Functional Genomic Testing is relevant for cancer prevention as well as for patients with active cancer. Functional Genomic Testing gives an individual insight in to key areas such as detoxification, methylation, effective diet, appropriate exercise as well mental health, an area of cancer care that is underserviced.
For example the mood and behaviour genes give insight in to how long one may hold onto stress and/or a predisposition to low mood. For a cancer patient it is very important to understand this moving from diagnosis through the treatment process.
From a cancer prevention vantage, the impact of stress and stress management is well researched in the area of chronic disease. The goal of Functional Genomic Testing is to give you an understanding of your genes and to help you and your practitioner set a path to achieve optimal health.
The Hormone Pulse provides an in depth understanding of the gene pathways that manage the hormone lifecyle. Learn how your unique production, metabolism, and excretion of hormones can impact your health and lifestyle, including your risk for complications from hormonal imbalance.
The Genome Pulse provides insight into the impact of genes on several critical cellular system pathways, including executive function, cardiovascular health, methylation, detoxification, and diet & metabolism. Learn how your genes influence the way you think, eat, and respond to inflammation.