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Diabetes Genetic Disease Risk Report

Diabetes Genetic Disease Risk Report

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Understand your genetic profile with risk markers that help indicate early signs of developing diabetes and related complications. Explore how your specific genetic variations can reveal essential insights on how your body metabolizes glucose (sugar) and identify useful solutions to strengthen your nutritional habits. Utilize and apply our genetic analysis and recommendations to build a foundation for lifelong health while understanding your risk for diabetes.


Partial Bibliography For Genetic Analysis Category Descriptions Only
TitleAuthorAuthor OrganizationPubmed IDLink 
A genome-wide investigation of food addictionCornelis, M, CNorthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine27106561
A good guide to good carbs, The glycemic indexStaffHarvard Health
Adiponectin, a Therapeutic Target for Obesity, Diabetes, and Endothelial DysfunctionAchari, A, ELouisiana State University Health Sciences Center28635626
Adiponectin, the past two decadesWang, Z, VUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center26993047
AmylaseThe Editors of Encyclopaedia BritannicaEncyclopaedia Britannica
Binge-eating disorderStaffMayo Clinic
Copy number variation of human AMY1 is a minor contributor to variation in salivary amylase expression and activity.Carpenter, DUniversity of Nottingham28219410
Diabetic nephropathyStaffMayo Clinic
Diabetic neuropathyStaffMayo Clinic
Exosomes as biomarkers and therapeutic tools for type 1 diabetes mellitusGarcia-Contreras, MDiabetes Research Institute28682421
New therapeutic agents in diabetic nephropathyKim, YThe Catholic University of Korea28049280
Pro v Con Reviews, Is Food Addictive? Obesity and addiction, neurobiological overlapsVolkow, N, DNational Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health23016694
Salivary Amylase, Digestion and Metabolic Syndrome.Peyrot des Gachons, CMonell Chemical Senses Center27640169
Starchy foods and carbohydratesStaffNHS UK
Treating Diabetic Neuropathy, Present Strategies and Emerging SolutionsJaved, SUniversity of Manchester26676662
Type 1 diabetesStaffMayo Clinic
Type 2 diabetesStaffMayo Clinic
Type 2 diabetes mellitus in children and adolescentsKao, K, TDepartment of Endocrinology and Diabetes, the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC27622231
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