Making complex simple

What do we need to thrive?

The human body is incredibly complicated, and the answers can be hard to find. At 3×4 we strive to unlock these answers. We strip away complexity and give you deep insight into your genetic blueprint.

This personalised knowledge empowers you to make the right choices when it comes to your health.

PATHWAY BASED ANALYSIS

3X4 offers pathway-based analysis, not single gene-variant based analysis, meaning it looks at how genes interact with one another and work together to impact key metabolic processes.

This approach is based on systems biology, which more accurately reflects how the body functions – in systems, not in separate parts. Conventional genetic testing looks at the impact of single gene variants, independently, regardless of their interaction with other genes or pathways. 3X4 is changing the paradigm of genetic translation.

BUILT BY A NUTRIGENOMICS PRACTITIONER, FOR PRACTITIONERS

Yael Joffe, PhD, RD is a Translational Nutrigenomics expert with over two decades of clinical experience as a practitioner and educator. The 3X4 test is the product of extensive research and practice, backed by both clinical validity and scientific validity. Genes were selected from peer-reviewed scientific publications and the analysis is rooted in systems biology.

WHAT DOES 3X4 STAND FOR?

3 of each: Metabolism, Diet, Lifestyle, Supplements / Behaviour.

Recommendations on the 3X4 report are summarised into 3 key metabolic areas, 3 diet changes, 3 lifestyle suggestions, and 3 possible supplements or behaviour adjustments, helping the practitioner to put complex genetic data into a clear plan of action.

GENETIC IMPACT REPRESENTED IN COLOUR

3X4 translates nutrigenomic data into the clear and simple universal language.

From dark purple to light green, the impact of 82 genes are translated into a colour-coded feedback system that makes it easy for you to clearly see what the most important key metabolic pathways are that need attention first.

This approach simplifies your unique genetic story for both you and your practitioner, helping to focus interventions and prioritise recommendations.