"When you know which of your Genes are dirty and what lifestyle decisions help to clean them up.. reversing your  symptoms becomes possible and life can become      liveable again!"

Our Genes can be 'born dirty' or they merely 'act dirty' in response to our environment, diet, or lifestyle, causing lifelong, life-threatening and chronic health problems, including cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disorders, anxiety, depression, digestive issues, obesity, cancer and diabetes to name a few. By understanding our unique genetic code, we can optimise our health, prevent and possibly reverse disease and live a full and vital life.  

Our Dirty Gene Finder™ is a questionaire you can work through and will help identify and optimise from 7 possible most influential dirty genes (shown below) using your current symptoms and then helping you clean them up with targeted and personalised plans, including healthy eating, good sleep, stress relief, minerals & vitamins, supplements, environmental detox and other holistic and natural means.  

Many of us believe our genes doom us to the disorders that run in our families, our self-help tool will help you put the right plan in place to hopefully eliminate symptoms and optimise your physical and mental health and ultimately rewrite your genetic destiny.  

You don't need to know anything about biochemistry to benefit from finding your dirty genes, but once you have linked your symptoms to a particular gene name and then what foods, minerals and vitamins will help clean it up, you'll know a lot more than most know Doctors about how to find the possible root causes of your illness and how to deal with the root causes by cleaning your dirty genes.  

So, if you'd like to find those Dirty Genes, complete the FREE Dirty Genes Finder™ questionaire below and we'll let you know by email when it's ready.  


Start the Dirty Genes Finder™
 

Meet the 7 Most Influential & Actionable Genes

 

MTHFR Gene. (Methylation/Inflammation)

This gene initiates your ability to methylate, a key process that affects your stress response, homocysteine levels/inflammation, brain chemistry, energy production, immune response, detoxification, antioxidant production, cell repair, and genetic expression. Up to 40 – 60% of the population have a mutation in their MTHFR gene, so It’s not uncommon.  


DAO Gene (Histamine & Gut Health)

Your DAO gene is focused on expelling the histamine that lives outside your cells, mainly in your gut. It affects your response to the histamine in various foods and beverages and that’s also produced by some gut bacteria, affecting your likelihood of food sensitivities and allergic reactions. This can lead to multiple triggers, poor tolerance of many things, leading to throbbing head, irritable, racing heart, itchy skin, bloody nose.  


COMT Gene (Estrogen & Stress)

COMT and its SNPs have powerful effects on mood, focus, and how your body handles Estrogen & Stress, a key factor in the menstrual cycle, in fibroids, and in some estrogensensitive cancers. The efficiency of your MTHFR gene and COMT affects how well excess estrogen and tress hormones are cleared from the body. This gene can be fast or slow from birth.  


MAOA Gene (Mood & Cravings)

The MAOA (monoamine oxidase A) gene helps govern your levels of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin, key brain chemicals that affect mood, alertness, energy, vulnerability to addictions, self-confidence, sleep and food cravings. This gene can be fast or slow from birth.  


GST/GPX (Detoxifier of Chemicals & Stress)

This gene regulates the transfer of glutathione, important in detox of xenobiotics, and management of oxidative stress.  



NOS3 Gene (Heart, Muscle & Blood Health)

NOS3 (Nitric Oxide) affects your production of nitric oxide in endothelial blood vessel cells, which supports heart health, affecting such processes as blood flow and blood vessel formation.  



PEMT Gene (Cell Membrane Health)

PEMT helps to produce phosphatidylcholine which supports your cell membranes and liver. This gene affects cell integrity, absorption of nutrients, bile flow, & triglyceride flow  

 


Please answer the questions as honestly as possible. The answers will be held as strictly confidential and not shared with any 3rd parties. Please allow a day or so for us to get back to you. Click NEXT

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It is best to do this questionnaire on a laptop or desktop computer. Please tick as many symptoms as apply to you but if a section doesn't apply at all, tick the 'Does not Apply' at the end of each list.  


What kind of health challenge are you dealing with? Please be specific and also mention if you've had any treatment and are taking any drugs which may be affecting your health. 

Are you taking any medications or vitamin supplements? Please list them:

MTHFR Gene. (Methylation/Inflammation)


This gene initiates your ability to methylate, a key process that affects your stress response, homocysteine levels/inflammation, brain chemistry, energy production, immune response, detoxification, antioxidant production, cell repair, and genetic expression. Up to 40 – 60% of the population have a mutation in their MTHFR gene, so It’s not uncommon.

DAO Gene (Histamine & Gut Health)


Your DAO gene is focused on expelling the histamine that lives outside your cells, mainly in your gut. It affects your response to the histamine in various foods and beverages and that’s also produced by some gut bacteria, affecting your likelihood of food sensitivities and allergic reactions. This can lead to multiple triggers, poor tolerance of many things, leading to throbbing head, irritable, racing heart, itchy skin, bloody nose..

COMT Gene (Estrogen & Stress)

COMT and its SNPs have powerful effects on mood, focus, and how your body handles Estrogen & Stress, a key factor in the menstrual cycle, in fibroids, and in some estrogensensitive cancers. The efficiency of your MTHFR gene and COMT affects how well excess estrogen and the stress hormones are cleared from the body. This gene can be fast or slow from birth.


COMT part 1. _______________________
COMT part 2. _______________________



MAOA Gene (Mood & Cravings)


he MAOA (monoamine oxidase A) gene helps govern your levels of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin, key brain chemicals that affect mood, alertness, energy, vulnerability to addictions, self-confidence, sleep and food cravings. This gene can be fast or slow from birth.
 


MAOA part 1. _______________________
MAOA part 2. _______________________

GST/GPX (Detoxifier of Chemicals & Stress)

This gene regulates the transfer of glutathione, important in detox of xenobiotics, and management of oxidative stress.

NOS3 Gene (Heart, Muscle & Blood Health)

NOS3 (Nitric Oxide) affects your production of nitric oxide in endothelial blood vessel cells, which supports heart health, affecting such processes as blood flow and blood vessel formation.



PEMT Gene (Cell Membrane Health)



PEMT helps to produce phosphatidylcholine which supports your cell membranes
and liver. This gene affects cell integrity, absorption of nutrients, bile flow, & triglyceride flow.