Genome

Meet your DNA. We look at parts of your genetic data to better understand what you’re truly made of.

With your Coach, explore wellness-related genes that help scientifically identify what nutrition and lifestyle changes may work better for your body, while also discovering clues that might point to future wellness issues. Genetics can play a role in metabolism, heart health, and living well with chronic diseases like diabetes, and more.

Genome

Meet your DNA. We look at your genetic data to understand what you’re truly made of.

We collect your DNA to analyze numerous wellness-related genes that help identify what nutrition and lifestyle approaches scientifically work best for your body, while also providing clues to pinpoint larger health issues. Genetics can play a role in metabolism, heart health, bone health, weight gain, soft tissue and ligament injury, your ability to handle toxins in your environment, and so much more. Combined with other tests, the genetic information often proves the key to unlocking optimal health.


Examples of what you could discover.

Understanding potential risks.


The genetic tests Pioneers undergo include the Lipoprotein Lipase gene. Variants of this gene can help identify if you may be at increased risk of developing high cholesterol when consuming high levels of saturated fat.

LPL is an enzyme that plays a critical role in breaking down fat, in the form of triglycerides. Mutations of the gene, which are analyzed within the Arivale program, have been associated with different efficiency levels for LPLs to break down fat, and to influence the levels of fat contained in the bloodstream.

Knowing this, carriers of certain LPL gene variations may benefit from a diet low in saturated fats, depending on the levels of key heart health blood markers. Doing so could help maintain a cholesterol level and ward off potential diseases linked to high cholesterol such as heart disease.

Understanding weight gain.


Research shows that having a specific variant in the FTO gene may mean you are more likely than others to gain weight if your diet is high in fat or if you don’t exercise.

Knowing this extra hurdle to wellness, Arivale Coaches can develop a tailored workout and diet routine that will most effectively help compensate for the resistance and keep you motivated to stick to it.



Examples of what you could discover.

Understanding potential risks.


The genetic tests Pioneers undergo include the Lipoprotein Lipase gene. Variants of this gene can help identify if you may be at increased risk of developing high cholesterol when consuming high levels of saturated fat.

LPL is an enzyme that plays a critical role in breaking down fat, in the form of triglycerides. Mutations of the gene, which are analyzed within the Arivale program, have been associated with different efficiency levels for LPLs to breakdown fat, and to influence the levels of fat contained in the bloodstream.

Knowing this, carriers of certain LPL gene variations may benefit from a diet low in saturated fats, depending on the levels of key heart health blood markers. Doing so could help maintain a cholesterol level and ward off potential diseases linked to high cholesterol such as heart disease.

Understanding weight gain.


Research shows that having a specific variant in the FTO gene may mean you are more likely than others to gain weight if your diet is high in fat or if you don’t exercise.

Knowing this extra hurdle to wellness, Arivale Coaches can develop a tailored workout and diet routine that will most effectively help compensate for the resistance and keep you motivated to stick to it.