DNA Estrogen: Your Genetic Estrogen Code

Ultimate Test for Regenerative Health

DNA Genetic Estrogen Code

To properly assess these hormone systems, we will be measuring tissue levels of hormones, heavy metals which interfere with hormone production, and the essential elements needed for hormone production and balance.

Discover your DNA weaknesses (singer poly) that are associated with your sex hormone production and metabolism.

DNA Estrogen reports on the following areas:

  • Phase 1 detoxification
  • Phase 2 detoxification
  • Oxidative stress
  • Personal risk factors associated with HRT, oral contraceptives, bio-identical supplementation and in vitro fertilization
  • Intervention strategies for at risk patients

DNA Estrogen tests for gene variants shown to have an impact on how estrogen is metabolized and therefore may help lessen the risk for developing breast cancer. Only those gene variants that are modifiable are tested. Modifiable? What does that mean? Modifiable means you have control over how these gene weaknesses (variants) respond through lifestyle changes. You will discover exactly where your weaknesses lie and how to overcome them. This is called epigenetics. Epigenetics puts you in control for LIFE!


Sample DNA Estrogen Report

. Your opportunity to know your specific needs.

$997 Test + $500 to Review ($1,497)

DNA Thyroid

DIO2 Gene Testing

DIO2 codes for Type II iodothyronine deiodinase (D2) and forms parts of a family of three iodothyronine deiodinase enzymes which are responsible for the activation and deactivation of thyroid hormones and for the conversion of thyroxin (T4) to the active or inactive form of triiodothyronine (T3). D2 is the only enzyme able to convert T4 to T3 in the brain and is likely to play a key role in determining the ability of the brain to respond to circulating T4 levels, thus a common variation in D2 activity may represent the best available maker of intracellular T3 levels in the brain.

Sample DNA Thyroid Report

$197 Test + $300 for 30-Min Review ($497)

DNA Health:

About dnahealth®

From your DNA sample we use a process called the Ploymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), which copies the DNA of your genes many times over so that we can generate sufficient quantities to analyze your genetic material. We then identify unique DNA sequences in some of your genes. Certain changes (ploymorphisms) in these genes have been studies in detail, with evidence that correlates these polymorphisms with an individual’s risk of developing certain chronic disease conditions or altered metabolic processes. Having identified the presence or absence of these polymorphisms, we are able to qualitatively assess particular areas of health risk related to the specific genes. To make a holistic assessment of health risks, environmental factors (diet and lifestyle) need to be considered in conjunction with this genetic profile.

DNA Health® Reports on Genes Involved in the Following Areas:

  • Lipid Metabolism
  • Methylation
  • Detoxification
  • Inflammation
  • Oxidative Stress
  • Bone Health
  • Insulin Sensitivity
  • Iron Overload
  • Caffeine Sensitivity
  • PUFA Metabolism
  • Salt Sensitivity
  • Bitter Taste
  • Alcohol Metabolism
  • Lactose Intolerance
  • Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C

The DNA Health® test is designed to optimize well-being and health by personalizing lifestyle and diet choices and, where necessary, using supplements tailored to offset any particular nutritional deficit based on specific gene variants. The DNA Health® approach assists the healthcare practitioner in establishing the optimal nutrition necessary for good health, longevity and disease risk mitigation.

Diet is a key factor in determining genomic stability as it impacts on all relevant pathways: exposure to dietary carcinogens, biotransformation, DNA repair and synthesis, and apoptosis. Current recommended dietary allowances for vitamins and minerals are based largely on the prevention of diseases of deficiency.

However, lifestyle diseases are partly caused by damage to DNA, it stands to reason that we should focus our attention on defining optimal requirements of key minerals and vitamins for preventing genomic instability.

Additional attention should be paid to individuals with genetic polymorphisms that alter the bioavailability of specific micro-nutrients and the affinity of specific key enzymes for their micro-nutrient co-factor.1

Clinical Value
• Highlights specific metabolic pathways that may require extra support
• Provides recommendations that involve optimization of quantities of certain nutrients, vitamins and minerals
• Suggests whether an individual is better able to reduce their cholesterol levels through diet, as opposed to through medication
• Provides an indication of the degree of susceptibility to the harmful effects of carcinogens ingested in the diet

DNA Health® Report Provides:
• Identification of the level of impact of any genetic variants
• An explanation of their impact on health
• Appropriate nutritional and lifestyle recommendations

The results are divided in sections of key metabolic function, so that genetic weaknesses and strengths within a functional area can be easily identified.

Sample dnahealth Report

$1,497 Test + Review

Additional time with Dr. Karen:
First Initial Consult $500 Hour
Follow Up Call $350 Hour