- Genetic analysis of the ability to detoxify
- Detoxification of heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, chemicals, soot, and smoke
- Analysis of oxidative stress
- Action program to reduce toxins
- Micronutrient recommendations for filtering the heavy metals from the body
- Analysis of 9+ genetic variations that can influence the detoxification process
- Effects of alcohol, coffee and addictive substances on your health
- Adjustment of lifestyle for optimal health
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There are a number of detoxification genes that regulate enzymes that bind and neutralize toxic substances in your body. Some genetic traits reduce your body's capacity to produce these enzymes, and exposure to toxic substances increases your individual risk of cancer many times over.
It is therefore very important for persons with inefficient detoxification enzymes to learn about their elevated risk in order to minimize their exposure to toxic substances and remain healthy. Therefore, a complete analysis of health risks must include these detoxification genes.
Genetic traits limiting detoxification are very common among the European population and the body's detoxification ability varies greatly from person to person. These genetic differences help to explain why a 90-year-old heavy smoker may be in great health while another individual develops cancer at the age of 35. Each person has an individual genetic profile and it follows that each person should employ individual preventative measures to maintain good health.
Since different genes are responsible for the detoxification of certain toxic substances, the toxic substances categories are listed individually and your gene analysis results are interpreted per category.