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At the turn of the century, Cardio-Vascular Diseases (CVDs) have become the leading cause of mortality in India. This epidemiological transition is largely because of the increase in the prevalence of CVDs and CVD risk factors in India.

According to a new national study, Ischemic heart disease, where blood supply to the heart is restricted, is the leading cause of death in India, causing 17.8% deaths in 2016, increasing the death burden to 104% since 1990. In 2016, the estimated prevalence of CVDs in India was estimated to be 54.5 million. Further, according to a report by Global Burden of Diseases in 2016, 1.7 million Indians die due to heart disease out of the world’s 17.3 million deaths.

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Case-control studies have reported that important risk factors for CVD in India are dyslipidaemias, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, abdominal obesity, psychosocial stress, unhealthy diet, and physical inactivity along with genetic predisposition.

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LEADING INDIAN STATES

The prevalence of cardiovascular disease in 2016 was the highest in Kerala, Punjab and Tamil Nadu i.e. more than 5,000 per population of 100,000. Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa and West Bengal are close second with prevalence between 4,500 and 4,999 per 100,000.

As a matter of concern, heart diseases are projected to account for 35% of the deaths amongst India’s working age (20 to 60) population between 2020 and 2030, as per the ICRIER study.


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Cardiac Health DNA Test Phenotypes

VLDL Metabolism - Lipid Metabolism
  • Tendency of Triglyceride Metabolism
  • Risk of Blood Pressure
  • Requirement of MUFA Rich Foods
  • Requirement of Omega 3
HDL Metabolism - Lipid Metabolism
  • Tendency of HDL Metabolism
  • Risk of CVD
  • Response to Statins
  • Requirement of Omega 3
Vascular Health - Lipid Metabolism
  • Risk of High LDL Levels
  • Risk of Low HDL Levels
  • Tendency of Alzheimer's Disease
  • Risk of High Cholesterol Levels
  • Risk of High Triglyceride Levels
  • Tendency of Dyslipidaemia
  • Risk of Increased Vascular Inflammation
  • Risk of Oxidative Stress
  • P:C:F Ratio
Methylation
  • Tendency of Hyperhomocystienima
  • Tendency of MTHFR Activity
  • Tendency of Increased Homocysteine
  • Tendency of Folate Metabolism
  • Tendency of CVD
  • Requirement for Folate Supplementation
  • Requirement of Vitamin B6
  • Requirement of Vitamin B12
  • Tendency of Folate Metabolism
Inflammation
  • Risk of High CRP Levels
  • Tendency of Inflammation
  • Risk of Elevated Il6 Levels
  • Risk of Developing Inflammation Associated Obesity
  • Tendency Of Visceral Fat Deposition
  • Tendency Of Cardio Vascular Disease
Oxidative Stress
  • Risk of Oxidative Generation
  • Requirement of Antioxidants
  • Requirement of Omega 3
  • Tendency of Reduced Nitric Oxide
  • Risk for Atherosclerosis
  • Risk for Hypertension
Fat Absorption and Metabolism
  • Tendency of Low BMI
  • Tendency of Obesity in Association with Fat Intake
  • Tendency of Increased Waist Circumference
  • Tendency of High BMI
  • Tendency of Increased Insulin Levels
  • Impact of Saturated Fats on IR
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