies to generate the report that we place in your hands.