Reminder: MyDNA Health Test £30 Off ’til end of Jan

Just reposting this for you in case you can save some wonga! Also, you are now able to use your 23andME data to generate a report.

I have been doing quite a few of the excellent myDNA genetic tests recently and have been mightily impressed with the very useable report you get back with it. I was going to write about it soon, but today see they have it on offer at £30 off from now until the end of January so thought I would mention it now!

You can read all about the test here.

You will find a sample report there too. The report is 47 pages long and set out to make it very easy to see what’s going on in your case. This is what the test is focused on:

Comprehensive Overview

It’s not complex like the 23andMe type of test where you need to process the data, but it gives you simple, well-summarised ideas on what you may need to focus on for current or future health. Take advantage whilst it’s cheaper – maybe a nice gift for a family member who needs it, or for yourself as information to work with in the new year?

You can in fact use your 23and ME data to generate a full myDNA Comprehensive report, which is really useful and saves you having to do another sample so is much cheaper.


4 Replies to “Reminder: MyDNA Health Test £30 Off ’til end of Jan”

  1. hi Micki, Is the family package on offer too? it seems that you have to pay more than 3 x 169, so is it better just to order them singly?

    1. Hi Alison, no it isn’t – just the single ones so it is indeed cheaper to get three singles at that price whilst you can!

  2. Hi Micki, I see they do a comprehensive test with a gluten intolerance add on. Says it’s £249, do you know if the discount is on that one too?

    1. Hi Andy, no discount on that one at the moment, sorry. They only did the £199 one this time. Bear in mind the gluten add on is coeliac based rather than non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. I haven;t listed it because of that. The gene test on my shop is a full gluten gene test if that’s what you need. See here: scroll down to the bit that explains gluten gene testing. Hope that helps.

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