Imbalanced hormones can have a number of negative effects on health and well-being and are highly influenced by environmental, dietary and genetic factors.
The main role of oestrogen in the body is to increase the growth and production of cells, but it is also involved in the regulation of the female reproductive system, the development of secondary sex characteristics, maintenance of bone density, blood clotting, skin health and mucous membranes.
This report details the genes and enzymes responsible for the biosynthesis, activation and elimination of oestrogen in the body. We provide a personalised oestrogen pathway diagram along with genotype results for variants (SNPs) on the genes that influence these major oestrogen pathways.
- personalised, colour coded genotype results
- gene function and SNP impact descriptions
- clinically relevant SNPs
- nutrient and other epigenetic impacts
- follow up functional testing options
- nutrition and lifestyle recommendations
- dynamic links to research evidence
COMT, CYP1A1, CYP1B1, CYP3A4, CYP17A1, CYP19A1, ESR1, ESR2, GSTM1, GSTP1, MTHFR, SULT1A1, SUL1E1, SULT2A1 and UGT1A1