Posted 44 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
Posted 46 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition
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.
Posted 53 Days Ago in: Nutrition
A healthy balanced diet combined with regular exercise and prenatal care reduces your risk of complications during pregnancy. Here are some expert tips from our wellness team to help you optimise your diet to nurture your unborn child.
Posted 60 Days Ago in: Nutrition
Turkey, pumpkin pie or corn bread, which thanksgiving food suits your personality? Take our quiz to find out. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’re also sharing some expert tips to help you enjoy your holiday meals healthily (without saying no to dessert).
Posted 65 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition
Throughout Self Care Week we discussed the importance of fitness, nutrition, decreasing your stress levels and living a healthier lifestyle in general. Last, but not least, we turn our focus to ensuring you’re getting enough sleep.
Posted 66 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition
Effective stress management is more important than ever before, due to the increasing pressure of modern living. It’s hard to juggle the 101 things life throws at us. We’re trying to balance work, studies, family responsibilities and life admin - all while trying to maintain some sort of sanity and a social life.
Posted 67 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition
Yesterday we learnt some easy, at home exercises for busy people. Today’s self care advice comes from our registered dieticians. Here’s how you can nurture your brain, body and belly in the kitchen.
Posted 68 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics
Self care week is all about you, but what have you been doing to stay happy and healthy? One of the main reasons that people point out as adding value to their lives is regular exercise. Doctors recommend it and thankfully the world has taken note and many people regularly train every single day, but if you are unsure of where to start then there are easy ways that you can begin slowly incorporating fitness into your daily life, even while you are at your desk at work or at home watching television. It really is that easy.