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Disease Prevention

Discover Hidden Health Risks

With Macromo, you can learn about your genetic predisposition and make adequate lifestyle modifications that can prevent or significantly slow down the progression of many serious conditions.

Know your risks for 76+ diseases and get personalized recommendations for your health

Easy tests from the comfort of your home

Consult your results with a specialist free of charge

Taking charge of your health has never been easier.


of diabetes type 2 cases can be prevented through lifestyle changes and regular blood controls [1]


of heart attacks are preventable in people who are ready to change their habits and monitor their health [2]


of all cancers can be prevented if you know your predisposition and take actionable steps towards prevention [3]

Start your Prevention with the Right Tools

Get a comprehensive view of your health with our integrated testing approach. DNA tests, blood tests, and lifestyle data - all at your disposal, all in one place.

DNA Tests

Unearth your genetic predispositions, potential disease risks, and key insights into cancer prevention with our simple and reliable genetic test. All it takes is a saliva sample. Send it to our lab and unlock your personalized recommendations.

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Blood Tests

Achieve a more complete understanding of your health with our insightful blood tests. A quick and painless finger prick sample can shed light on your biomarkers, providing actionable advice to improve your health and wellness.

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Lifestyle Data

Build your Health Profile with our expert-designed questionnaire. Designed in collaboration with doctors, this questionnaire is designed to examine your lifestyle and medical history to give you a comprehensive overview.

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Learn your Risks for 76+ Diseases

Whether you want to prevent a disease that runs in your family, check your cholesterol levels, or learn how to improve your lifestyle, get clear insights to make lasting health changes.

Civilization Diseases

Identify your potential risks for prevalent diseases like type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases, based on your genetics, biomarkers, and lifestyle. Learn how to effectively prevent these ailments and maintain your active, fulfilling life longer.

Numerous Types of Cancer

Learning about your predispositions to cancer types such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, or colon cancer helps you develop your personal prevention plan to minimize your risks.

Cardiovascular Diseases

Problems like coronary artery disease, aortic aneurysm, and high pressure affect your heart and vascular health and can lead to dangerous complications. However, these are preventable through lifestyle changes.

Allergies and Intolerances

Histamine intolerance, lactose intolerance, celiac disease, and various allergies affect up to 40% of the population. Knowing your body’s sensitivities can help you ease the symptoms or get rid of them completely.

Other Diseases

Gout, deep vein thrombosis, Crohn's disease and many more are diseases that affect people’s lives are curable or even totally preventable today.

Better Health Starts Here

Macromo’s goal is to connect health data from multiple sources to give you the fullest picture of your health. From learning your genetic predispositions with our DNA tests to getting insights into your current health state with blood tests to health data from wearable devices and lifestyle assessment, Macromo helps you make better decisions for your health.

1000+ people use Macromo to improve their health.

Frequently Asked Questions

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