While you are born with a unique set of genes, your lifestyle and environment can cause certain genes to be turned off or on, the study of these changes is called epigenetics.
Leading scientists have shown that what you eat, where you live, when you sleep, how you exercise, even ageing – can all eventually cause genes to change from a healthy to an unhealthy state.
Epigenetic testing can help you understand your risk of type 2 diabetes and other diseases. You can use this information to make better health choices, reversing the damage and avoiding illness in later life.
The prevalence of diabetes among adults worldwide has risen from 5% in 1980 to almost 9% in 2014. That's more that 500 million people or 1 in 11.
Take the world's first repeatable DNA test to track your epigenetic indicators annually, so for the first time you can monitor how your biological age and disease risk levels change.