Genetic Testing

A good diet isn’t always the right diet

Our genes reveal why two people can eat the exact same foods and experience differences with weight loss. By analyzing over 80 genetic markers Pathway Fit® can tell you the diet that’s right for you.

Lose up to 3x more weight on your DNA diet

A recent study showed that people who ate a genetically appropriate diet experienced 287% more weight loss over 12 months than a control group. Deciding between Mediterranean or low-carb diet? The research shows while they both might be good, only one works best for you!

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MAKE YOUR NATURAL ABILITIES YOUR GREATEST ADVANTAGE

If you’re trying to lose weight, gain muscle, or simply stay healthy – Pathway Fit® can help you find the most effective method of working out so you can see greater results faster.
With Pathway Fit® you’ll learn
• Your personalized genetic nutrition profile, including the perfect ratio of carbs, proteins, and fats for your body.
• How to make proactive decisions regarding diet, exercise, & lifestyle based on your DNA.
• Gain insight into your genetic predisposition for exercise so you know if you’ll get the most benefit from endurance or strength training.

UNDERSTANDING CARRIER STATUS

Each person has two copies of the genetic materials, one copy inherited from each parent. Many genetic diseases are recessive, meaning the disease is caused by inheriting a mutation at the same DNA location from both parents. If a parent carries a mutation in one of the two copies of the DNA, he/she is a carrier of the genetic disease.
A carrier has a 50% chance of passing the same mutation to the child. If both parents are carriers, the child will have a 25% chance of inheriting both copies of the mutation, thus leading to the development of the genetic disease. Some inherited diseases are more common in certain ethnic groups and in people with a family history of genetic disorders.

WHAT IS BREASTTRUE®
HIGH RISK PANEL?

BreastTrue® High Risk Panel is a next-generation sequencing test that detects mutations in eight high-risk breast cancer susceptibility genes, including BRCA1, BRCA2 and PALB2. In addition, the test includes deletion/duplication analysis of the BRCA1/2 genes by MLPA.

Recent studies of breast cancer survivors have shown that approximately 70 percent of the mutations identified were BRCA1/2 mutations. Approximately 4 percent had germline mutations in other cancer-susceptibility genes, including high-risk genes. These additional high-risk genes include CDH1, CHEK2, PALB2, PTEN, STK11, and TP53. Pathway Genomics’ BreastTrue® High Risk Panel analyzes all of these genes.

WHAT IS COLOTRUE®?

ColoTrue® is a 13-gene hereditary cancer panel for individuals and families with features suggestive of hereditary colorectal cancer. This panel includes full sequencing analysis of 13 genes. This test also offers site-specific analysis of the MDM2–SNP309 allele. A pathogenic variant in any of these genes warrants consideration of increased colorectal cancer surveillance.

GENETICS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. Many factors contribute to the risk of developing heart disease, including personal genetics and family history, nutrition and exercise, hypertension, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels. In addition, an individual’s unique genetic makeup can influence how he/she will respond to medications used to treat heart conditions.

WOMEN’S HEALTH AND GENETICS

Many factors affect an individual’s overall health and wellness, including nutrition, exercise, and body weight as well as predispositions to a number of health conditions. However, women face additional health circumstances and challenges such as pregnancy, menopause and other gynecological conditions. In order for a woman to achieve optimal health and wellness, it is important for her to understand how her unique genetic profile may be affecting how her body utilizes energy and nutrients, as well as how it responds to certain foods, diets, and exercise regiments. A woman’s genetic makeup can also provide with insights into common health conditions that she may predisposed to, as well as other information that may be helpful during a woman’s lifetime.

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