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[BETA] GBinsight Genetic Testing

How It Works

Step 1: Select Your Tests

 Scroll down to view the GBinsight tests available via Own Your Labs, click the Add to Cart button on any test of your choice, and you’re ready to checkout.

Step 2: Fill Out Your Information

Once on the checkout page, fill out the required fields.

This information is needed for genetic analysis of your DNA sample and will allow GB HealthWatch to communicate with you through your personal portal on their platform (they’ll provide further details after you’ve completed your order).

Note: Please be sure to provide a cell phone number that can receive texts, as this will be needed to access your DNA report.

Step 2a: (Optional) Submit Your Anonymous Data

One of the biggest reasons we started this service is to provide an anonymous data pool to the scientific community, but your participation is optional. If you choose to submit your data (and we hope you do), please read the <terms and conditions>. To use the discount, click the “Checkout With Discount” option on the cart page, and fill out the additional demographic information. After that, you can proceed with checkout as normal like any other order. If you choose not to submit your data, simply ensure the “Citizen Science Discount” option is left unchecked and your data will not be added to the anonymous data pool.

Please note: The Citizen Science Discount and opt-in will apply to all tests in the cart at the time of the order. If you’d like to opt in your lab tests (from any of our other offerings), but not genetic results, please place them on separate orders and ensure the “Citizen Science Discount” option is not checked on the GBinsight order.

Step 3: Provide the DNA Sample Once the Test Kit Arrives

Once you have placed your order, a GBinsight DNA collection kit will be sent to the address provided at checkout. Once you have received the kit, collect your DNA sample and fill out the enclosed requisition form. Ship both the sample and form in the provided mailer to the genetic testing laboratory. (They will provide these instructions for you as well)

Step 4: Enjoy Your Data

Once your DNA sample is received by the lab, results will be available in 2-4 weeks. During this time, you will receive emails from GBinsight with updates on your test status. To access your genetic report, you must first register for a HealthWatch 360 account, which is a secure and HIPAA-compliant application for sharing genetic data.

GBinsight Tests

Details:

This next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based genetic test analyzes 126 genes relevant to 22 diet and nutrition-related traits. Includes DNA-based diet and nutrition recommendations for modifiable cardiometabolic diseases, nutrient deficiencies, and food intolerances. NGS allows for the genetic analysis of single nucleotide variants, short insertion/deletions and large genomic deletions/duplications. More details

See “Genes” tab on GBinsight page for a full list of genes tested and additional information.

This test requires a test kit be shipped, please ensure a valid address is provided at checkout so the test kit can be received.

Details:

This next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based genetic test analyzes 140 genes relevant to atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk and monogenic and polygenic lipid disorders, including high cholesterol, high triglycerides, low and high HDL, and high Lp(a), endothelial dysfunction and statin-induced muscle pain. NGS allows for the genetic analysis of single nucleotide variants, short insertion/deletions and large genomic deletions/duplications. More details

See “Genes” tab on GBinsight page for a full list of genes tested and additional information.

This test requires a test kit be shipped, please ensure a valid address is provided at checkout so the test kit can be received.

Details:

This next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based genetic test analyzes 145 genes relevant to monogenic and polygenic Alzheimer’s disease, amyloid beta production and clearance, Tau pathology, cholesterol and lipid metabolism, neuroinflammation and oxidative stress. NGS allows for the genetic analysis of single nucleotide variants, short insertion/deletions and large genomic deletions/duplications. More details.

See “Genes” tab on GBinsight page for a full list of genes tested and additional information.

This test requires a test kit be shipped, please ensure a valid address is provided at checkout so the test kit can be received.

Details:

This next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based genetic test analyzes 150 genes relevant to monogenic and polygenic diabetes, beta cell function, insulin deficiency, insulin resistance, hypertriglyceridemia, obesity, and susceptibility to autoimmune diseases. NGS allows for the genetic analysis of single nucleotide variants, short insertion/deletions and large genomic deletions/duplications. More details

See “Genes” tab on GBinsight page for a full list of genes tested and additional information.

This test requires a test kit be shipped, please ensure a valid address is provided at checkout so the test kit can be received.