|Optimize your health and wellness with Genetic Testing|
Your genotype can reveal many dimensions of your health and help you improve your diet, control your weight, and get the most out of your exercise. With a doctor’s advice, your genotype can be used to help select medication best suited for you. Not only does genetic testing benefit the individual, but it can now personalize and improve many companies' products and services. Find out how you can benefit from this technology today.
The National Wellness Institute Partners with Advanced Genomic Solutions
The National Wellness Institute (NWI) is excited to announce an exclusive partnership with Advanced Genomic Solutions (AGS) to bring innovative, private, safe, secure, and science-based health and wellness genetic testing to all NWI members and non-members alike. As a part of this new and innovative offering, NWI and AGS will be offering exceptional discounts on individual testing and access to all AGS Corporate Genetic, Voluntary Benefit, and Provider Programs.
Who is Advanced Genomic Solutions (AGS)?
AGS is a global leader in business-to-business genetic testing solutions. Focused on optimizing personal health management, AGS empowers clients to make smarter lifestyle choices based on their unique genes.
Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Central Hong Kong, AGS owns its own CLIA/CAP certified genetic testing laboratory and is passionate about protecting consumer privacy. AGS delivers actionable, easy-to-understand genetic reports in personal “genetic owner’s manuals” designed to support overall health, improve lives, enhance personal nutrition, optimize exercise and activity choices, identify crucial medication needs, and much more.
What is AGS GeneShield™?
AGS GeneShield™ is a proprietary combination of policies and procedures designed to protect the personal and private genetic data of each individual AGS client. Unlike most genetic testing, genetic software, and/or genetic data informatics companies, AGS does not sell, share, disclose, or transfer individual client data to any third party or use client data for research purposes.
In compliance with GINA (Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008) and in accordance with HIPAA national standards, AGS upholds the highest standards of bioethics and maintains rigorous policies and procedures to keep client data safe, secure, and encrypted. AGS does not, under any circumstances, provide individual genetic data to employers. Only aggregated, de-identified data is made available to employers for the evaluation of health improvements measures through existing wellness programs.