Understand your risk of heart disease at a DNA level

Use epigenetics to discover unique health insights from your DNA and reduce your risk of future illness.

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Chronomics is the first preventative health solution in the world that uses
epigenetic
testing to show you how lifestyle and environment impact your health at a DNA level. Helping you to actually reverse your body's biological ageing process over time and avoid chronic illnesses like heart disease.

What is epigenetics exactly?

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Epigenetics Controls Genes

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.

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Epigenetics Is Everywhere

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.

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Epigenetics Can Be Reversed

Epigenetic testing can help you understand your risk of heart disease and other illnesses. You can use this information to make better health choices, reversing the damage and avoiding illness in later life.

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So how is epigenetics linked to heart disease?

It’s estimated that around 620,000 people in the UK have a faulty gene which puts them at an unusually high risk of developing heart disease or dying suddenly at a young age. However, while genetic factors may play a role, experts believe that lifestyle factors, including diet and exercise, play the most significant role.

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Almost 80 percent of deaths from heart disease can be attributed to preventable factors like obesity, poor physical activity, heavy drinking, eating unhealthy foods and not keeping your blood pressure and cholesterol under control.

How can epigenetic testing help you avoid heart disease?

The Chronomics platform gives you control of your DNA