The 24Genetics Tests

In the face of the variety of existing genetic tests, it is understandable that you feel overwhelmed. Perhaps you are a very active person who devotes a good part of your free time to sport, but you may also be interested in finding out about the origins of your ancestors, improving your diet or taking care of your skin. Today we are going to try to explain to you how the different tests of 24Genetics can provide you with useful information related to the above topics.

  • Ancestry Test:

    What does your DNA say about your origins? For thousands of years, genetic information has been passed on from generation to generation until it reaches you. There are other ancestry tests on the market, but 24Genetics is the only one capable of identifying your origins in more than 1500 geographical areas; more than double of most tests on the market. The rest of the tests will be able to determine that there is a part of your ancestry that have their origin in an area within a continent or subcontinent, 24genetics offers information on more than 100 regions/ethnics on each subcontinent.

  • Health Test:

    If you want to know the genetic predisposition you have to develop certain types of diseases, our health test will help you. It can identify which type of check-ups you should have more frequently to prevent and control their development. Besides, the test will help you know if you can transmit so-called “rare” diseases to your children and what you can do to avoid them. The 24Genetics’ test reads more than 700,000 genetic markers that are very relevant to make relevant decisions that help stay healthy.

  • Pharmacogenetic test:

    This report studies your genetic predisposition to the effectiveness of different drugs. Many scientific studies show that medicines do not have the same effect on each person and that these differences are due to genetic reasons. The pharmacogenetic test allows you to make much more efficient use of medicines.

  • Nutrigenetic test:

    The way your body absorbs nutrients intimately links to your genetics. Thanks to this test, you will be able to eat more healthy and better adapted to your characteristics; in fact, it will offer you beneficial information to design personalized and much more effective slimming diets.

  • Sports DNA Test:

    This test helps you decide which sports practice is best suited to your characteristics, or which injuries you are most prone to, and what measures you can take to avoid them

  • Dermatological test:

    Not all skins are the same; according to your genetics, the propensity of your skin too, for example, ageing can be greater or lesser. With our tests we analyze how your genetics influence the hydration, elasticity and antioxidant capacity of your skin; this information is beneficial for you to decide which dermatological treatments and creams are the most suitable for you.

  • Talent Test:

    Everything that has happened to us has forged our personality. In addition to all these environmental and cultural factors, numerous scientific studies have shown that genetics also influence our nature. The talent test helps us to know better our capacities and abilities.

We hope we have provided you with the answers to your questions about each of the reports. I’m sure you will find one adapted to your needs. If you want to know more details, you can visit our website at or send an email to

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