DNA Genetic Testing
What are the "natural" things you don't want? There is no way to avoid family inheritance and the advantages and disadvantages that come with genes. We are born with DNA that belongs to our family. Our laboratory can detect potential hazards carried in customers' genes through blood and oral samples. Then, our doctors can customize a preventive plan for the customer's genes based on the report.
Genetic Vitamins & Trace Elements Tests
Genetic vitamin and trace element tests are a type of genetic testing that analyzes an individual's DNA to assess their genetic predisposition to deficiencies or imbalances in vitamins and trace elements. These tests can provide valuable insights into an individual's unique nutritional needs and help tailor dietary and supplement recommendations accordingly.
Genetic Test for Cancer
Genetic testing for cancer, also known as cancer genetic screening, is a medical procedure that examines an individual's DNA to identify specific genetic mutations or alterations associated with an increased risk of developing certain types of cancer. These tests are primarily used for assessing hereditary cancer syndromes and can provide valuable information for both prevention and treatment strategies.
Genetic Superfood & Antioxidant Food Tests
Genetic superfood and antioxidant food tests are a type of genetic testing that examines an individual's DNA to provide personalized dietary recommendations based on their genetic profile. These tests aim to identify genetic variations that may influence how a person metabolizes nutrients and responds to specific foods and antioxidants.
Customized Is the Best
People tend to blindly follow what the public thinks is good. But this concept does not apply to health since everyone's genes are different. It is wise to customize your maintenance plan based on accurate genetic testing from Pure Cell New Life Solutions.
Why is genetic testing necessary?
Genetic testing can help us accurately predict the risk of disease and achieve precise treatment of disease from a genetic perspective. At the same time, through genetic testing, knowing your own risk of illness in advance is also more conducive to changing the external environment, such as diet and lifestyle, and achieving more accurate and efficient health management.
The more and more popular Genetic Tests
Many well-known celebrities have done genetic testing. We had long heard that Angelina Jolie had a maternally inherited pathogenic BRCA1 mutation through genetic testing in 2013. Defective BRCA1 means a woman has a 40-85% risk of breast cancer and a 40-60% risk of ovarian cancer. Ultimately, she underwent a bilateral risk reduction mastectomy (BRRM) in 2013 and had her ovaries removed in 2015.
The possibility of hereditary cancer has led some high-risk women to be tested to check if they have specific genes linked to breast and ovarian cancer. It is also known as the "Angelina Jolie Effect".
Sergey Brin, one of the founders of Google, took a genetic test on himself as early as 2006 and confirmed that he carried the "LRK2" mutation. Combining with his situation, Brin locked his probability of developing Parkinson's syndrome at 50% to 55% and began to reduce the prevalence to about 25% by himself by changing his lifestyle and diet. At the same time, he cooperated with drug treatment and other possible treatment methods and finally reduced the prevalence rate to 10%.
With the development and popularization of technology, genetic testing is no longer the exclusive right of celebrities. Ordinary people can plan ahead and undergo routine genetic testing or full-sequence genetic testing.