Enhance Performance with DNAfit

Leverage your body's strengths when hitting the gym. Our simple DNA test can help you reach your goals faster.

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Eliminate the guesswork from your health

Build the body you always wanted

Health Fit, our simple, at home DNA test teaches you how to make your workouts work for you, by understanding your response to power and endurance-based activities.

Personalised diet and training plans, based on your unique genetic results, allow you to leverage your body’s strengths for superior results. Whether you want to tone your muscles or bulk up, DNAfit let's you discover how your genetics affect your exercise response.

Eliminate the guesswork from your health

Learn from over 40 actionable genetic insights

See how your body responds to changes in diet and exercise, including:

Fat & Carb Sensitivity

Fat & Carb Sensitivity

Anti-oxidant & Omega 3 Need

Antioxidant & Omega-3 Need

Anti-oxidant & Omega 3 Need

Vitamin D Need

Vitamin D Need

Caffeine & Alcohol Metabolisation

Caffeine & Alcohol Metabolisation

Genetic Stress Response

Crank your workout up a notch with DNAfit

Research shows that following a genetically-matched training plan can deliver up to three times better results.

Just ten days after taking our at home DNA test, you’ll know which types of exercise you respond best to, how to prevent injuries that could set you back, and whether to up your nutritional intake to meet your genetic needs.

Don’t just get fit, get DNAfit!

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Download Enhancing Performance - A Genetic Guide

This guide helps you to better understand how inter-individual variation affects your performance, and how you can harness it to improve your health, fitness, and performance.

Inside the guide you’ll learn:

  • Can our genes affect how we respond to training?
  • How our genes affect how we respond to exercise
  • Discover the ACTN3 gene
  • How can knowledge of genes improve training programmes?
  • Caffeine: The best (legal) performance-enhancing drug
  • How does caffeine work?
  • How much caffeine should you take?
  • The impact of DNA on caffeine metabolism
  • The role your genes play in exercise recovery
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