Reducing your risk of chronic disease is something you don’t often think about until some health event affects you or someone close to you.
DNA Test to Determine Health Risks
As the name suggests, chronic disease doesn’t happen overnight and is usually many years in the making.
This gives you the best opportunity to intervene at any time and reduce the risks of developing some of these debilitating illnesses and enjoy a long and healthy life.
Many people believe that developing a chronic disease such as Heart disease, Diabetes, Arthritis, Alzheimers, or Cancers are inevitable in our society. You can be forgiven for thinking that many people seem to succumb to these kinds of illnesses.
As is tested in the Health and Wellbeing profile, genetic testing can clarify where you sit as far as risk factors are concerned for these diseases. More importantly, it also tells you the kinds of foods, supplements, exercise, and lifestyle choices that will help you move away from the risk zone.
Family Genetic Disorders.
Some specific genes put you at risk for certain genetic conditions, which often are highlighted when a family member is diagnosed with a particular disorder.
Some of these genetic disorders are also considered chronic disease risks and include those diseases like Diabetes type 2 and Arthritis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Cancer.
The Health and Wellbeing profile can highlight additional risk factors for developing these diseases.
Rare Genetic Disorders
Other family genetic disorders are rare in nature and include diseases such as Hemochromatosis, Haemophilia, Huntingdon’s Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, Marfan Syndrome, and many more. When these health conditions show in a family member, finding out who else in the family could also be affected. An individual gene test can be done in that situation to see if that particular gene mutation is present. You would need to visit your Medical Doctor to arrange to have that individual gene tested.
If you want to reduce your risk of chronic disease and reduce your risk of getting an inherited disease shown to be in your family, then the Health and Wellbeing Profile is a great test to do. It will highlight ways to create an environment in your body where you reduce the likelihood of those genes expressing unfavorably.
It is always important to remember.
Your genes need not be your Destiny.