DNA Resilience is a genetic test that reports on the seven key molecular areas that have the greatest influence on resilience: cortisol, oxytocin, the neurotrophic pathway, neuropeptide Y, norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin. The report is able to determine an individuals’ genetic potential for resilience and provide ways in which intrinsic strengths can be amplified and existing weaknesses reduced. The action steps centre on highly individualised lifestyle strategies that leverage diet, targeted activity, environmental awareness, and nutritional supplements.
Given the hereditability of emotional regulation (30%), temperament (±56%) and cognitive aptitude (>99%), a critical knowledge and understanding of individual genetics and environmental influences can unlock exceptional resilience and a performance advantage regardless of circumstances.
Sign up for the DNA Resilience Online Certification Course, and become a certified DNA Resilience test practitioner, joining our global network of preferred providers for this first-of-a-kind genetic test.
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This course is presented completely online in a user-friendly educational platform designed to make learning easy.
The course is divided into 6 comprehensive modules covering the following:
- A brief overview of nutritional genomics and the science
- The 7 molecular areas of resilience
- The importance and impact of the molecular area on resilience
- Evidence on the genes and SNPs associated with environmental stressors and resiliency
- Science-based, actionable recommendations per gene with regards to diet, supplements, exercise and lifestyle support
- Overview of the DNA Resilience report
- A DNA Resilience case study
Before moving on to the next module, you must complete a quiz that will enable you to test your knowledge. You will also gain access to supporting scientific literature that is provided as recommended reading per module, and downloadable slides in PDF format, as well as practical tips to implement the recommendations. Please note that you will need to complete the quizzes within 3 months of commencing the course. The course content will be accessible for 1 year.
The course is self-paced. Please note that it may take 24-48 hours to gain access to the educational content once you have registered on the educational platform.
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Richard Sutton, SuttonHealth
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Resilience is the ability to recover quickly from a crisis. Research shows that resilience is highly heritable, meaning there is a strong genetic component to one’s baseline resilience and it is how we interact with our environment that determines our ability to thrive under adverse conditions. This report considers the seven molecular areas that underpin our resilience, and provides valuable insight into how you can optimise these areas and boost your resilience using personalised diet, nutraceutical, exercise and lifestyle recommendations.
The following seven molecular pathways contribute to resilience, and are included in the test report:
- Neuropeptide Y
- Brain derived neurotrophic factor
- Stress axis
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