May 18, 2020 – CRI Genetics, a top competitor in DNA testing, was founded in 2016 by a Harvard geneticist. Through the combination of DNA sequencing and breakthrough research, the company endeavors to rebrand the way people see genetics. CRI Genetics is known for its detailed health reports that cover genetic traits such as pain threshold, photic sneeze reflex, and Vitamin A Absorption. This week, CRI Genetics released its latest health reports on Stress Reactivity, Misophonia, and Amylase Levels.
CRI Genetics customers woke up on Monday morning to find a pleasant surprise waiting for them in their inboxes. They had been given new health reports from the company based on their individual DNA. Not only do these health reports allow them to find out more about themselves, but they also provide actionable recommendations on how to better their lives.
These health report “drops” are not rare, however, they never lose their authenticity or excitement for the customers. One CRI Genetics customer, Daniel Brekke, agreed to share his thoughts. “The [health reports] always brighten my day,” states Brekke, “I recently figured out I have higher stress reactivity meaning I’m more likely to be more affected by stressors than the next person. I always had a feeling, but [CRI Genetics] doesn’t just tell your result, they give you ways to improve or work with your results. It’s really helpful in my experience.”
Genetics testing has revolutionized the way we view our health. When we ship our DNA off to a lab, we are essentially giving a tiny piece of ourselves in exchange for a lifetime of meaningful analysis and information. There are many companies that collect and analyze DNA, yet it’s the way a company packages and delivers the analysis to the customer that separates one from the pack. CRI Genetics customers rely on the promise that they are getting the most out of contributing their DNA, and that promise has yet to be compromised.
This month, CRI Genetics released three new health reports. They include: Stress Reactivity, Misophonia, and Amylase Levels.