The thresholds are based on the inflection points within population distributions for each trait, which is different trait by trait. Wherever available, the data is compared to the phenotype data from the tested population as well as WHO public health data on some of the nutrient deficiency prevalence statistics.
Articles in this section
- I have used other genetic apps and results are different from Silverberry reports, why?
- How Genetic Testing works?
- What is a Genetic Predisposition?
- What is an Assessment Status?
- What is a percentile score?
- How come some of the assessments are not accurate for me?
- How do you arrive at the risk assessment?
- How do you categorize the results as different traits have different thresholds?
- Why did you choose these genes and SNPs?
- Where can I find the scientific studies underlying the analysis?