Re: caffeine metabolism
From 23andMe Customer Care | Europe on 2021-06-28 19:14
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Kendall, Jun 28, 2021, 4:14 PM PDT:
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Mas, Jun 28, 2021, 10:39 AM PDT:
I am a fast coffee metabolizer according to this youtube video
It told me the gene to look up under the raw data search box
behind the link you sent me about coffee intake volumes.
I am very impressed and very grateful to your company
23andme . com so am sending you the link as a
way of saying thank you to you all.
Basically because of the youtube link and 23andme . com
I now know I am A/A type for the indicator gene and that
coffee is better for me than no coffee.
Michael A Poole MASCE MASME MIEEE MIET MBCS ACIARB
Kendall, Jun 28, 2021, 7:01 AM PDT:
Thank you for your reply. I first wanted to clarify that the report available does not include any information on metabolism.
23andMe continuously reviews the literature for new genetic associations and keeps existing customers up to date on new findings. If we are able to offer additional reports, or edit reports in the future, you will be notified of these changes.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
The 23andMe Team
Mas, Jun 26, 2021, 8:17 PM PDT:
Dear Customer Care,
"Take a look at our "Genetically Wired" infographic  and learn a
little more about why people respond differently. If you're a 23andMe
customer, find out what your genetics says about whether you're a fast
or slow metablolizer of caffeine." is also quoted from the web. How do I
find out please? The coffee consumption link you sent me is about the
volume of coffee I drink not whether I am a fast or slow metablolizer.
Kendall, Jun 26, 2021, 11:47 AM PDT:
Thank you for contacting the 23andMe Team. It sounds like you are interested with our Caffeine Consumption report. We do currently offer a report on Caffeine Consumption incorporating Near CYP1A2 and Near AHR gene. You can view your results for this report here: https://you.23andme.com/reports/wellness2.caffeine_consumption/
Keep in mind that 23andMe provides you with genetic information, but does not sequence your entire genome or perform predictive or diagnostic tests. Each health report is based on the current state of biomedical literature and is related only to your particular genotype, but not to your personal or family history, or your environment. You can learn more about the genetic variants incorporated into each report by clicking on the Scientific Details section.
Please let me know in a response to this email if the response forwarded above addresses your question or if you have any additional inquiries.
The 23andMe Team
Mas, Jun 26, 2021, 10:55 AM PDT:
(23andMe customers can look up their data for rs2472297 and rs4410790 using the Browse Raw Data feature. 23andMe also looks at a variant that affects how quickly a person metabolizes caffeine. ) "quoted from the internet" but I cannot figure out how to see if I have a fast or slow caffeine metabolism within the website. Can you tell me how to find out for myself please? Am I fast or slow?