Genetic Health Overview

 

Health, Longevity and Disease Risk

 

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Certain SNP’s are associated with chronic disease such as cancer and heart disease, amongst others. The health profile addresses the following factors, which are all key in the onset of chronic disease:

  • Gut health
  • Circulatory and heart health
  • Cholesterol metabolism
  • Inflammation
  • Brain health and neurotransmitter health, incl. Alzheimer’s
  • Diabetes and Insulin resistance
  • Iron metabolism
  • Structural and cell membrane integrity
  • Detoxification capacity, including hormone detoxification
  • Oxidative stress
  • More

Knowing the SNP’s will allow careful analysis of the correct nutrients for specific risks.  This saves money and removes guesswork when faced with the many shelves of supplements at the pharmacy

For example, some individuals have an increased requirement for such nutrients as folic acid, calcium, vitamin D or omega-3 fatty acids, which may require supplementation. The test also
suggests whether an individual will be able to reduce
their cholesterol levels through diet, as opposed to
through medication and whether they are more or
less susceptible to the harmful affects of carcinogens
ingested in the diet.
This provides the potential opportunity to include
a range of supplements that addresses specific
gene-based requirements.

Specific examples

  • Fat processing and impact of Saturated Fats
  • Inflammation and impact of fat and obesity
  • Stress response
  • Depression and treatment success
  • Heart Health
  • Glutathione: Master anti-oxidant status
  • Hormone neutralization and elimination
  • Bone density Impact
  • Insulin Resistance and management of Carbohydrates
  • Iron Impact

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