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The Stories Genes Tell

Why are Genetics Important?

Your body contains 50 trillion cells, and almost every one of them contains the complete set of instructions for making a new you. These instructions are all encoded in your DNA, your genes.

Looking at genetic SNP tests help us understand your detox pathways, give us information on oxidation pathways, and help us shape your specific treatment protocol.

Variants (or defects) effect function, your strength to fight disease, your ability to detoxify, and your ease of healing. Supporting these defects through nutrition and diet can make ALL the difference.

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Dr. Kevin Conners - Why Look at Genes?
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Reading the Clues

While we don't "treat the defect", we DO support the pathway that is suffering. Every gene makes an enzyme with a very specific duty. If there are multiple defects in certain pathways, there tend to be more issues and can point to unique problems in chronic disease.

When we know the minor flaws that contribute to the ongoing health concerns, we can better adjust therapy to your unique situation.

Your Unique Life Story

While your genes may 'tell your story', YOU get to write the ending. It is what you do with the information that makes the difference.

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Genetic Presentation 101 - by Anne

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