With age, the risk of developing certain diseases increases. Some of disease particularly affects men older than 40 years. Prostate enlargement or prostate cancer are common diseases in men and are significantly influenced by genetic predisposition For women, the risks are slightly different. For example, after menopause, bones feel the lack of certain hormones in the body and begins to weaken. Breast cancer is another disease specific to women, especially over 40 years.
Similarly, genes play a crucial role in maintaining bone mass, so some people because predispositions genetic gradually develop osteoporosis.
Lipid metabolism in relation to cholesterol, triglycerides, homocysteine and the overall health of the heart are strongly influenced by genes. Predisposition to thrombosis is also relevant because it can trigger a heart attack or stroke.
+ The analysis of more than 65 variations of genes
+ Impact on more than 11 different disease patterns
+ Estimating the effects and side effects of more than 73 drugs
+ Evaluation of risks and benefits of hormone replacement therapy
+ Determinaera necessary micronutrients
What sort of questions can this analysis answer:
How high is your risk of osteoporosis?
Calcium absorption is restricted?
How high is the risk of prostate cancer?
What forms of treatment are most effective for prostate cancer?
What medications can cause side effects and which ones are effective?
What is your predisposition to high cholesterol (HDL and LDL)?
How beneficial are Omega 3 acid fats to your cholesterol level?
How effective detoxifies your body after contact with heavy metals, chemicals, smoke and soot?
Are you protected against oxidative stress?