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Detoxification

Poor detoxification can contribute to a wide range of symptoms including headaches, digestive discomfort, itchy or sensitive skin, fatigue, low mood and even cancer. Find out how your genes can impact Phase 1,2 and 3 liver detoxification pathways and response to caffeine, alcohol, hormones, neurotransmitters, pesticides and medication.

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Nervous System

Anxiety, depression, low mood or mania, lack of motivation, drive or focus, addictions, poor memory and sleep disturbances can all be due to neurotransmitter imbalance. Your ability to make, respond to, and remove, dopamine, serotonin, melatonin, adrenaline and GABA is determined by the interaction between your genes and your environment.

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Methylation

Methylation is critical to keeping the body and brain biochemistry in balance. Common genetic variants can impact the availability of B vitamins and other essential nutrients needed for this vital process. Improving methylation can reduce the risk of infertility, heart disease, fatigue, autoimmune conditions, infertility and mental health issues.

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Histamine Intolerance

Histamine intolerance is a toxic response by the body resulting from an imbalance between accumulated histamine and the capacity to break it down. Allergy type symptoms such as skin irritation, gastro-intestinal upset, respiratory distress, headaches, insomnia and anxiety can all result from ineffective clearance of histamine.

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Oestrogen Balance

Hormone imbalance can have negative health impacts such as infertility, PCOS, cancers, menstrual irregularities, pain sensitivity, osteoporosis and weight gain. This test can help you make informed decisions about environmental hormone inputs - contraception, HRT, food, cosmetics and even drinking water - as well as those made by your own body.

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APOE Plus

The APOE4 gene is a well known risk factor for late onset Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular diseases. As well as APOE, this test analyses genes involved in three subtypes - i) inflammatory, ii) toxic and ii) atrophic - described in the BredesenTM protocol.Understanding your risk enables a personalised approach to managing it.

DNA Health Reports on Genes Involved in the Following Areas:

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    Lipid metabolism

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    Bone health

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    Methylation

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    Inflammation

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    Oxidative stress

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    Insulin sensitivity

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    Food responsiveness

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    Detoxification

It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has.