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Learn Your Predispositions

Ageing is a complex process influenced by a combination of genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors. Knowing what you are predisposed for, you can take action now and change your life, so that at old age you feel your best.

Predisposition to diseases associated with old age

Below you can view and select analyzes of different genes and the variants you carry associated with diseases of old age.

Genes, related to ageing

No single „aging gene“ has been identified, but several genes are known to play a role in this process. Choose from reports that will reveal to you what your variants of these genes are.

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How to buy the Longevity Pack

LEAD-ers Worldwide:

Already have your DNA file from other lab?

Order all of the DNA reports

After the order, you will be prompted to upload your DNA file inside the platform.

66.9 USD (120 BGN)

LEAD-ers at European Union:

Don't have DNA data? Located at EU?

Order all of the DNA reports and DNA test using the world’s most accurate genotyping algorythm. You will receive your DNA data in a file which you can use through your life for different purposes.

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259 USD (466 BGN)

Review what is inside the pack

Alzheimer

Alzheimer’s disease can destroy cognitive abilities. Up to 80% of the differences in the chances of developing Alzheimer’s are thought to be due to genetics.

APOЕ

ApoE is important for heart health, and is the main gene that affects the risk of late-onset (after age 65) Alzheimer’s disease.

Parkinson

Up to 40% of the differences in people’s chances of developing Parkinson’s may be due to genetics. Consult a doctor if you notice symptoms.

Stroke

A stroke is a serious emergency that requires immediate medical attention. It is possible that up to 40% of the difference in stroke rates between people is due to genetics.

Cognitive decline

Up to 40% of the variation in individual risk for cognitive decline can be explained by genetic factors. If you notice signs of cognitive impairment, it is advisable to seek medical advice.

Cataract

About 25-60% of the differences in people’s chances of having cataracts can be attributed to genetics. Symptoms include blurred/double vision, halos and light sensitivity.

Glaucoma

Up to 50% of the difference in people’s chances of getting glaucoma can be due to genetics. If your genetic risk is high, your overall risk is still low until older age.

Macular Degeneration (AMD)

About 8.5% of people aged 45-85 have some degree of
AMD. Symptoms include difficulty reading, blurred vision, and dark spots in the field of vision.

Heart attack

Up to 60% of the differences in people’s chances of having a heart attack may be due to genetics. You can reduce your overall risk by taking action on your risk factors.

Multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune disease affecting the nerves. There is approximately a 15% genetic chance of a person developing multiple sclerosis.

Myocarditis

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle, often caused by infections, autoimmune diseases, or toxic chemicals. Although it often resolves on its own, severe cases can lead to dangerous heart disease.

Tachycardia

Tachycardia is a condition in which the heart beats faster than normal. Tachycardia is defined as a heart rate greater than 100 beats per minute. Up to 60% of the difference in people’s chances of having tachycardia can be due to genetics.

Aortic stenosis

About 50% of the difference in the chance of getting aortic valve stenosis can be due to genetics. The risk increases with age. In addition, certain genetic conditions, such as familial hypercholesterolemia, can lead to earlier and more severe valve calcification and stenosis.

SIRT1

If you have one of the variations, with even one copy of the ‘C’ allele, it can reduce your risk of dying from any cause by up to 30%. This variant also improves glucose tolerance.

FOXO3 (Oxidative Stress)

FOXO3 is involved in tumor suppression, immune function, DNA repair, and resistance to oxidative stress, which may explain its association with increased longevity.

PPARD

According to some research, PPARD may be able to improve longevity by counteracting some of the processes seen in aging.

Telomere length

We lose some DNA every time cells divide, and when they reach a certain low point, they stop functioning. For that, the longer the telomeres, the better.

Longevity (Summarized)

Genetics play a role in human lifespan. Genes involved in longevity can affect:

  • Heart health
  • Brain health
  • Cholesterol levels
  • Body fat

FOXO1 (Blood Sugar)

The FOXO1 gene regulates insulin production, DNA repair, cell suicide (apoptosis) and parts of the antioxidant response. FOXO1 mutations can significantly affect health.

MTHFD1

The MTHFD1 gene encodes an enzyme that allows the production of nucleotides and the methylation of homocysteine. Folic acid must be „activated“ to L-methylfolate to achieve its health effects.

IL-10

The main function of IL-10 is to suppress immune responses. Up to 50% of the variation in IL-10 levels in humans may be due to genetics. Balanced levels of IL-10 are important for health and well-being.

Learn how you will receive your results

On the EvaGen platform, you can view your ordered summary and detailed reports, as well as download your DNA file and store it for future medical and other needs.

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