You have been diagnosed with a chronic health condition. Your genetic information will help you determine which genes or biochemical pathways were altered to result in that health condition. Getting to the root cause, will help facilitate recovery by tailoring any treatment plans and lifestyle changes your Doctor recommends specifically to your body.
Several members of your family live with one or several chronic health issues. Genetic information will help your family uncover the inherited Gene sequence patterns that contribute to the chronic illnesses plaguing them.
You plan to have a baby: Research is implicating certain genetic mutations in a woman's ability to conceive and sustain a viable pregnancy. The good news is that there are treatments available to address this and hedge against the pain and suffering caused by recurrent miscarriages and stillborn babies.
You are preparing for the arrival of your new baby: With Genetic information, awareness of any potential pitfalls that your child could encounter will help parents make better healthcare and lifestyle choices for their children.
You are adopted or you have an adopted child. Genetic and ancestral information will help an adopted child carve out their family health history. This is often crucial to any care they receive.
You have been prescribed a medication or supplement: Certain genetic mutations can dictate whether a prescription/supplement is best suited to you. Sometimes dosage is dependent on this information. This practice is commonly referred to as Pharmacogenomics. Put simply, genomic information will contribute to improving clinical practices in medicine today: https://www.facebook.com/no...
Lifestyle Factors you may want to adopt inorder to improve your health:
a) Harnessing the benefits of Epigenetics: http://livewello.wordpress.... and
b) Nutrigenomics which is the scientific study of the interaction of nutrition and genes, especially with regard to the prevention or treatment of disease: http://nutrigenomics.ucdavi...
Preventative health measures: Epigenetics How an App helps with your Genetic Raw Data Results:
Blood pressure, cholesterol, blood thinners, diabetes, Alzheimer's, Depression. Search The Gene Library
Personalized Medicine. What is it? http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
10 valuable resources for those who have done their 23andMe and AncestryDNA test: https://www.facebook.com/Li...
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Can anyone compare the test results from the 23andme to the Nutrigenomic testing? I realize in asking this that the Nutrigenomic testing provides the nutritional components and extra info, but as far as the actual gene results - would it provide the same necessary information? 0 views
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If you are looking for your results on a SNP that is not on your 300 SNP 23andMe Gene report, use the LiveWello SNP Template Library: https://vimeo.com/87970578 1 view