Not specifically. StrateGene guides you on which nutrients are supportive and potentially problematic for each particular gene and their SNPs. For example, for MTHFR, we inform you that the nutrients folic acid may dirty your MTHFR gene. We also share which nutrients may clean your MTHFR gene: riboflavin and L-5-MTHF are supportive along with indirect support via creatine and phosphatidylcholine or glycine. We cannot say how much and we do not mention specific supplement names or brands. We believe this is a conflict of interest. More so, It is not possible to define which specific supplements an individual should take, along with how much, when or why, without a thorough medical history analysis done by a qualified health professional. Additionally, laboratory testing shows actual deficiencies or excesses whereas genetic testing just shows areas of increased or decreased susceptibility. Remember, your genes are living and breathing, and therefore change how they act on any given moment. Genetic testing simply informs you of what type of genes you are born with. Genetic testing does not inform you of how your genes are acting or expressing in real time.
Articles in this section
- Do I need to order the Pathway Planner or Poster in order to understand my personal StrateGene DNA results?
- Who is StrateGene ideal for?
- What are the major differences between the old StrateGene Genetic Analysis Tool Report (using 23 and Me or Ancestry) and the new StrateGene Genetic DNA test?
- Are there age limitations for StrateGene?
- How many total SNPS and genes are evaluated with StrateGene?
- Are there restrictions on countries or USA states that can order it?
- Can I use my raw data from AncestryDNA or 23andMe through the new StrateGene Report?
- Which conditions or diseases would prevent me from taking the StrateGene DNA test?
- Can I take the StrateGene DNA test if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
- Will StrateGene report on the "Super Seven" Genes as outlined in the Dirty Genes book?