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Why does 23andMe use the plus strand

  4 years, 5 months ago
Annonymous

What is a " strand " ?

  4 years, 5 months ago

#Strand refers to #DNA strand. There are 2 of these for every #gene location. Plus (or forward) strand and minus (or reverse) strand.

Both of these have complementary information i.e. they have the opposite #nucleotide of a pair of nucleotides: A, T, C, G, such that if one has ‘A’ the other will have ’T’, and if one has ‘C’, the other will have ‘G’. This is usually the way in which nucleotides pair up on a person’s chromosome. So, chipsets used by personal genomic data companies like #23andMe , will only read from one of these two #chromosome ... ..more

The following are the most important issues to address as soon as you can:
Dietary changes: Reducing neurological irritation and achieving Glutamate #GABA balance is critical!
1). Excitotoxins: The more excitotoxins you have coming into your body will only serve to undo many of the helpful measures you’ve already implemented as well as those below. Therefore, I highly recommend a gluten (wheat, rye, barley), casein (*dairy), & soy free diet. See the attached sheets/PDF regarding dietary guidance. In the end, you can only do the best that you can so if finances do not permit this, simply avoid these ... ..more

There could be 2 reasons:
1)Your #23andMe Report is incomplete because you probably did not complete the raw data sync which is a two-step process. You need to watch and follow every step in this video properly as a guide: https://vimeo.com/83797705

You will also need to reset your report: To do this, scroll to the bottom of the report and click the delete button the re-generate your Variance report by re-starting and following all the steps in the process.

2) If the above does not address the issue, another reason is that 23andMe had an #Illumina ... ..more

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Evaluating the nervous system’s style or “dominance” is a key factor in the initial process i.e dopamine or seratonin dominance. This will allow for a more targeted regimen, based on your individual needs. This is why consulting with your Doctor is pivotal.

1. Slowly adding basic supplements & support: general minerals, vitamin B’s & B-12, digestive enzymes, probiotics, antioxidants, essential fatty acids, etc.

2. Gut Health is critical. Since most chronically ill adults & children have at least 1-2 (if not 3-4!) enzyme defects that affect the gut and digestion, the gut is always a factor. Gut bugs tend to ... ..more

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