Available Reports

  • When you click the button to purchase a report, you will be prompted to make an account. Once an account is made, you will see all available reports for purchase. 
  • As no data is uploaded or saved to Noorns.com, it is very important that you make sure your pdf settings are correct when saving your reports as no information is saved on our database.

Methylation and diet

Our most popular report, at only $29, is the Methylation and Diet report. This report focuses on Methylation, detoxification and diet. Methylation is a vital biochemical process in the body: it is the mechanism behind epigenetics and is responsible for turning off and on genes. It is involved with every cell in the body, including making new DNA, producing energy, healthy immune system function, the detoxification of heavy metals and toxins, regulation of gene expression and protein function, and central to the synthesis of neurotransmitters; the chemical messengers which mediate mental and emotional states. Imbalances in methylation status results from genetic defects in the enzymes which regulate the process of methylation ($29).

Our methylation report is the most comprehensive methylation and transsulfuration report on the market, and yet one of the most affordable. Methylation is such a vital biological process that I wanted it to be as affordable as possible. The report includes all folate precursor genes and helps you determine the right chemical form of all your B vitamin needs. If you have an MTHFR variant and want to improve your methylation status, but are overwhelmed with which vitamins to take, this is the report for you.

Diet and longevity:

This report focuses on reducing age-related disease risks, optimizing your macro- and micronutrient needs while selecting the perfect diet for your genotype; helping you to be the best version of you. This report also includes basic methylation pathway genes ($89).

nutrigenomic protocol for Breast cancer prevention

The field of Nutrigenomics is playing a fundamental role in breast tumor prevention and early detection. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. Of newly diagnosed cancers, breast cancer is the second most frequently occuring cancer worldwide. Breast cancer is a disease in which certain cells in the breast become abnormal and multiply uncontrollably to form a tumor. Our Nutrigenomic Protocol for Breast Cancer Prevention Report scientifically identifies your individual genetic susceptibilities in order to implement targeted dietary and environmental choices to reduce your inherited genetic risk factors, thereby reducing your risks of having Breast Cancer ($59).

Nutrigenomic protocol for alzheimer's disease prevention

This Report focuses on a Nutrigenomic and precision medicine approach to Alzheimer's Disease Prevention. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease and the most common form of dementia in elderly people. It is estimated that 50 million individuals are affected by dementia worldwide and Alzheimer's disease accounts for 50–60% of dementia. This report is updated with the latest genetic research on early and late onset Alzheimer's Disease. In this report, you will discover if you have a higher predisposed risk to Alzheimer's Disease. The report teaches you how to implement proven strategies to reduce your genetic risks aiming at preventing the disease altogether ($59).

Female and Male Fertility reports

I am very excited to announce the Female and Male Fertility Reports as it was an intense 8 month labor of love and research to create. I think it is far and beyond anything that is currently on the market as most genetic fertility reports cover about 15-20 genes and I have 50+ and have included micronutrient genes (vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin E, iron, folate, B vitamins, etc.).

For women, it also helps narrow down genetic contributing causes to your infertility issues such as: Methylation, Immuno Infertility, Tubal Factor Infertility, Endometriosis, PCOS, Implantation Failure, Coagulation Disorder, etc. This will help you know the correct specialist or receive the correct dose of hormones/medications specific to your individual needs to increase your chances of a successful pregnancy ($249).

For men, this report covers genetic contributing factors to spermatogenic failure, azoospermia, sperm quality, motility and function. It covers antioxidant and methylation genes as well as micronutrient needs ($249).

Nutrigenomic protocol for migraine

Migraines can be an incredibly debilitating disorder. Although a wide range of acute and preventative medications are now available for the treatment of migraine headaches, many patients will not have a significant improvement in the frequency and severity of their headaches unless lifestyle modifications are made. Also, given the myriad side effects of traditional prescription medications, there is an increasing demand for natural treatment options. This report helps take the guesswork out of which vitamins and supplements are right for the type of migraine that you are experiencing, giving you more reliable, fast and effective treatments for the prevention and reduced severity of your migraines ($49). (The report also contains basic methylation and diet genes.)

nutrigenomic protocol for MCAs

Mast cells are a part of our innate immune system and are vital to our body’s response to invaders. They are a type of granulocyte and contain chemical mediators needed to signal various immune responses to help us fight off invaders (viruses, bacteria and other pathogens), create new blood cells and balance immune signaling. When mast cells trigger too easily, they degranulate (fall apart) releasing a payload of substances into the body too frequently. This causes a variety of complications with seemingly disjointed symptoms and is referred to as Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). This report evaluates the genes involved in MCAS and creates a supplement, diet and lifestyle protocol to address the genes that are causing your MCAS symptoms ($49). (The report also contains basic methylation and diet genes.)

lymphedema inflammatory genetics

Lymphedema can be congenital or acquired. Primary lymphedema is rare and caused by mutations in single genes, secondary lymphedema is more common and caused by a trauma in association with a genetic predisposition. This report is designed to evaluate your genetic risk factors and gives you actionable lifestyle, diet and supplement recommendations to reduce the symptoms and severity of lymphedema ($49).

Atopic dermatitis and mast cells

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic or chronically relapsing, inflammatory skin disease. Atopic dermatitis is characterized by skin inflammation, impaired skin barrier function, and IgE-mediated sensitization to food and environmental allergens. This report evaluates genes associated with atopic dermatitis and gives you actionable lifestyle, diet and supplement recommendations to reduce the symptoms and severity of atopic dermatitis. This report also includes basic methylation and diet genes ($49).


We can currently analyze data from 23andMe, My Heritage and Ancestry.com

No, we do not analyze DNA samples. We analyze the data from commercial companies 23andMe, My Heritage and Ancestry.com.

Our advanced program uses your browser to analyze your data. This means your data never leaves the safety of your computer. No data is uploaded; therefore, no data is stored or can be shared. 

The DNA files contain around 700,000 lines of information, which takes a while to analyze. How long it takes your browser to process the information depends upon how your computer is. It can take anywhere from 3 to 10 min to analyze your data. 

As no data is uploaded, no data is stored. When you generate your report, you MUST save it as a pdf file to your computer. You can do this by clicking the “print my report” button and then save your report to your computer. 

On the generation page, please click the “i” icon to see the PDF settings so that the formatting of your report is correct. If the formatting is not correct, the graphics of your report will be affected. 

After you’ve generated a report from your data, please read the instructions on that page. Once you leave the page, your report will no longer exist. You will have to purchase a new report to generate it again. On the generation page, Please click the “i” icon to see the correct PDF settings. 

If the formatting or graphics aren’t correct then your “save as PDF” settings are not correct. Most likely you have “print header and footers” clicked on and need to turn that button off. 

You do not need to regenerate your report to change the PDF settings.  When you change the PDF settings, scroll through the preview window and see if the formatting is now correct. Then you can safely save your report. It’s always best to open your report to double check everything is correct before you leave the generation page.