GENETIC RISK ASSESSMENT
Your GRASS report carries the percentage of Genetic Risk that indicates the age at which Diabetes may occur, depending on all the data, with accuracy of 68-92% depending upon patient's inputs
. Genetic Risk will remain same throughout the life,however life style and dietary factors like junk food, rich diet, consumption of alcohol, smoking, stress and zero exercise may trigger Diabetes earlier.
Susceptibility is the tendency to develop the disease. This tendency depends upon various factors including your age, family history of Diabetes, the excess birth weight. Your ethnicity, a sedentary lifestyle, stress and rich diet also results in increasing the tendency.
Diet. Exercise. Education. Drugs. DEED is the ultimate word for self care and monitoring blood sugar levels. GRASS gives you the "Suggestions for Prevention" which carries a customized dietary chart and an exercise reference personal to your report. Getting educated on the Diabetes is helpful as much as the drugs which shall be advised by your physician.
19 Nov, 2013
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08 Oct, 2013
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10 Sep, 2013
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02 Sep, 2013
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