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PerMè Test measures the effects of inflammation due to food and sugar consumption and the possible genetic predisposition to some of the most significant genetic diseases that can be addressed with a personalised nutrition profile.
GEK Lab’s physicians and specialists will evaluate your overall inflammation level and its possible relation with nutrition.
The test allows for a simultaneous check of the various inflammatory aspects related to nutrition on a scientific basis, the understanding of many symptoms and disorders that often go unexplained, and the suggestion of a dietary path and lifestyle individually suited to the needs of every person.
After doing this test you will know your Personal Food Profile, your levels of Glycation and of inflammatory markers, and you will be able to understand the individual excessive intake of every kind of sugar together with a number of genetic predispositions related to chronic diseases and connected with nutritional habits.
The relationship between the most common and relevant chronic conditions and the way we feed is by now scientifically well established and the number of studies that put in correlation inflammation, alterations of sugar metabolism and their possible prevention and cure is growing more numerous and precise by the day.
GEK Lab has been working for many years on the evidence of elements from analyses that can guide towards an effective model of Personalised Medicine. PerMè is the culmination of these research efforts, making available a practical, effective and safe instrument with which to modify one’s food habits in the right direction.
The dietary suggestions elaborated in the PerMè test are presented with a scientific approach and on a personalised basis, to enable the patient to better modulate inflammatory responses, and to maintain a healthy, complete and varied eating style.
Being able to know and understand some aspects of one’s genetic profile and its eventual predisposition to some of the most common conditions, can be a great help in the process of conscious improvement of the overall picture of once health. The PerMè test only analyses those gene variants that are recognised by established science as significant and effectively connected with the development of certain diseases.
The genetic predisposition to a metabolic disease makes a person more sensible to the alterations deriving from unhealthy nutrition habits, making a cautious approach by the individual of even greater importance. At the same time this sensitivity makes each positive change in food habits both more effective and faster-acting towards the resolution of the problem (for example, weight loss or the control of blood sugar) once it is enacted. In this way, knowing these genetic variants becomes a valuable and effective instrument towards conquering and maintaining your wellbeing.
TNFSF13B – Genetic Predisposition towards Food Related Inflammation
The test evaluates the presence of mutations in this gene, related to the development of food-related inflammation.
TCF7L2 – Genetic Predisposition towards Diabetes
The test evaluates the presence of mutations in this gene, related to the development of diabetes.
FTO – Genetic Predisposition towards Obesity
The test evaluates the presence of mutations in this gene, related to the development of obesity and metabolic diseases.
PNPLA3 – Genetic Predisposition towards Hepatic Steatosis
The test evaluates the presence of mutations in this gene, related to the development of Hepatic Steatosis
BAFF and PAF
The test measures the levels of these two inflammatory cytokines, indicators of food related inflammation and connected to many conditions and diseases.
MGO and AG
The test measures the levels of these two byproducts of glycation, indicators of a sugar- related inflammation and of an excessive intake of sugar-like substances (glucose, fructose, alcol, polyols).
IgG: Personal Food Profile
The test measures the levels of your food-related Immunoglobulines G (IgG), contributing to the definition of your personal food profile.