Everyone with an allergy has an interesting story about how they discovered that their body reacted violently to seemingly harmless allergens. Once an allergy is triggered, the symptoms can range from being annoying to life-threatening.
Evolutionarily, allergies provided an alarm that kept humans away from toxic chemicals, either from venomous animals or plants.
Gene variations are partly responsible for the risk of allergies. Other factors include environmental triggers, stress and the presence of gut microbes.
In this report we profile genes that are associated with the risk for various indoor, outdoor and food allergies.
How do I get started?
To analyze your allergy response genes you need to get the Xcode Life Gene Nutrition report.
The Gene Allergy report covers more than 15 different types of allergies and includes actionable tips to manage them.
The Gene Allergy report provides not only a detailed analysis of your risk variants for different allergies but also ways to manage the symptoms effectively. This includes diet and fitness tips.