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The Connection Between APOE and Cholesterol Levels

The Connection Between APOE and Cholesterol Levels

Few topics in the medical world have created more controversy and conflicting opinions than the subject of cholesterol. Views on saturated fat and dietary cholesterol have oscillated since the Ancel Keys 7 Countries Study in 1958, which led to an overhaul in dietary...

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What Genes Benefit the Most from Coffee?

What Genes Benefit the Most from Coffee?

The health benefits of coffee are well documented in numerous published studies. The positive actions are often due to polyphenols like chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid and the diterpenes cafestol and kahweol, not necessarily the caffeine.  Many studies find a negative...

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Does the Ketogenic Diet Work for APOE4?

Does the Ketogenic Diet Work for APOE4?

Over the last few years, a lot of interest and research has gone into the possibility that the ketogenic diet can be beneficial for Alzheimer's disease prevention or treatment. We wanted to give you a review of what the current research says about the ketogenic diet...

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Analyzing the Nutrition Genome Report for Skin Health

Analyzing the Nutrition Genome Report for Skin Health

In the 1930s, people's lifetime risk in the U.S. of developing invasive malignant melanoma was 1 in 1,500. Currently, the risk is 1 in 59. From 2012 to 2022, the number of new invasive melanoma cases diagnosed annually increased by 31 percent. For non-melanoma skin...

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How Does the APOE Gene Affect Fertility?

How Does the APOE Gene Affect Fertility?

APOE and Progesterone In the Nutrition Genome Report, there is a slider in the Hormone section for women called Progesterone and Fertility. APOE is a significant cholesterol precursor supplier to produce ovarian estrogen and progesterone. Women with at least one...

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How the HFE and Tp53 Gene Affect Fertility

How the HFE and Tp53 Gene Affect Fertility

World Infertility Awareness Month is observed every June to increase awareness of infertility worldwide. This week we will look at two genes that are strongly correlated with environmental pressure: HFE and Tp53. The HFE Gene and Fertility  The human hemochromatosis...

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How the MTHFR and PEMT Genes Affect Fertility

How the MTHFR and PEMT Genes Affect Fertility

World Infertility Awareness Month is celebrated every June to increase awareness of infertility worldwide. For week 2 of the series, we will be reviewing the research on folate metabolism, choline metabolism, and infertility. Review the MTHFR and PEMT Genes Variants...

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