The Inflammatory Response Genetic Test identifies the people most susceptible to the inflammatory process in response to external stimuli.
The inflammatory response genetic test analyzes the variants of 3 genes related to the balance between pro- and anti-inflammatory stimuli.
TNFα gene: codes for tumor necrosis factor alpha, an inflammatory cytokine.
IL6 gene: codes for interleukin 6, a cytokine that regulates both acute and chronic inflammatory response.
Gene IL10: codes for the anti-inflammatory molecule interleukin 10, which inhibits the development of inflammatory responses.
Method of collection: SALIVA
TNFa, IL6 and IL10: are the genes of 3 cytokines fundamental in the delicate pro- and anti-inflammatory balance. If this balance is unbalanced, the individual is more susceptible to frequent inflammation and various pathologies.
In the presence of predisposing variants, it is advisable to prevent the inflammatory state with a diet rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and fresh seasonal vegetables. It is also good to maintain proper hydration to reduce tissue acidosis damage, practice regular physical activity and limit the consumption of tobacco smoke and alcoholic beverages.
The inflammatory response genetic test is recommended for everyone to find out if you are predisposed to frequent inflammation and various pathologies.
In case of increased risk, inflammation can be prevented with a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.