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Health has traditionally used a cookie-cutter, symptoms-based approach.
Cookie-cutter because it offers the same treatments to everybody, even though everybody’s body is different and what works for one person won’t necessarily work for another.
Symptoms-based because it’s based on fixing problems, not preventing them. Personalized health takes into account your genetic predispositions & current health (using labs) to address problems before they come up.
Basically, personalized health is going to create a happier, healthier society.
SelfDecode Pro works for various kinds of health practitioners. Because of the extensive range of DNA Wellness Reports and lab markers, it works for practitioners handling all sorts of health issues. Some of our SelfDecode Pro members include MDs, naturopathic doctors, psychologists, health coaches, nutritionists and more.
SelfDecode Pros get discounted rates on DNA kits. Either order in bulk or individually, depending on your needs. Track the progress of your DNA kits on your client dashboard.
If your client already has a DNA test, just upload it directly through your client dashboard. SelfDecode supports files from the following test providers: 23AndMe, Ancestry, Courtagen, Family Tree, My Heritage, Atlas, Dante Labs, Nebula, Map My Genome, Diagnomics, Genes For Good, DNA.Land, Illumina, Genos (Version 1), Genos (Version 2), Living DNA, and iGene.
We also support whole genome files from Dante Labs and Nebula Genomics.
Our AI uses genetic imputation to turn the 500,000-800,000 genetic variants into data for up to 83 million genetic variants. To learn more about genetic imputation, visit our learn page.
We use a “Bayesian deep-learning” algorithm for our genetic models. This is the same technology that companies like Uber are using to make driverless cars — along with countless other experts developing new technologies at places like Harvard and MIT.
Unlike other companies, we never sell our users’ data to other companies nor do we share user data with any third parties.
We take your privacy and the security of your genetic data very seriously.
Sure, some clients may not want DNA testing or lab recommendations. But we find that the overwhelming majority of SelfDecode Pros have had a great response when introducing these services to clients.
As personalized health becomes more popular, clients will have a better initial understanding of what these services can do for them.
There is also a demand for these services already. By introducing DNA + Lab services, you’ll likely get an influx of new clientele.
SelfDecode is a personalized health report service, which enables users to obtain detailed information and reports based on their genome. SelfDecode does not treat, diagnose or cure any conditions, but is for informational and educational purposes alone.
Have a DNA file?
Seasonal Low Mood
Low back injury
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
Ligament Rupture (ACL Injury)
Tendon Injury (Tendinopathy)
Omega 6:Omega 3 Ratio
Bioavailable Testosterone (Male)
Air pollution sensitivity
Caffeine-Related Sleep Problems
Heart rate recovery
Bioavailable Testosterone (Female)
LDL Particle Size
IL-17A (Th17 Dominance)
IL-6 (Th2 and Th17)
Chili Pepper sensitivity
Mold Sensitivity (Foodborne)
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
Sensitivity to Dairy (IgG Casein)
Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (IgG Gliadin)
Mold Sensitivity (Airborne)
Low Sperm Count
High Blood Sugar
Chronic Fatigue / Tiredness
Restless Leg Syndrome
Shoulder & Neck Pain
Hair Loss (Male-Pattern Baldness)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Testosterone – Males
Yeast infection (Candida)
Length of menstrual cycle
Hearing/difficulty problem /Hearing loss
Low Blood Sugar
White blood cell count
Red blood cell count
Achilles tendon injury
Response to Stress
Rotator cuff injury
Time spent watching TV
Response to Caffeine
Wearing glasses or contacts
Bitter Taste Sensitivity
Openness to experience