Basic DNA Wellness Package - FREE

Essential Reports about your body

Basic Wellness Package provides you insight about your genetic makeup in five different areas: Exercise Benefit, Nutrition, Skincare, Allergy and Personality Development.

Silverberry Basic Wellness DNa Reports

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You don't need to take the test again. You can upload your file and get free DNA Reports to see how it works.

 

Included in Standard DNA Test Kit

Basic Wellness Package includes 5 free reports:

  • Sports & Exercise: Overall Fitness Benefits

  • Skin Care: Dryness

  • Allergies: Seasonality

  • Nutrition: Mediterranean Diet Effectiveness

  • Personality Development: Reading Aptitude

Silverberry Standard DNA Kit

What's inside the reports

Weight Profile

Have you asked yourself the question of why some people have more difficulty in losing weight? What is your overweight potential? What are your predispositions for lean body mass potential? Overweight Potential Report gives you insight on on your body characteristics when it comes to weight.

 

Exercise Benefits

Have you asked yourself the question of why some people respond to an aerobic workout routine by becoming incredibly fit, whereas others who exercise just as hard for months end up no fitter than the beginning? How much each of us benefits from exercise depends strongly on genetic factors.

 

Muscle Building

The muscle system is responsible for movement of the human body, posture, movement of substances inside the body and for the generation of body heat. Your overall muscle power and how much you can increase it with exercise depends strongly on your genetics. Your potentials for muscle injury, muscle cramps, muscle soreness after exercise and other muscle problems are also influenced by your genes. Muscle Response to training report gives you an example of how genetically your muscles behave.

 

Love to explore? Like bright colors? Thinking entrepreneurial? Must be in your genes

Sample Report: Feeling good for Mediterranean food? Your genes also agree

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