General Health

Health is wealth, as they say. Learn how your genetics determine sensitivity to chemicals and different kinds of fat, what your genes say about supplements to support brain function, liver health, and cellular signaling; and how your body handles collagen production. This section also covers your genetics when it comes to Omega 3 and Essential Fatty Acids.

Food Sensitivities

You don’t have to have a major allergic episode to discover you may be sensitive to certain foods. your genes can paint the picture for you. Therefore, if you’re genetically susceptible, there are potential food triggers you should avoid. This section of the genetic test looks for common food sensitivities like peanut, dairy, gluten, sugar and red dye.

Vitamins & Minerals

You’ve no doubt heard all your life that vitamins are important, but which vitamins are more important for you based on your genetics? In this section, we’ll cover your potential vitamin needs, including specific forms of vitamins that might help you most, to help educate you on how you can live your best, healthy life.

Exercise Tips

We are all built differently. But did you know that your genetics can tell you what exercise style you might benefit form the most? Are you built for speed or endurance? Weight training or a combo? This section also covers how your genetics determine your VO2 Max and blood pressure levels during exercise. Use this information to gain an advantage in the gym!

Performance Factors

Have you ever been unsuccessful in your weight-loss attempts? Your genes may be to blame. Discover what your genes say about your likelihood of regaining weight after dieting, whether you may benefit from a low carb or high carb diet, if you have a propensity to snack more often than others, as well as whether or not you have an inability to feel full after eating.

Weight Management

Have you ever been unsuccessful in your weight-loss attempts? Your genes may be to blame. Discover what your genes say about your likelihood of regaining weight after dieting, whether you may benefit from a low carb or high carb diet, if you have a propensity to snack more often than others, as well as whether or not you have an inability to feel full after eating.

Saliva samples have become widely recognized as a reliable alternative to blood samples and are commonly utilized for the collection of DNA.

Our partnered lab has over 30 locations throughout the US.

The Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments certification means the lab meets Federal regulations for clinical diagnostic testing and safety.

No, BioLev does not analyze samples for diagnosis of disease. BioLev reports are designed to assist you in making an informed decision for your overall health and wellness.

Talk to your healthcare provider or schedule a consultation with our Geneticist at contact@biolev.com. You can also search for a genetic counselor near you by visiting www.aboutgeneticcounselors.com.

The difference is how your body responds: a food allergy triggers your immune system whereas a food sensitivity is triggered by your digestive system. BioLev focuses on providing reports for sensitivities rather than allergies.

Raw data is the information unique to you that is extracted from your DNA sample. It is your genotype, more specifically the nucleotides A, C, G, T that comprise DNA. We do not send raw data as we test for specific variants for educational purposes only.