OPTIMAL HEALTH PREVENTION
Premium Plus Sensor
The Premium Plus Sensor enables women and men to receive optimal health care with the help of extensive genetic analysis.
Health problems often develop slowly
There is hardly a person who does not get one or the other problem with his health in the course of his life. In most cases, the symptoms develop slowly and are therefore often taken seriously too late.
Early prevention can often make a significant contribution to preventing diseases in the first place or at least treating them successfully. For this reason, early diagnosis is essential.
The influence of genes on health
Genes strongly influence many potential health risks. Genetic defects can increase the likelihood of the development of many diseases and lead
to massive health problems in both men and women.
Therefore, it is useful to carry out genetic analysis to detect possible diseases at an early stage. Such an analysis can reliably identify potential risks so that suitable preventive measures can be taken in good time.
How our Premium Plus Sensor works
Are you interested in a demo report?
After a successful analysis, we summarize the individual results in a detailed result report. You will also find information on the analyzed genes and the underlying science in this demo.
We would be happy to send you the demo report. Just send us an email with the name of the analysis.
The Premium Plus Sensor is our most comprehensive genetic analysis. As part of the test, our laboratory analyzes the sample sent in for more than 110 genetic variations relevant to diseases. Also, we evaluate the influence of the genetic profile on the intake of around 230 different drugs.
This enables us to identify genetic risks for more than 35 different diseases and to recommend suitable measures for effective prevention.
After a successful analysis, we prepare a comprehensive written report in which we present all results in detail.
In this way, our Premium Plus Sensor, which is optionally available for women or men, can make a valuable contribution to comprehensive health care.