What can blood testing reveal about your future health?

What if you could have a window into your future wellbeing? Many of us would love a crystal ball when it comes to knowing what’s in store for us and our health is no exception.

While there are many unknowns, and the personal lifestyle decisions that we make have a big influence on our general health, there are some risks that we are able to get a heads-up on.

Knowledge is power

Ever wonder what you might be more at risk of, because of your genes?

There are some illnesses and conditions which we are more likely to be predisposed to genetically. Knowing about these risks in advance can be incredibly powerful, helping empower you to make the right lifestyle choices to optimise your health.

With a clearer picture of your own genetic make-up, you can better understand your likelihood of developing conditions which could have a negative impact on your life, giving you the opportunity to make any changes needed now, in order to avoid those problems later down the line.

What if you could have a window into your future wellbeing?


Armed with the knowledge of your own personal genetic predispositions, you are much more able to make the right diet and lifestyle choices for you.

What genetic traits can blood testing reveal?

The types of conditions and risks that blood testing can reveal is quite broad and paints a very interesting picture of your potential future health status, from your unique nutritional needs to your risks of high blood pressure, how your body handles weight and metabolism, to your ability to deal with stress.

Our DNABlue Genetic Traits Report uncovers information about:

  • Ability to deal with stress
  • Accelerated cellular ageing
  • Appetite dysregulation
  • Digestive upsets
  • Histamine intolerance
  • Ideal exercise type
  • Imbalanced blood sugar
  • Increased inflammation
  • Increased need for antioxidants
  • Increased need for particular vitamins and minerals
  • Increased tendon and ligament injury
  • Lactose and gluten intolerance
  • Likelihood of high blood pressure
  • Poor alcohol detoxification
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Slow caffeine metabolism
  • Weight gain with specific foods and habits

Prevention is better than cure

Armed with the knowledge of your own personal genetic predispositions, you are much more able to make the right diet and lifestyle choices for you.

You may find that you could benefit from taking specific supplements, or that there are certain things you should be avoiding in your diet. It’s like having a tailored manual full of information about what makes your particular body tick, and what it needs to function at its best.

Booking your private genetic traits health test

We make sure the experience of booking a private genetic health test is as easy, convenient, and painless as possible. Here’s how it works:

As well as genetic health traits testing, we have a comprehensive range of health checks and diagnostic blood tests available, including diabetes, immunity checks, thyroid, and fatigue testing.

After you have selected the right test for you, simply order online through our secure payment system or chat to a member of our team. Once your order is placed, you’ll be sent everything you need to collect a cheek swab DNA sample and return it to us, via post, for processing in our accredited laboratory.

Clear, accurate results

The time it takes to receive your results will depend on the type of test you have chosen. When they are ready, your results will be sent directly to you, via email, within the time specified. If you would prefer to receive a paper copy of your results through the post, that can be arranged for you.

You can also choose the option of reported or unreported results. Reported results include information and comment from our GP which you may find helpful to discuss with your own consultant, or for your records.

With our genetic health traits test, you will receive a personal report, detailing everything you need to know about the various health checks included in your test, your results, and what they mean for you and your health and wellbeing going forward.

Find out more and book your private genetic traits blood test