Diabetes Sensor

The Diabetes Sensor provides information on how high the risk of contracting diabetes is and helps prevent it.

Diabetes is becoming a widespread disease

In recent decades, diabetes has developed into a widespread disease. In Germany alone, around six million people suffer from this metabolic illness and the consequences of impaired regulation of blood sugar levels.

The by far most significant number is affected by type 2 diabetes. If left untreated, the disease can cause further serious health problems, including severe organ damage and blindness.

Genetic predisposition to type 2 diabetes

The risk of developing type 2 diabetes varies from person to person. Factors such as incorrect eating habits and obesity play an important role. However, it is primarily the genetic predisposition that decides whether a person develops type 2 diabetes in the course of his or her life.

In order to assess the actual risk in individual cases, genetic analysis can help by examining the genes relevant in this context.

How our Diabetes Sensor works

For our Diabetes Sensor, we carry out an extensive genetic analysis in our laboratory. We are investigating nine known genetic variations that play a role in the risk of type 2 diabetes.

This provides us with valuable information that you can use for prevention as well as any treatment that may become necessary at a later date.

After a successful analysis, we summarize our test results in a detailed written evaluation. In doing so, we address the individual diabetes risk and also give concrete nutritional recommendations that take into account the results of the analysis.

In this way, our diabetes sensor can make a valuable contribution to preventive health care and helps patients with an increased risk so that they can adapt their lifestyle in a meaningful way.

The Diabetes Sensor at a glance:

  • Analysis of the nine genes relevant to diabetes
  • Verification of the tolerability of 36 important drugs
  • Reliable examination by our laboratory
  • Written evaluation of the test results
  • Individual recommendations for prevention

Further information can be foundhere.

Are you interested in a demo report?

After a successful analysis, we summarize the individual results in a detailed result report. You will also find information on the analyzed genes and the underlying science in this demo.

We would be happy to send you the demo report. Just send us an email with the name of the analysis.



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