Answer to Your COVID-19 Woes

What’s Your Risk for COVID-19 Infection?

The headline on every news channel, the topic of every dinner-table conversation, the current state of global health and economics is exclusively revolved around the COVID-19 pandemic. The world as we know has been demarcated by the ‘Pre-COVID Era’ and the ‘Post-COVID Era’. While all eyes are on the vaccine that can save us from this COVID-19 pandemic, there’s something that we can all do at an individual level.

Immunity is a concept we are all aware of. How exactly it is impacted and what needs to be done for long-lasting effects is now important than ever before.
There are two types of immunity
Innate Immunity - Also called natural or native immunity is a non-specific type of immunity that provides is the first line of defence against microbes. It comes into play within hours of infection.
Adaptive Immunity - Also called specific or acquired immunity is an antigen-specific type of immunity that is more precise that recognizes targets and reacts to a large number of infections.

Immuno-boosters for COVID-19

As per Research And Markets, single vitamins have seen a 166% growth in sales. People have realized that if they include vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, and antioxidants in their diet, their immunity will be in check, not just in times of the coronavirus pandemic but for any other infection that may harm the body. Which micronutrients will work for you and how much of these micronutrients you need exactly, is determined by your genes. Your diet, your genes, and your immunity are the cornerstones of your health and wellbeing.
Immuno+ Report by The Gene Box – Know Your Risk
Here’s What To Expect

Immune Response

Immune Boosters

Metabolism and Response

Adaptive Immunity


WBC Cell Count

Platelet Cell Count

Mean Platelet Volume

Allergic rhinitis




Vitamin A, C, D, E, K

Vitamin B6, B9, B12

Iron Metabolism

Zinc Metabolism

Copper Metabolism

Selenium Metabolism

Magnesium Metabolism

Antioxidant Metabolism

Calcium Metabolism


Gluten Intolerance

Lactose Intolerance

Response to Carbohydrate

Response to saturated Fat

Response to Polyunsaturated Fats

Response to Protein

Response to Fiber

HDL Response to exercise

Fat Loss Response to Exercise

Muscle Building Response to Exercise