About Personalized Wellness
Silverberry Genomix is a DNA lifestyle company that uses AI and genetic assessments to optimize fitness plans and daily wellness decisions that lead to positive lifestyle changes.
Using a saliva sample, 100s+ of reports are generated in the areas of nutrition, exercise, skin care, allergy and personality development to optimize fitness and wellness plans.
The reports allow users to consult their genes when contemplating daily wellness decisions like:
- What diet is best for me?
- Should I keep running to stay fit?
- What is my risk of injury? Do I need to take greater precautions as I age?
- What kind of skin care cream and sunscreen is best for me?
- Do I have an aptitude for creativity or leadership that I should cultivate?
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Just like fingerprints, our bodies are unique— from metabolism to personality. Now we have the technology to identify many of our unique traits and design wellness plans for maximal benefit!.
Don't have DNA data? You can order a testing kit for $99 and get your Basic Wellness reports when taking the test. Silverberry also supports DNA test results from 23andMe, ancestry.com, and FamilyTreeDNA. If you have already taken a test, upload your existing DNA file and purchase your desired report packages. The free Basic Wellness package is included with the DNA Kit and will be also available when a DNA file is uploaded.
Watch these videos to learn what a DNA assessment can tell you about you:
How Genetic Testing Works
State-of-the-Art Lab, Dedicated to your DNA
The DNA samples are analyzed in our lab partner's United States location. The lab is certified by CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988) and accredited by the College of American Pathologists. CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited labs meet high quality standards that lead to greater accuracy and reliability of results.
Learn more Silverberry Genomix's DNA Lab here.
Gene Sequencing Laboratory
Institutional Review Board
The Silverberry Institutional Review Board (IRB) is a committee composed of individuals that can provide legal, scientific expertise, nonscientific oversight, and support to ensure both the responsible and ethical use of genomic data gathered from our human participants.
All human research conducted by Silverberry will comply with federal regulations that protect the rights and welfare of the participants, and require that researchers to clarify the benefits and risks of participating in the research through use of Informed Consent. All research will be subject to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Research Subjects, or 'Common Rule' (Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 46) to ensure the safety of research participants.
Susan Edgar Helm, a long term advocate of the ethical and social aspects of healthcare studies and Chair of Seaver College Institutional Review Board, is overseeing the Silverberry Institutional Review Board.