With the help of Genome Science
and Artificial Intelligence
Personalised Gut Status™ scores and
recommendations tailored to your needs
Gut is not just your instinct but
also helps you maintain well-being
Your Gut Can Affect Your Entire Body
Some disorders of gut microbiome dysbiosis
The health of the microbial flora in your digestive system influences your overall health. Research has shown an imbalance in the gut’s microbial flora, known as “dysbiosis”, is associated with many health conditions.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Leaky Gut Syndrome
Diabetes and Metabolic Syndromes
Breast, Prostate and Colorectal Cancer
Gut microbiome dysbiosis is integrally linked to a syndrome of disorders known as IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease). Two major diseases, Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, are components of IBD. IBD is characterized by chronic inflammation in different parts...
How it works
We use DNA sequencing technology and big data analytics to analyse your gut microbiome and obtain your Gut Status™ from your faecal sample. We then recommend Personalised Probiotics™, prebiotics and foods.
DNA sequencing technology allows us to generate a profile of your gut bacteria from a faecal sample.
Based on your gut bacteria and their functions, we generate a dozen personalised scores that assess your microbiome health.
We generate a summary of your personalised Gut Status™ scores, which can be accessed from the Genofax™ dashboard and mobile application.
Based on your gut microbiome data, Genofax™ recommends Personalised Probiotics™ for you, which will promote well-being.
Your journey with Genofax™
At-Home Test Kit
Follow the easy steps for faecal sample collection at home and complete your health questionnaire.
Receive Your Results
Track live updates and receive Gut Status™ test results within 4 to 6 weeks.
Receive Personalised Probiotics™ made just for you.
Get a list of personalised foods to help replenish the good bacteria in your gut.
Probiotics for the Proactive
Maintain A Balanced &
Healthy Gut Microbiome
Personalised Probiotics™ for Your Gut
The presence of probiotic or beneficial bacteria is crucial for your gut health. A healthy balance of probiotic bacteria is often disrupted due to diseases, antibiotic treatment, poor diet, and other factors.
An imbalance in your gut microbial flora can be repaired with probiotic supplements that match your microbiome needs. Genofax™’s Personalised Probiotics™ can make a difference by promoting well-being.
Particularised Foods for You
Food items are a great source of prebiotic fibres. Many fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains have an abundance of prebiotic fibres. Certain good bacteria might not survive in your gut in the absence of food that contains prebiotics.
Based on the analyses of the composition and function of your gut microbiome, we recommend food items that are matched to your personal gut microbiome. These foods will enable your gut bacteria to thrive in a harmonious manner.
Your Gut Status™ Report and Recommendations.
Gut Status™: It scores for an assessment of your gut microbiome composition, the function of the microbes in your gut, and suggestion regarding whether you have a healthy gut microbiome or dysbiosis.
Personalised Probiotics™: An analysis regarding the beneficial or probiotic bacteria residing in your gut and their abundance. To improve your Gut Status™ scores, we recommend Personalised Probiotics™ that are delivered by Genofax™.
Nutrition and Foods: Association scores between your gut bacteria and your dietary habits. Our results include a list of Personalised Foods that can help you maintain a healthy gut microbiome.
Experience the Genofax™ difference
Genofax™ is your Gut Detective, letting you know your current Gut Status™
Ameliorated Dysbiosis Symptoms
Manage symptoms of gut dysbiosis through our recommendations for food and Personalised Probiotics™
Genofax™ promotes well being of people
The Reason of Being
The raison d’être of Genofax™ is related to one of the most pivotal issues of our times––“Diversity and Inclusion”.
Approximately 25% of humanity lives in South Asia and elsewhere in Asia, and yet their participation in personalised genomics, metagenomics and human health research is only 1%.
Genofax™ addresses this issue in a central and targeted way by being a “rainbow digital company”, mindful of the spectrum of colours in the human family. Genofax™ does this by reaching out to the “CALD” (Color and Linguistically Diverse) members of the South Asian and South-East Asian diaspora in Western countries and, in addition, reaches out directly to the countries in Asia, Africa and South America. The diversity of allelic variations in genomic DNA and in the gut microbiome’s metagenomic diversity constitute the foundation of human ethnic diversity. Genofax™ is the only digital health platform committed to proactively and progressively eliminating the digital divide.
We at Genofax™ represent the diversity of the human family. We have amongst us some of the brightest members of the international tech community, who are experts in the biological sciences, data science, AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning). Our suite of technologies in AIeH-MD is ideally suited for this task, which will progressively improve in accuracy as we develop a larger clientele.
Ethnic Diversity and Inclusion
Being mindful of diversity and taking steps to include all in our journey has become part of all social policies. In genetics and digital medicine, understanding diversity is essential for the workflow itself.
In 2022, Svante Pääbo was awarded the Nobel Prize for explaining the evolutionary journey of the human species, a journey that created metabolic and genetic diversity. Astonishingly, diversity is not represented in current health data, thereby creating a massive disconnect.
We plan to engage in a warm and informed manner with diverse community members in multiple languages and provide personalised services to all.
Not One Size Fits All
Diversity is the cornerstone of human existence. Unfortunately, modern conventional, evidence-based medicine is premised on the logic of the “one size fits all” paradigm.
Before the DNA sequence-based understanding of human diversity, the genetic basis of many human disorders could only be understood superficially, and most could not be deployed for therapeutic intervention. DNA diversity analyses in humans in the form of SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) diversity allowed us to see for the first time that complex metabolic pathways interact with numerous personal genetic variants, which together affect health and disease conditions in unique ways. Likewise, the diversity of microbial species in the human gut microbiome interacts with the host’s own genetic variants and his or her cultural practices (including food habits).
Everyone is unique - the path for each individual to a healthy lifestyle must, therefore, also be unique.
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