Roguejim wrote:Hello. I want to find out what allele of the apoe gene I have. I guess 23and me is one place to start. Do I want the $99 Ancestry test, or the $199 Ancestry+Health test? I understand I need to plug in the results at Promethease, or maybe Dr. Rhonda Patrick's site? She offers some sort of comprehensive report there. It's my understanding that Promethease can be confusing, but I don't really know. Thanks.
You don't need it, you can run the raw data through any of the other resources mentioned above. You can also get an advanced lipid test which also tests for apoe4. In my case it showed up on the lipid test, I did 23andme to validate and also get any other info on my genetics relevant to AD or other risks.Roguejim wrote:I guess what I'm asking is whether the "Health" part of the report is essential or necessary to determine what apoe allele you have. I'd rather not drop the extra $100 if it's not necessary. If the Ancestry report will suffice, then I would just buy that
Roguejim wrote:Hello. Do I want the $99 Ancestry test, or the $199 Ancestry+Health test?
Roguejim wrote:I visited Dr. Rhonda Patrick's website...
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