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People with too much visceral fat usually have an abnormal Kraft Test result when they are tested


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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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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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