Immune-Health Panel

Evaluates genes involved in antioxidant and immune responses that underlie most chronic diseases, cancer, and aging.

Inflammation is a common theme throughout chronic diseases, including cancer. Immune system over- and under-responses can contribute to health issues. Genes associated with the immune system regulate and control many pro-inflammatory molecules, including cytokines that influence the disease process. This comprehensive panel, with gender-specific reports based on 101 gene and 222 variant interpretations, provides personalized nutrigenomics strategies for optimizing proper functioning of the immune system, including: cytokines, oxidation-reduction, cell signalling, eating behaviors, inflammation, nutrient utilization, detoxification, and stress response.