70% of the population has a Genetic Defect – Do you?

Imagine if you can prevent future diseases like:

  • Autism
  • Miscarriages
  • Blood clots or clotting issues
  • Cardiovascular issues
  • Learning problems, or depression- to name a few.

These problems are all due to genetic imbalances or defects in DNA.

Recently I have been learning about genetic defects and how they apply to health and I’m so glad that I did because I really feel like it is going to change the way that I practice and is so important.

Statistics show that 70% of the population has some sort of genetic defect.

What is a genetic defect?

Your body is made up of genes. Those genes form into your DNA.

If your DNA is not properly formed then you get disease , cancer, and advanced aging and hence. And hence there is a defect.

These genes are what tell your body to do different jobs.

The jobs are diverse and can affect a number of different body systems and detoxification pathways.

Do you ever wonder why some people have high cholesterol or heart attacks and others do not?

Or why some people are super sensitive to smells and food allergies and others are not?

Or why some people can eat like crap and be healthy but others can not?

These are all differences in metabolism and the way your body is functioning.

Do you wonder if you have a genetic defect?

Read through this list of ailments and see if any apply. If you have even one you probably have a defect of whether it be small or not.

  1. Autism
  2. Addictions: smoking, drugs, alcohol
  3. Down syndrome
  4. Miscarriages
  5. Pulmonary embolisms
  6. Depression in Post-Menopausal Women
  7. Schizophrenia
  8. Fibromyalgia
  9. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  10. Chemical Sensitivity
  11. Parkinson’s
  12. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  13. Pre-eclampsia
  14. Stroke
  15. Spina bifida
  16. Esophageal Squamous cell carcinoma
  17. Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  18. Vascular Dementia
  19. Bipolar disorder
  20. Colorectal Adenoma
  21. Idiopathic male infertility
  22. Blood clots
  23. Rectal cancer
  24. Meningioma
  25. Glioma
  26. Congenital Heart Defects
  27. Infant depression via epigenetic processes caused by maternal depression
  28. Deficits in childhood cognitive development
  29. Gastric Cancer
  30. Migraines with aura
  31. Low HDL
  32. High homocysteine
  33. Post-menopausal breast cancer
  34. Atherosclerosis
  35. Oral Clefts
  36. Type 1 Diabetes
  37. Epilepsy
  38. Primary Closed Angle Glaucoma
  39. Alzheimer’s
  40. Tetralogy of Fallot
  41. Decreased telomere length
  42. Potential drug toxicities: methotrexate, anti-epileptics
  43. Cervical dysplasia
  44. Increased bone fracture risk in post-menopausal women
  45. Multiple Sclerosis
  46. Essential Hypertension
  47. Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma
  48. Prostate Cancer
  49. Premature Death
  50. Placental Abruption
  51. Myocardial Infarction(Heart Attack)
  52. Methotrexate Toxicity
  53. Nitrous Oxide Toxicity
  54. Heart Murmurs
  55. Tight Anal Sphincters
  56. Tongue Tie
  57. Midline Defects (many are listed above)
  58. Behcet’s Disease
  59. Ischemic Stroke in Children
  60. Unexplained Neurologic Disease
  61. Asthma
  62. Shortness of Breath
  63. Bladder Cancer
  64. Anecephaly – born without a brain.

If you do have a defect, it is not the end of the world. Believe me I tested myself and found that I have multiple defects!

This just means we investigate nutrients that can help to by-pass around the defects to help prevent future issues. It’s complicated, but it can happen!

If you would like to be tested for a genetic defect, call our office. We would be happy to help you determine that.

Call the office for more details – 704-543-5540. 

But can change your life and your future , really.


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