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Ancestry DNA vs 23andMe: Full Comparison

Ancestry DNA vs 23andMe: Full Comparison



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Not sure which DNA kit to purchase? This video will give you an inside look on both Ancestry DNA & 23andMe. you’ll see the pros, cons, and real cost of siding with both companies.

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45 thoughts on “Ancestry DNA vs 23andMe: Full Comparison

  1. Thank you for posting this as a person who went through the foster care program and was separated for my family it seems like 23andMe would be a great tool to find out exactly what my lineage is and what traits and such I have in my DNA especially when informing my daughter

  2. I recently did my test with MyHeritage and they give poth the father's and Mother's lineage. I know this before as I am half Spanish and I got the results from my father's lineage…you can watch the video on my channel…

  3. I wasn't entirely satisfied with the ancestry component of 23andme. It says I'm 60 percent European and most of that is simply "broadly European". I had wanted a more specific idea of where my ancestors were from. Of course I'm part European – I knew this already.

    …And the rest – 38 percent West African. Nothing more explained beyond that. Hopefully they can update my results somewhere down the line.

    The health information was interesting though.

  4. You know the Cops just caught a "killer and rapist" who had been on the
    loose for 30 years – thru a "familiar" DNA match. His DNA wasn't in any of
    the data banks – but I believe his daughter or someone close had this done,
    as shown on the video. This guy killed 12 people and raped 40 – 50 women.

    The Cops submitted the killer's DNA – and when they got back the report,
    it showed people with "very similar" DNA profiles. After narrowing down
    some possibilities- age ( male, female) and others, they narrowed it down to
    this one man, who had not killed in 30 years. He's now awaiting trial, after
    they picked him up at home. This will become very common in the future.

    I believe this "familiar DNA" will be used a lot in the future to capture those
    criminals who don't have their DNA in a data bank. All that has to happen,
    is a daughter, son, or cousin submits their DNA, and if it shows a very close
    match — they will get the guy !! I like the idea, how this DNA makes this a
    very small world — so the bad guys will not rest easy.

    In a case like this, they would have to have the "killers" DNA from a crime
    scene, its just that he or she was never caught, as was the case "above.",
    however they can store his DNA for 30-40 years, likely frozen etc.

    Note – in order for the police to take your DNA sample, you must be convicted
    of a felony — and a lot of these killers, have no arrests, or criminal records,
    and they appear "very normal" . Now they have something to worry about !!!

  5. Something to add is that if you keep your DNA on the 23andMe Database they will send you emails for whatever new feature they add. For example, when I took the test the neanderthal thing wasn't a feature yet and then when it became one they sent me my results for that. So you get a lot more bang for your buck on 23andme

  6. The only thing worse than giving your DNA away for free is paying someone to take it from you. This chick like so many others on YouTube have been paid to do these test and post these videos in order to get the sheeple inline with paying to give the rights to your DNA away…. WAKE UP.

  7. its all bullshit….put your DNA only don't give your last name, don't tell where you people come from, according to them its based on your DNA, watch how everything come's back inconclusive…. how stupid can people be, how can they tell how much Neanderthal you, what neanderthal race are they comparing it to….

  8. Why are you just sending these companies your DNA? This is perhaps the most personal thing you have, it’s a blueprint of who you are. People refuse to give out their phone number, they guard their email address, you are constantly worrying about your privacy online. But you just send some company your most personal information to put in their DNA database?

    What do think they are going to do with this ultra personal information? The answer is, you don’t know. Let’s just say your medical records are protected for a reason. This information can and will be used against you at some point.

  9. Great video!!! Both my mom and I recently went with 23 and Me…Still waiting on results…I am very excited about receiving results as I have some unexplainable health issues…I’m hoping the results will provide enough information to explore more possibilities ….

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