Is ADHD Genetic? Can it be Improved with DNA-Based Nutrition?
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has become a complex disorder to diagnose and treat, encompassing multiple subtypes and often combined with other health disorders like https://nutritiongenome.com/approaching-adhd-symptoms-and-treatment-with-the-nutrition-genome-report/ref/694/
The Best Exercises for Mental Health with Genetic Testing
Have you ever wondered why you are attracted to certain types of exercise? Do you need a thrill through risk-taking activities? Competitive sports or races? A solo trek on a trail or in the Visit Nutrition Genome
Innovative Breast Cancer Prevention Strategies with DNA-Based Nutrition
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world as of 2018, with breast and lung cancer at the top for most common cancers. One-third of those deaths attributed to diet, Visit Nutrition Genome
Are Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Disease Genetic? A Nutrigenomic Approach
The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland on the lower neck, responsible for growth and development, body temperature, heart rate, menstrual cycles, and weight. Hypothyroidism is when the thyroid is not producing enough thyroid hormone, which can affect a wide range of physiological functions. Common symptoms include cold extremities, poor digestion (B12 and calcium absorption... Read more Visit Nutrition Genome
Should You Drink Alcohol with APOE4?
Have you noticed that for every study that shows alcohol is harmful to your health, another one comes out a week later that shows the opposite? Depending on the study, you may conclude that alcohol will either cut your life short or help you live past 100. Visit Nutrition Visit Nutrition Genome
Is Your Ancestry Increasing Your Risk for Osteoporosis?
When you think of healthy bones, who do you think had stronger skeletons? Hunter-gatherers or early Neolithic farmers? The skeletons of the early Neolithic farmers show scurvy (vitamin C Visit Nutrition Genome
How the SLC23A1 Gene Affects Vitamin C Levels and Immunity
The SLC23A1 gene is one of the two transporters which aids in the absorption of vitamin C into the body. Polymorphisms in the gene are associated with an approximate 50% decline in the rate of vitamin C accumulation in cells and potentially increase the excretion of vitamin C. Visit Nutrition Visit Nutrition Genome