Camtech Ideal Health DNA Test kit

SGD 750.00
0.2 kg

Ideal Health Genetic DNA Test Kit

We all respond differently to ageing, nutrition and physical activity based on our DNA.

The genome is genetic content, or hereditary information, composed of DNA, in humans and other organisms. DNA is built with four bases – Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Guanine (G), and Cytosine (C). Although the genome of all humans is almost the same, a minor difference exists among individuals.

This difference, called ‘genetic variation’, is responsible for various unique phenotypes, (appearance, e.g. colour of skin/eyes, skin elasticity, skin sensitivity, etc.) and the difference in health status among individuals. In most cases, this difference or variation is passed onto the next generation (inheritance), which affects predisposition to certain health conditions and illnesses in offspring.

Knowing your unique genetic predispositions will allow you a better understanding of your body – its strengths, weaknesses and aging profile.

This allows you to focus on making the types of lifestyle choices and changes in terms of nutrition, exercise and skincare that get you the best results for optimal health and longevity

Camtech has specially selected the most relevant genetic traits within a simple to use genetic test that helps you to understand your personal traits and explore the preventative health measures that can be taken starting today.

It all starts with your genes.
Pre-empt potential health issues long before they surface.
Take preventative action to enhance your healthy and productive years

How is your sample collected and evaluated?

Simple and convenient to use

An easy to take saliva sample is all that is required.

Saliva samples are quickly and painlessly collected at home and then processed at our specialist labs, with the test results available to view on the Camtech Health App once they are ready, approximately 4 to 5 weeks.

A customised individual report is then generated with our personalised recommendations for you.

No needles, no blood, 100% safe.
All it takes is a simple saliva sample.

Just scan this QR code and download the Camtech Health app to order your Ideal DNA test kit!

See the Camtech Ideal Health DNA Test kit brochure for additional information.

Skin panel

Antioxidant Deficiency

Our key antioxidant enzymes protect cells in the skin from free radical damage, and are responsible for converting them into less harmful products. Those with genetic variations in these enzymes have reduced protection from the harmful effects of superoxide radicals and are advised to protect their more vulnerable skin cells from damage.

UV Damage Potential

Photoaging describes damage to the skin due to ultraviolet radiation, and is a major contributor to premature ageing. We report on genetic variations in the key genes that influence the extent of overall facial photoaging, combining pigmentation, sagging, and

wrinkles. These genes strongly increase risk of photoaging, independent of age, BMI, skin colour, skin photo-type, menopausal status, smoking habits, and lifetime sun exposure.

Youthful Skin

As we age, we generally develop wrinkles, age spots and dryness. Our skin also becomes thinner and loses fat, making it less smooth, bouncy, and soft. People who have youthfulness genes experience a much slower skin ageing process, and look much younger as they age.

Fitness panel

Potential for Lean Body Mass

Lean body mass is the portion of the weight that is not fat and it has a strong genetic component. If you have a tendency for a higher lean body mass, you have a better chance of attaining a muscular body through exercise compared to the average population.

Endurance Potential

Endurance depends on the proportion of slow- twitch fibres in skeletal muscle. Studies have identified a number of genetic variants associated with higher proportion of slow-twitch fibres, and higher oxygen supplies to muscle tissues. Knowing your genetic-based endurance score is important for creating your optimal fitness plan.

Potential for Obesity

Obesity is a complex trait that is infleunced by numerous genes. Genome-wide association studies have found that people with excessive weight share some common genetic variations. Here, we take into consideration around 400 genetic loci to determine your risk profile for obesity. While potential for obesity and higher BMI is highly influenced by genes, it may be regulated through both diet and exercise.

Fitness panel

Iron Deficiency

Iron is an essential mineral, and a key component of hundreds of proteins, including hemoglobin in red blood cells, and myoglobin in muscle cells. Absorption, transport and storage of iron are tightly regulated as it is both essential, and potentially toxic. Understanding your potential for iron deficiency may help to manage this common nutrient deficiency which can lead to symptoms such as anemia, fatigue and palpitations.

Low Fat Diet Effectiveness

A low-fat diet restricts fat (particularly saturated fat) intake, while increasing protein intake. People with genetic variations in genes associated with sensitivity to fat are more responsive to low fat, high protein diets, if the goal is weight loss.

Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is critical to bone and muscle health, and healthy functioning of immune, endocrine and cardiovascular systems. Your body synthesises vitamin D in the skin with exposure to UVB rays from sunlight. Certain genetic variations may contribute to vitamin D deficiency.

Ageing panel


Baldness is known to be substantially heritable, with approximately 80% for both early- and late- onset hair loss. Numerous genetic variants are found to be associated with hair loss. The androgen gene may be only 40% responsible for it, while the remaining 60% can be attributed to other genes controlling the hair follicle cycle, response to metabolic states, cell division, stress and environmental factors.


Having the right genes can help increase your chances of reaching 100 years old, since longevity runs in families. While you cannot control genetics, there are plenty of things you can do to increase the probability of living to a ripe old age. Studies have shown that lifestyle, diet, mental attitude and spiritual disposition play the biggest roles in longevity.

Healthy Aging

As your body ages, you can expect gradual changes that will occur at your body’s own pace. How your body ages depends in part on your genetic pattern of aging. Other factors such as environmental influences and dietary regime can also contribute to healthy aging. This trait measures whether you share genetic variations that are associated with over 1,300 healthy Individuals ranging from 80 to 105 years.