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Interpreting Your Nutritional Needs Based On Your Personalized Genetic Variations
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Genetic variations contribute to the inter-individual differences in nutritional needs and responses to dietary factors. Knowing your genetic make-up can improve the efficacy of nutritional recommendations and
relatdecision on a personalized basis.
Mor’s Nutrition & More is offering the interpretation and biological responses base on your genetic variants. This cutting edge, science
basenutritional interpretation, will support your body’s nutritional need and carry you to optimal health.
The genetic markers known as single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs
),are genetic variants involving the replacements of a single DNA building block, called a nucleotide, with another. Millions of SNPs occur throughout a person’s genome. However, only a small number are informative in clinical practice. This report only includes SNPs that are well-researched, clinically relevant, and nutritionally responsive.
SNPs are simply markers of genetic
Nutrition (diet), Environment Factors, Genetic & Epigenetic (nongenetic influences on gene expression) factors often modify the influence of SNPs on a person’s physiology.
A positive result DOES NOT
NECESSARILLYmean that an action needs to be taken. Additional testing or other clinical findings need to be considerdetermining whether any or all of the nutritional modifications and/or supplements recommendations are appropriate for your health.
Genetic data alone CANNOT determine nutrient dosages requirements or ideal duration of use. Always consult with your physician or with Chen Ben Asher for any further concerns
What Is Genotype?
Genotype refers to how many copies, if any, contain the variation. Every person has two copies of each gene.
If only one copy is affected, the genotype is heterozygous (+/-)
If both copies are affected, the genotype is homozygous (+/+)
If neither copy has variation, genotype is called “wild-type” (-/-)
Usually, a wild-type results is considered typical and does not have clinical or nutritional implications
0DISCLAIMER: The information on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or another healthcare provider. If you have any concerns about your own health, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional.
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