Genetic Health Testing

  • Genetic Health Testing

Delivering more than just a test result

InVite® Health has taken the next steps to help you understand and navigate a healthy lifestyle. Now you can access and understand your genome – from genetic mutations to your risk of developing certain conditions – with data that has revolutionized health, wellness and research. We want to empower you, from understanding your body and the way it works, to making educated decisions regarding your health.

How it works

You contain two copies of each gene, one from your father and one from your mother. Understanding the genes in your DNA can help you predict your future state of health and alerts you to begin practicing a particular lifestyle, eat a more focused diet, or even adjust your exercise regimen. You will also be able to supply your physician with this information, which can greatly benefit your future health. All DNA tests are performed with a simple swab of your inner cheek, which is then examined for particular mutations that can contribute to future health issues or that may be protective.

Call or visit an InVite® retail location to speak with a certified healthcare professional and choose the best test for your needs.
Once you choose a test, we'll send you a test kit. Simply swab your cheek and mail it back to the lab in the pre-paid package.
In approximately 5-7 days, your lab results will be ready. A certified healthcare professional will call you to discuss your results.

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  • save-30 Cardiac Health Test

    Cardiac Health Test

    Description Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Having a genetic variant may increase your risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke. Cardiovascular disease includes coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular ... More Info
  • save-30 Celiac Test

    Celiac Test

    Description Celiac disease (CD) is caused by an immune response to gluten in genetically predisposed people. Gluten is the pasty glue-like protein found in grains such as wheat, barley, and rye. If you have celiac disease and ... More Info
  • save-30 Mood and Energy (COMT & MTHFR) Test

    Mood and Energy (COMT & MTHFR) Test

    Description COMT COMT (Catechol-O-methyltranferase) is central to dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine metabolism. Mutations are associated with hormonal imbalances, high stress and worry, compulsive behavior, increased ... More Info
  • save-30 Rheumatoid Arthritis Test

    Rheumatoid Arthritis Test

    Description Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory arthritis that affects multiple joints. It leads to joint damage, joint deformation, and disabilities. RA is associated with a number of co-morbidities particularly ... More Info
  • save-30 Weight Management Test

    Weight Management Test

    Description Weight management is harder than rocket science unless you know the genes that can help you control your appetite and metabolism. With this knowledge, you can adjust your food choices and the type of exercise you ... More Info
  • save-30 Nutritional Deficiencies Test

    Nutritional Deficiencies Test

    Description The Nutritional Deficiencies Panel helps indicate how you metabolize key vitamins and nutrients. Dietary vitamins and minerals are critical for nourishment, energy, immunity, and healing. Deficiencies in essential ... More Info
  • save-30 Alzheimers & Cardiac Risk (APOE) Test

    Alzheimers & Cardiac Risk (APOE) Test

    Description Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) is an important regulator of cholesterol and triglyceride levels in your blood and supports lipid transport and injury repair in your brain There are three different forms of the ApoE gene ... More Info
  • save-30 Bone Health Test

    Bone Health Test

    Description Up to 50% of American women and 30% of American men will suffer with a fracture related to weakened bone some time in their life. Osteoporosis is often called a “silent disease” as you cannot feel your ... More Info
  • save-30 Cellular Aging Test

    Cellular Aging Test

    Description Determine if you’re aging faster than normal. We measure the protective end caps of your DNA (called telomeres) and compare your cellular age to normal levels for people your chronological age. Repeat testing ... More Info
  • save-30 Comprehensive Genetic Test

    Comprehensive Genetic Test

    Description Chronic health conditions are surging in number and clinicians are seeking new tools to better understand the cause of disease. At the same time there has been a dramatic expansion of understanding the roles a version ... More Info
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