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    Is the SNPBit Compendium 1 going to be at least somewhat comprehendible for the layperson who tries pretty hard? Is it worth buying if you are not a SNP”s/Methylation/biochemical pathways Expert?

    it says: “This is a learning guide for referencing individual SNPs, where they are visually placed in their enzymatic pathways, and include nutritional cofactors that are needed for optimal function.”

    What does “a learning guide for referencing individual SNPs mean exactly?

    I have to admit that I’ve been hoping for a source of information about the SNP’s on Sterling’s App that might be a bit more basic than what this description sounds like (embarrassingly, I can’t really make much out of the pathway diagrams on Sterling App and I’m also not as proficient as I would like to be at using the search feature on the online version of Sterlings APP). I guess I’ve been hoping for an explanation about the things on Sterling’s APP like what the various genes reported on really do and what the possible significance or ramification of the SNP’s might be. Kind of like the podcast/PDF “How to read your 23andme results without going crazy”, only way expanded . . . even more complete with respect to all/more of the SNP’s on Sterling’s App and in even more detail.

    It also says that an EBOOK version is “in the works”, I think that would be easier to use (electronic searches and all), if it will be available relatively soon, I guess otherwise it might make sense to go with the physical book. Is there an ETA on the EBOOk?

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