Lingering Health Conditions: Look to your Genes

August 11, 2018

Do you have a laundry list of symptoms? Do you frequent the doctors office with little to no answers or worse, a new prescription that you aren't even sure what it is for? 

 

After months to years of nagging symptoms such as fatigue, digestive issues, sleep issues, hormonal imbalances, mood swings and the list goes on...you can start to feel like there are no answers. Well I'm here to tell you the answers to your wellbeing are out there!  

 

Genetic testing offers not only interesting genealogy information, it can also be the key to understanding your health. 

 

It's in your genes

 

Genetic testing is a type of medical test that identifies changes in chromosomes, genes, or proteins. The results of a genetic test can confirm or rule out a suspected genetic condition or help determine a person's chance of developing or passing on a genetic disorder. It can also offer insight into health conditions to help pinpoint the root cause of many health conditions hypothyroidism, anemia, mood disorders and more. 

 

 

23 and me: Learn everything from your genetic ancestry and lineage to your genetic attributes. While this information is interesting, the real gold mine here is having access to your raw genetic data. This is the information you are going need in order to apply your data to other sites and learn how your DNA can detail any potential health conditions you may have. 

 

 

Genetic Genie: This website offers an analysis of  methylation genes and as well as provide a detoxification panel. The analysis will show you some of your methylation-related genetic polymorphisms. The detox profile will Certain genetic polymorphisms have been shown to impair detoxification of drugs, hormones, environmental toxins, xenobiotics, and more.

 

 

MTHFR support: Sterling's App is a tool that allows you to upload your 23andMe raw data and create an easy to read report for use in identifying single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that may impact your health such as eye health, detox, tongue/palate, methylation, mold, thyroid, gluten intolerance, mitochondrial function, etc. 

 

Promethease report: After you connect via your 23andme signage, this comprehensive report shows you your genes, genets, genosets, even what medications can be metabolized. This reporting is a cited by peer-reviewed scientific publications. Learn about the effects of variations in DNA and what gene mutations you might have that could be potentially contributing to health conditions. 

 

Strategene: Created by Dr. Ben Lynch, this reporting uses your raw data to a Pathway Planner which helps explain your SNP's and how to treat your symptoms using diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes. 

 

Nutrahacker: Do you find yourself playing the guessing game with multiple supplements and hoping for the best? Learn EXACTLY what you should and should not be taking. Nutrahacker not only informs you on what to add or avoid, it also explains why these vitamins and supplements work or don't with your genes. 

 

EXPECT MORE RESOURCES TO COME! 

 

 

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