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DNA ANCESTRY & DNA HEALTH RISKS? | 23andMe DNA Test Results

DNA ANCESTRY & DNA HEALTH RISKS? | 23andMe DNA Test Results



Today we finally got our 23andMe DNA test results that revealed our ancestry and health risks. We hope you enjoy!

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8 thoughts on “DNA ANCESTRY & DNA HEALTH RISKS? | 23andMe DNA Test Results

  1. I could drink coffee in the morning and not sleep well that night. I may wake up after a few hours. I know that coffee messes with my sleep patterns so I try to only drink it for emergencies like driving cross country.

  2. You should check 23&me again and click on see all tested populations. They have the countries for southeast asia and is now more specific

  3. Lactose intolerance is a big red herring as they should be testing for the mutation that allows you as an adult to tolerate lactose (or even produce your own lactase) – which also has no bearing on whether you react badly to mutant A1 beta caseine protein produced by a significant portion of cattle in commercial dairies. That'll be future revenue for retesting for 23&Me maybe

  4. VINCE – The French /German thing is probably because the origin of "Plenert" is from the "Elses Lorain" region along the French/German boarder – currently under French rule. Thank Nepolean – he didn't like certain religious groups of people and forced them out. Opa's family went to Eastern Germany(Prussia) but many Plenerts came to the USA and live in Kansas.
    Opa's eye condition is much better these days. His new Dr. forced him to take vitamin B12 and D3. Suddenly he didn't have to get so many shots. Just eat your vegetables.

  5. Dying at Vince's pronounciation of all of the disease names!

    I have heard that you can look more at the specific genes and alleles that you have mutations in (such as fast or slow metabolism of coffee) through the use of a database known as Promethease (https://promethease.com/ondemandagreed)

    I have no personal experience in using this database but it has a direct import function from the 23andme website and have heard that it is reliable 🙂

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