Personalized Prevention Program
After getting the complete information from your health assessment, lab test results, and independent research, we create unique customized action plans for you. Your program includes diet, exercise and recommended therapies designed to restore your health, optimize vital organs, improve present healthconditions so that you can live graceful golden years for the rest of your life. This program is divided into four levels.
Please note that if you have only one health condition for a short duration, progress is much faster than having longstanding multiple health issues.
Women who are undernourished during pregnancy are more likely to have babies with intrauterine growth retardation and low birth-weights. Moreover if they are suffering from some health condition, their babies are also likely to suffer.
Early information and timely prevention programs from Advanced Genomics can help them to become healthy.
Prevention Programs for Kids
Genetic variations that kids inherit from their parents can highly impact their genetic coding. If the parents are suffering from any of the health conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, thyroid, skin, heart, liver, lungs, kidney disease, hormones and blood sugar imbalance, stress, asthma, allergies, arthritis or cancer, kids may acquire them as well.
Research studies have shown that 50% of intelligence is developed by the age of four and rest of the 50% by the age of 18.
Average newborn has 287 chemicals in his or her umbilical cord blood out of which 217 are neurotoxins. How much toxins are present in your child’s body.
Find out what health conditions your child is carrying from you or your parents and grandparents.
Early information about growth, health fitness, allergies, immune system, energy level and mental power can be a big tool to lead a healthy life.
Advanced Genomics prevention programs are well designed for kids to stay healthy by reducing allergies, building strong immune system and improving mental power. Let’s hope for a healthy generations in the days to come.
Prevention Programs for Teens
Research shows that unlike most adults, adolescents could develop these cardiovascular problems silently without evident symptoms. A study conducted by British Columbia Children’s hospital showed how blood pressure and cholesterol readings failed to indicate future cardio-vascular diseases.
Alcoholism and substance abuse disorders have a strong genetic basis, and children of alcoholic parents have a much greater likelihood of developing a substance abuse disorder. If any of your parents is an alcoholic, your chances of becoming addicted to painkillers or some other drugs are equally increased.
Obesity among teens is an ugly reality: By the time overweight children are in their 20`s, they can expect to be diagnosed with diseases that normally affect people in their 60`s and 70`s, including heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, and even amputations related to complications of diabetes.
Several other factors can affect their life: These factors include education pressure, peer pressure, developmental challenges, growth and hormonal changes, puberty, emotional stress, and career development.
Mental status plays big role in teens health and career: Moods, thoughts, perceptions, and cognitive functions can greatly vary among teens. It is important for teens to pursue early information for any mental health issues, such as anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Asperger syndrome, and a pervasive developmental disorder.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): In teens, the lack of concentration may result in poor school performance. About 30 to 50 percent of people diagnosed in childhood continue to have symptoms into adulthood.
While there may be some pre-disposing genes, those genes only get turned on under conditions of poor diet, a sedentary lifestyle, stress, and environmental toxins. Early information about teen’s health can prevent such dreadful conditions if timely actions are taken.
Advanced Genomics team is well equipped to handle all these issues and design personalized prevention programs to meet their demands. These actions are important steps to restore their health, build confidence, handle peer and study pressure and take right decisions to shape their future. Let’s help them to build the foundation of a healthy community and strong nation.
Prevention Programs for seniors
The elderly are more sensitive because of deterioration in physiologic, biochemical, immunologic, and homeostatic parameters, which affect their ability to defend against environmental stresses. Identify and avoid potential risk factors for diseases such as arthritis, alzheimer’s, cancer, dementia, depression, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, hypertension, obesity, osteoporosis, and indigestion.
Men from Mars vs. Women from Venus: The gender gap in health
Research studies show that women live longer than men. In general, men are more muscular than women. Comparatively, women spend their lives in unhealthier conditions than men. Thus, they carry a heavier disease burden.
Both men and women have 23 pairs of chromosomes, which carry the body’s 20,000 to 25,000 genes. All chromosomes in both sexes are the same with the exception of the last chromosome. For the 23rd chromosome, also known as sex chromosome, women have two X chromosomes whereas men have X and Y chromosomes. The Y chromosome is smaller than X and contains fewer genes. Some of these genes may be linked to diseases that contribute to the higher male mortality throughout life. In addition, if a woman has a disease-producing gene on one of her X chromosomes, it may be counter balanced by a normal gene on the other X, but if a man has the same bad gene on his X chromosome, he lacks the potential protection of a matching gene.
Male hormones develop unfavourable cholesterol profiles and suffer an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Testosterone contributes to the premature heart disease in men, while estrogen protects women from heart diseases. Testosterone fuels both benign and malignant diseases of the prostate in men. Women, who take estrogen well beyond menopause, experience an increased risk of heart attacks, strokes, and blood clots. Natural estrogen raises good cholesterol (HDL) which is the main factor of protecting women from heart disease.
If you are in midlife or later years, you’ve probably already experienced some SIGNS OF AGING: joint pains, dry skin, disturbed sleep, and tiredness most of the day. Midlife is also a time when the risk of degenerative diseases increases. Many women experience low levels of estrogen which contributes to the degeneration of body tissues. The physical transformations your body undergoes as you age have a major influence on your sexuality. Declining hormone levels and changes in neurological and circulatory function may lead to sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction or vaginal pain. Such physical changes often mean that the intensity of youthful sex may give way to more subdued responses during middle and later life.
Advanced Genomics uses 360 degree approach to handle all these issues and prevent most of the male and female related health conditions before becoming chronic. Tailor made preventions programs of Advanced Genomics are customized to individual needs and their life style. Diet plan is created at individual level according to their blood values, enzyme and hormone levels. You will find improvement in your health conditions, lab test results, quality of life and relationships.