By understanding your genes, you will gain insights into genetically influenced health pre-dispositions. With personalized exercise, diet, supplement and lifestyle guidance, you can take control and make the most out of your DNA.
Epigenetics are expressions of your DNA, impacted by your lifestyle and environment. The respective genes can be turned ’on’ or ‘off’ through targeted lifestyle interventions, which can be tracked with repeat testing. Follow your epigenetic changes to take control of your genes!
See what role your lifestyle, your environment, and your DNA each play in the possible risk for the virus, and get targeted recommendations to help you strengthen your immune resilience.
Our simple at home saliva collection, combined with an app-based mobile experience, puts control over your health destiny in the palm of your hand
We’ve made the process simple so you can take action easily and quickly to improve your health and wellness.
Intuitive, customizable app puts better health in the palm of your hand... literally!
Customizable personalized fitness program, complete with video tutorials.
Sync your app with your smart watch or wearable fitness tracker to update your exercise progress goals in real time.
Access meal planner with recipes and nutrient breakdowns all within the app.
Track progress to your goals within the My Toolbox Genomics app.
The roulette wheel of health is controlled by Epigenetics. Your genes fill in 10 percent of that wheel, you decide on the rest.
Epigenetics-R-Us. Everything we do: eating, medications, being washed by our environment, imprints our epigenetics. Our epigenetics are markers on our DNA that turn genes on or off allowing us to be healthier or not. Knowing these signatures allows us to choose a better path, making better decision on our journey through life.
Dietary factors have become agents of strong interest in the field of epigenetics. A number of bioactive dietary components that appear to have potential to prevent disease and promote overall health have been identified. Compounds found in dietary phytochemical preparations... are now generally accepted... as acting as epigenetic modulators.
Knowing our genetic code is important. For example, our genes tell us if we are at increased risk for certain diseases or if certain medications need to be individually dosed. However, epigenetics is even more important than genetics, because it tells us how to alter the expression of our genes. Epigenetics gives us ways to address that increased risk for a disease and how to dose that specific medication about which our genetic code gives us concern.
My Toolbox Genomics testing is not intended to be used to diagnose or determine treatment for any disease or condition.