The intelligent
health system

At Omnos we understand that your body is as unique as you are, and therefore you need an approach that is tailored specifically to you.

No more guesswork or wasted effort

The Omnos programme has been developed to identify how small adjustments to your lifestyle, nutrition and fitness can have incredible results on your overall wellbeing.

How will I benefit?

Self assessment

Take a series of self assessment questionnaires to help identify some initial areas of strength or weakness.

Testing

Our range of tests will help you understand how your genes as well as your environment are potentially affecting your overall wellness.

Scoring & recommendations

As you complete assessments and tests we will provide you with highly targeted and personalised series of recommendations to help you optimise your overall sense of wellness.

Underpinned by science

Our unique scoring and recommendation engine has been developed by our expert panel of scientists and health practitioners to help simplify often complex information and distil it into easy to understand contextualised results.

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A 3 step journey to promote balance across all body systems
The time has come to replace the purely reductionist ‘eyes-down’ molecular perspective with a new and genuinely holistic ‘eyes-up’ view of the living world, one whose primary focus is on evolution, emergence and biology's innate complexity. Carl Woese 2006
8 trends paving the way to a new health architecture
The convergence of technological advancement and ever-growing access to health data at our fingertips is slowly shifting our relationship with our own health, paving the way towards a new health architecture.
What is genotyping and 3 reasons why we use it as a way to unlock the secret of your genes
Decoding the human genome sequence is the most significant undertaking that we have mounted so far in an organised way in all of science. I believe that reading our blueprints, cataloguing our own instruction book, will be judged by history as more significant than even splitting the atom or going to the moon. Francis S. Collins, Director of the National Institute of Health (NIH)

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