Saliva Hormone Test is an easy and non-invasive way of assessing hormone balancing needs, and is proving to be the most reliable medium for measuring hormone levels. Unlike serum tests, saliva testing represents only hormones actively delivered to receptors in the body. Clinically, it is far more relevant to test these bioavailable hormones and provide an accurate reflection of the body’s active hormone levels.
Learn how your Genomic Fingerprint contributes to your individual uniqueness.
Are you curious as to how your hormones are made and metabolized?
Are you concerned about how your hormones may be playing a factor in your health?
Are you interested in finding out how well your body detoxifies?
Lifestyle genomics is an innovative branch of clinical genomics used to develop a more personalized approach to health and wellness. Years of research have demonstrated an important component of good health is an appreciation of your genomic legacy and finding ways to live in harmony with it.
It is common knowledge that we share more traits with our family members than we do with those unrelated to us. In fact, each cell of your body has the option of taking directives from two gene pools-- your maternal and/or paternal genes. For some cell functions, one or the other gene version is used; yet for others, directives can be taken from both.
Now, depending on the ancestry of your parents, the version of any given gene you inherited may be identical or may differ in their DNA sequence at one or more places. This variation at a specific position in the DNA sequence is known as a SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism). SNPs have different combinations, which can affect the way your genes behave and the known outcomes associated with those versions.
Managene Dx has created the Hormone Pulse, which tests a series of genes responsible for making and breaking down hormones. These hormones are well-known influencers of your health and wellness.
The Test is useful, but not limited to individuals with the following Health Concerns:
- Cancer Prevention of Hormone Related Cancers
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Weight Gain
- Currently taking Birth Control Pills or Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Premenstrual Syndrome
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Optimize Phyisical Excercise Performance
- Male and Female Infertility
- Hair Loss
- Perimenopause, Menopause, Andropause