- Analysis of more than 18 genetic variations
- Identify the predisposition to high cholesterol (HDL and LDL), homocysteine, and triglyceride levels
- Is Omega3 beneficial for your cholesterol levels?
- Identify the predisposition to sudden cardiac death (long QT interval)
- Suitable micronutrients and nutrition for prevention and treatment
- Analysis of more than 17 genetic variations, predicting the effectiveness of 26+ relevant drugs
- Better chances of recovery through optimal drug therapy
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A number of genes are responsible for regulating cholesterol and triglyceride levels or for increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease. If you carry an adverse trait in one or more of these genes, you should pay special attention to your fat intake and metabolism. Since diet is the most significant influence on your body's lipid metabolism, it is important to follow a diet tailored to your genes.
This analysis examines numerous genes that contribute to risks for several different cardiovascular conditions. Many of these risk variations are common, and almost everyone has some genes that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. If you have an unusually small number of genes that increase risk, your genes may actually reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.