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Depression and mental illness is a growing epidemic worldwide. Andrea Boffo shares a few simple self care activities you can try daily, to help boost your mood and improve your quality of life.
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It can be overwhelming trying to lose weight after giving birth. Your body has been through a lot and you’re probably exhausted! Our sports scientists put together some simple postpartum workouts for you to do at home, to help you ease back into training.
Posted 79 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition
It’s that time of year again - new year, new you! The beginning of the year is always a great way to get a fresh start and make positive changes to your life. Here’s some tips to help you set resolutions that you can stick to, to achieve your health and fitness goals this year.
Posted 84 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Industry News, Nutrition
The new year is only a couple of days away and everyone is preparing to make 2019 their best year yet. Here’s a sneak peek into some of the health trends you can look out for over the next 12 months. These may even give you some inspiration when planning your New Year’s resolutions.
Posted 92 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition
The next gene in our series is VDR; the vitamin D receptor gene. This gene plays a role in how well our bodies can utilise vitamin D, which in turn can affect various different processes. Currently, VDR appears in three different sections of our report – power/endurance, vitamin D needs, and caffeine sensitivity.
Posted 98 Days Ago in: Nutrition
The next gene we’ll be looking at is CYP1A2. The enzyme produced by this gene is responsible for about 95% of all caffeine metabolisation in your body. This is why we include CYP1A2 in our caffeine report. It also plays a role in phase-1 detoxification, particularly in how well your body deals with HCAs and PAHs found in charred meats.
Posted 100 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition
Exercise isn’t just good for your body - it’s a great way to relax your mind. In fact, it’s one of the best (if not the best) ways to manage your stress levels. Alex Jones from Start Fitness shares some of his top tips for practicing mindfulness during your training sessions.
Posted 105 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition
After six weeks of competition (and the DNAFit South Africa team trying their best to stay in shape right before the festive period) the #DNAFitSweetAbChallenge is finally over. Here’s a round-up of our results
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Looking for a personalised Christmas gift? You’ve come to the right place - you don’t get more personal than our range of genetic products. Help your loved ones unlock their full health potential in 2019 - because everyone deserves to get DNAFit.