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Member Forum >> Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes Protocol >> People with too much visceral fat usually have an abnormal Kraft Test result when they are tested
 People with too much visceral fat usually have an abnormal Kraft Test result when they are tested
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Posted: 1/1/2020 7:08:08 AM
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Dr.Arthur Agatston said,"Everybody with a ’belly’ (large belly) will have an abnormal Kraft Test."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQmRBjhBqrs
The Kraft Test shows a person’s glucose and insulin responses to an oral glucose load.Glucose and insulin levels are measured 30 minutes, 1hour, 2 hours,3hours,4 hours and 5 hours after the person drinks the glucose solution.
Dr. Agatston spoke about new calcified plaque and old calcified plaque.
Case histories are included.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBwch25cw6o
 
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Posted: 1/1/2020 4:10:52 PM
 
Does anyone here know whether we can check for the 9P21 gene using Promethease and our "23 and Me" data?

Or does one have to get a separate genetic test for 9P21?
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Malcolm, I logged on to 23andMe and searched for gene 9p21. On my version of 23andMe, I do not have that gene available. Versions vary, of course.
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