Limited numbers of tests available to healthy individuals of all ages, you must be able to visit our North London clinic for sample collection.
Access groundbreaking panel of 30+ key metabolic and inflammatory blood biomarkers available nowhere else at cost price of £199 + get one FREE Chronomics Epi-Health epigenetics test analysing 20 million+ epigenetic markers (RRP£699). After submitting the survey we will be in touch shortly with the booking and payment page.
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 – all impact inflammation and epigenetic regulation of our genes from a healthy to an unhealthy state.
Understanding the inflammatory state of your body can help you understand your risk of chronic illness. You can use this information to make better health choices, reversing the damage and avoiding illness in later life.
**You are allowed to make healthcare visits during COVID-19 lockdowns**
Once we've confirmed eligibility proceed to payment and book your clinic visit. Please let us know if you have mobility issues or need help with transport.
When you arrive up we'll provide an easy-to-use saliva testing kit, and the trained nurses will take your blood samples.
Our team of scientists will sequence the DNA in your saliva sample and quantify the biomarkers in your blood sample.
You will receive your blood testing results in a couple of weeks, and we will notify you when your free epigenetic testing insights will be ready to view online, which may take a little longer than the usual 8 weeks as part of the Alpha. Get ready for a new chapter in health biomarkers.
*Which blood biomarkers do we look at?*
We'll look at key cytokines and chemokines including IL-1β, IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, IL-17, TNFα, IFN‐γ, GROα, MIG, Eotaxin-1, TRAIL, GDF-15, and other important blood markers including CRP, cortisol, SAA, C4, HbA1c, PAPP-A, albumin, and a full blood count. Please get in touch if you want to learn more.