Holidays mean too much food, drink too much and talk too much. If you are looking forward to these endless hours of innocent banter, good for you. But if you are afraid of countless inhuman talk or the real possibility that one erroneous political comment (or a drunken assertion) can cause a whirlpool that destroys the day – we have advice that can help the family gathering this year more interesting for everyone.
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You have heard so far about 23andMe, an innovative DNA analysis that allows you to uncover your lineage and family heritage. Online DNA research has helped more than a million people worldwide explore their family tree and uncover secrets, secrets and truths – and lies – about where they came from, and who they and their loved ones are from.
If you were smart enough to take advantage of the sales of Thanksgiving 23andMe, the chances are decent, you will get your test results before your family gathers for the holidays. Using DNA from a simple saliva sample, 23andMe selects data from more than 150 regions around the world to help define your pedigree. Your reports will include pedigree composition, both maternal and paternal haplogroups, your DNA family and DNA-Relative Finder, to help you and your loved ones find long-lost family members. 23andMe can even identify a specific Neanderthal DNA that will certainly move the curtain back to the roots of some of the brighter members of your family.
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A picture showing your family's Christmas party and the opportunity to lay out all your family tree, and spend hours discussing where your family tree came from, who your ancestors were, where they came from and when. (Imagine your satisfaction when you clumsily debunk this family myth that has been passed down for several generations.) You can see how much you look like your cousins. You can see how much of your DNA is shared with brothers, sisters, mom, dad and extended relatives. You can even find out where Aunt Bertha got her dick.
23andMe Thanksgiving gift sales may end, but you can still be the hero of your annual family gathering. After December 25, you can get Ancestry service from 23andMe for $ 69 and its Health and Pedigree service with more than 90 online reports of your pedigrees, traits and health for only $ 139, which is 30 percent of normal prices $ 99 and $ 199, respectively. And if you order before December 17th, then 23andMe says that you will have a DNA kit for Christmas. This will give a great gift, even if you have already shared your family tree; after all, all families have two distinct ancestral lines.
Check out 23andMe before these deals end!