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3612 Posted 7 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Bloating - what it is and how to prevent it

Bloating is one of the most common symptoms of discomfort for people all over the world and of all ages. We investigate why it happens and what we can do to prevent it and live healthier.

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3611 Posted 12 Days Ago in: Training

Getting to Grips with Plyometric Exercises

Plyometric exercises can be crucial for people who want to improve their strength and explosive power, as well as athletes who play sports that require quick bursts of pace, for instance. We investigate what they are, why you should do them, and different ways you can incorporate them into your regular training schedule.

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3610 Posted 13 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Traffic Light Food Labels

Understanding what foods you should be eating is only part of the picture when you aren't sure of what the foods on the shelves of stores contains. Enter traffic light food labels, that make it easier to see what certain foods contain and what you should be choosing.

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3608 Posted 18 Days Ago in: Training

How To Burn Calories By Walking

Walking is for everybody, and is beneficial to your health, wellbeing and lifestyle. It can be done anywhere and doesn't require much skill, which makes it the perfect low intensity exercise for you to do daily!

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3607 Posted 19 Days Ago in: Nutrition

The rise and rise of quinoa

Quinoa is a popular nutrient dense substitute for rice and pasta that should be a part of everyone's diet. We explore what makes it so special and how you can include it in your diet.

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3606 Posted 26 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition

What to do when training in the heat

Summer is here and that means more opportunity to take your workout outside and into the sun, but there are also a few precautions to be aware of when you're training in the heat.

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3605 Posted 28 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Everything About Gut Bacteria

Your gut microbiome is a vast ecosystem that houses trillions of bacteria that have an influence on a number of your bodily functions and health. But how does it work? And how do you keep it healthy? We find out!

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3604 Posted 30 Days Ago in: Industry News

DNAFit Has Been Awarded Two Queen's Awards!

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3602 Posted 33 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

The Deep Squat and Alternatives

The squat is an important exercise for a number of reasons, but you don't always have to go as deep as you can, there are alternatives. We find out what these are and what you can do to optimise your workout.

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3601 Posted 38 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Going Gluten Free

What happens to your body when you go gluten-free, and do you need to do this to stay healthy? We investigate!

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