Your Sex Hormones and Genetics -What You Need to Know Right Now

What do hormones have to do with genetic disposition? 

Well, it turns out – quite a bit. Hormones are chemical messages that are produced in one place but have an interesting cascading effect on every other system in your body. Especially true for women- your sex hormones impact every facet of your health.

But different hormones affect your body in distinct ways. Throughout the female menstrual cycle, hormonal levels fluctuate. Your body in turn is designed to beautifully respond to these different levels and it is genetics that controls how one female body converts hormones compared to another.

Women’s bodies react uniquely to environmental factors based on their cycle at any given time – some women, for example, see quicker results at the gym while others can go every single day for 6 months and still discouragingly see nothing.  

The differences of the monthly cycle – from how women feel, the behavioural tendencies, the mood tendencies… all can be traced to the dominance of the hormones, whether it’s estrogen, androgen, or progesterone. 

This is because of one’s genetic disposition -and finding out about yours, is the key to unlocking a wealth of knowledge about your health. 

Think of your genomic makeup as your operating manual. 

You need to know why your body and hormones do what they do in order to effectively treat it. Your sex hormones in particular impact every aspect of your physiological and mental health. 

Did you know that 80% of meds that are recalled are pharmaceutics that are meant for women? This alarming statistic is attributed to poor clinical trials and highlights the need for really understanding the uniqueness of the female body. Also, the key concerns women have about their health are related to fertility issues, metabolic issues, mental health, cardiovascular and diseases such as breast cancer. The DNA Company recognizes this shortage of proper guidance available and wants to empower women to take control of their health. 

Simply put – our Female Hormone Profile Report can help you understand your body and answer questions you may have had for years.  

  • What sort of diet should I stick to? 
  • Is Keto truly for me? 
  • Why haven’t I seen results from going to the gym every single day for the past 6 months? 
  • Why am I always tired? 
  • Which birth control method should I seek? 
  • Why are my cholesterol levels through the roof? 
  • Am I predisposed to certain diseases?  

These are all questions our Female Hormone Profile Report can help answer – but also help women make better and more informed decisions about their healthcare and lifestyle choices. With knowledge about your genes and how they interact with your sex hormones, you can finally have the health you’ve always wanted. 

Ready to order your test? 

It’s so easy! You simply purchase your test through our websiteuse the code YT208 when you checkout, and wait for your email confirmation – your kit will arrive in a few business days. Once your kit arrives, simply spit in the vile provided and send your saliva sample back to us in the prepaid envelope. Your customized health report will be in your hands in 6 short weeks. 

Dr. Mansoor Mohammed

Dr. Mansoor is the President and Chief Scientific Officer of The DNA Company. He is widely regarded as a pioneer in medical genomics and has been the recipient of multiple academic and industry awards. He is the holder of several patents in the general fields of molecular diagnostics and genomics research and is one of the most sought-after national and international conference speakers in the genre of personalized medical genomics. Dr. Mansoor has clinically interpreted more genomic samples than anyone in the world- Several 1000s to date.  His love for genetics stems from not just superficial aspects like whether you’ll have straight or curly hair, or tracing your heritage, but more so from the desire to deeply learn and understand the inner workings of the human operating manual that is your DNA.

July 14, 2020

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