Personal Genetic Reports  for Nutrition, Diet, Fitness, Skin Care, Allergies and Other Areas of Wellness

Source: Ontario Genomics Institute and Genome British Columbia (2010)

** Genetic testing and sequencing is done through third party providers and usually takes 6-8 weeks to process. 

Four Easy Steps to a Healthier You!** 

The Science Behind LifeNome

Gain Insights Into Your Personalized Wellness through Your Genes. Starting at $49*

* If you already have genetic testing data from 23andMe, or FamilyTreeDNA

How we store your Data
At LifeNome, you control your data and profile and can delete your data and profile at any time. This will erase your raw genetic data from our databases.  The wellbeing reports generated will be kept for your future reference. LifeNome does not share any personally identifiable genetic information with any other third party entities. ​​

Data Security
LifeNome takes the security of your data seriously. We use state of the art security measures and encryption technologies  to safeguard your personal information. You will be responsible for safeguarding your login information and should not share your authentication information to any third party. Please notify us of any unauthorized use of your password.

Statement of Limitations
LifeNome provides non-disease wellness information only. The information provided by LifeNome does not constitute medical advice and is provided solely as complementary insight to assist you, your nutritionist, fitness instructor, and/or health-care provider in making more personalized decisions for your well-being. Genetic predispositions do not mean a condition is actually present. Many environmental and behavioral factors impact the actual presence of a condition. 

Genetic variations in your DNA influence many of the chemical and biological reactions that give rise to your appearance, the way your body processes food, the texture of your skin, the structure of your muscles, and the overall functionality of your body. Advances in genomics science have made it possible to assess which genetic variations within your DNA impact different wellness traits and to what extent. Genetic predisposition is not a diagnosis of a condition, only an indication of the potential genetic tendencies that may or may not express themselves based on behavioral and environmentnal factors.  

LifeNome reports leverage more than two decades of peer-reviewed scientific studies and a proprietary algorithm that analyzes the cumulative impact of 6500+ genetic variations in the form of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) to explore potential predispositions of 500+ wellness traits. ​Watch the video to the right to get a better understanding of how your genes influence your traits and how we decode them.  

Already Have Genetic Testing Data? Skip the first two steps and get your Reports Immediately!​

Ensuring Your Privacy!
LifeNome abides by the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, or GINA, a U.S. federal legislation with bipartisan support that protects Americans from discrimination with respect to health insurance and employment decisions on the basis of genetic information. GINA has passed through Congress and was signed into law by the President on May 21, 2008. As a result, American insurance companies and health plans (including both group and individual insurers, as well as federally-regulated plans) will be prohibited from: looking at your predictive genetic information or genetic services before you enroll; "requesting or requiring" that you or your family members take a genetic test; restricting enrollment based on genetic information; or changing your premiums based on genetic information. GINA also prohibits U.S. employers (including employment agencies, labor organizations, and training programs) from: discriminating against who they hire or how much they pay on the basis of genetic information; "requesting or requiring" that you or your family members take a genetic test; or disclosing your genetic information in their possession except under specific and specially controlled circumstances.  We also abide by COPPA  which applies to the online collection of personal information from children under 13. The new rules spell out what a Web site operator must include in a privacy policy, when and how to seek verifiable consent from a parent and what responsibilities an operator has to protect children's privacy and safety online.

LifeNome does not share your personal data with third parties without your explicit authorization. 

Your Privacy Matters to Us!!