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Are mutations in your genes for the vitamin D receptor impacting your vitamin D requirements?

There are three common genetic variants, known as Taq1, Bsm1, and Fok1. They’ve been associated with the risk of certain diseases but no one has quite sorted out what they are actually doing. It’s possible they raise your need for vitamin D. Watch this video for my recommendations on what to do if you have them.

I recommend testing your VDR genes with StrateGene, which you can get here:

For more information on how to get the StrateGene report, watch this video:

You may also enjoy these other two videos I made about vitamin D testing:

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  1. There is also a $29 test specially for the Vitamin D receptor – and do not also have to pay $99 to 23andMe test
    39 health problems (as of Jan 2018) have been found to be more likely if you have a poor Vitamin D Receptor: has a list with links to each of the 39 studies.
    It also has a flow chart of Vitamin D in the body – showing the 5 genes which can restrict the amount of vitamin D which gets to cells, only 1 of which is noticed by the standard Vitamin D test. The VDR test quantifies just one of those genes.
    It also lists 7 ways to improve your vitamin D receptor

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