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  1. 23andme website result evaluation Q
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  3. Rick Cooper
  4. Message 1 of 10 , Feb 19 7:00 AM
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  6. Please advise website  to evaluate 23andme raw data. This is a repeat question from earlier this week.
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  8. Rick Cooper ND
  9. Norwalk, CT
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  12. Virginia Oram, ND
  13. Message 2 of 10 , Feb 19 7:42 AM
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  15. Genetic Genie
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  17. Virginia  Oram ND
  18. Eugene, OR
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  21. Rick Cooper
  22. Message 3 of 10 , Feb 19 8:18 AM
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  24. Genetic Genie only seems to offers methylation and detox analysis. Does anyone offer a broader evaluation?
  25. Rick Cooper ND
  26. Norwalk, CT
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  29. radhika kamat
  30. Message 4 of 10 , Feb 19 8:21 AM
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  33. Sterlings app on mthfrsupport.com is very comprehensive .
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  37. Laura Firetag
  38. Message 5 of 10 , Feb 19 11:20 AM
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  40. HealthCoach7 offers a very comprehensive report of clinically relevant SNPs.  The report doesn't explicitly explain the clinical relevance of each SNP but it does highlight concerning SNPs which can then be researched and analyzed further by you and/or your patient.  I believe the report is free when the patient signs up for a free account.  Here's a link to their website: https://www.healthcoach7.com/
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  42. No affiliation currently.
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  44. Laura Elayne Firetag, ND
  45. Puyallup, WA
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  48. manifesting_health
  49. Message 6 of 10 , Feb 19 1:45 PM
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  51. For $30 patients can take the 23andme data and get a ~43 page report from wwww.mthfrsupport.com  (use Sterling's App).  The report is long, but this is due to the repetition of genes under different headings. It pulls out SNPS evaluate the methylation cycle, CYP 450 enzymes, dopamine and serotonin, immunity,and more.  
  52. Sara Rodgers, ND
  53. Boise, ID
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  56. Erin Holston Singh, N.D.
  57. Message 7 of 10 , Feb 19 1:56 PM
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  60. SO do you advise your patients do that or do you do that for them and then make recommendations based on the info?
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  62. Thanks,
  63. Erin Holston Singh, ND
  64. Cleveland
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  67. tnkaczor
  68. Message 8 of 10 , Feb 19 3:21 PM
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  70. Promethease
  71. Promethease
  72. Promethease You must enable JavaScript in your web browser in order to make a payment. Numerous features of the Promethease reports also depend upon Javascript.
  73. View on www.promethease.com
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  77. It gives a full analysis and links to SNPedia.
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  79.  Last time I used it, less than a year ago, the cost was $5.00. You import the 23andme results directly. Very user friendly.
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  82. Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO
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  85. Anne Van Couvering
  86. Message 9 of 10 , Feb 19 9:57 PM
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  88. MTHFR is a major part of my practice and I like the MTHFRsupport/Sterlings App as the most comprehensive and the least likely to get patients thinking they can"treat" their genetics by offering supplement regimens based on individual SNPS which is at best silly and at the worst dangerous.
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  90. Anne Van Couvering, ND
  91. Berkeley, CA
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  95. rbrody11
  96. Message 10 of 10 , Feb 20 8:18 AM
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  98. Opus 23 Pro. Will be available soon to the ND community for 23andme analysis. Www. Datapunk.net/opus23.
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