Embrace the power of your DNA — and unlock lasting wellness.
The NARA DNA Report gives you access to personalized recommendations supported by your genomic data.
Nara’s DNA Reports offer personalized solutions backed by the latest science. By analyzing your third-party DNA data, Nara gives you deeper insight into your overall wellness and the underlying factors that impact your health.
Learn how your body specifically responds to vital micronutrients (vitamins and minerals)
Learn what you can take to naturally supplement and support your mind and body
Learn how to optimize your diet based on your unique profile
Are you curious about your genetics and the role it plays in your health?
The impact that your unique DNA can have on health outcomes is important for many reasons: It can tell you about your risk for certain diseases; how your lifestyle choices can bring out or influence the expression of certain genetic characteristics; and even how your genes can direct which “healthy lifestyles” will biologically work best for you! The predictive genetic analysis that Nara provides helps solve these genetic clues to uncover the mystery that makes-up you.
We, at Nara, believe that one-size-doesn’t-fit-all, and so, we offer 3 different DNA Reports that cover your mental health, physical health, and women’s health. The MIND Report provides mental health insights; the BODY Report provides physical health insights; and the FOR HER Report provides women’s health insights. Nara’s science team analyses your genes related to the stress response system, immune system, neurotransmitters, micronutrients, and metabolism to provide you with personalized solutions backed by the latest science.
You will learn how your body specifically responds to natural supplements and micronutrients; you’ll learn what you can take to support both your mind and body; as well as learn how to optimize your diet based on your unique profile. For example, if an increased risk of Depression is found, the MIND report would offer natural mental health solutions to help manage and reduce this risk.