3507 Posted 6 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Organic Food - Is It Better?

A lot has been said about organic produce and sustainable eating but is it really better? Most people eat foods that are available at the supermarket so we went on a mission to discover if you should be paying extra, for the good of your health.

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3506 Posted 8 Days Ago in: Training

Slow Training - Should You Be Doing It?

Slow training puts a spin on how you would normally lift heavy weights, but is it better? We did some research to find out if it's something you should include in your training routine

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3505 Posted 10 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition

How To Boost Your Testosterone, Naturally

Testosterone is needed to increase your chances of muscle gain, fat loss, lower fatigue during activity, high energy, increased ability to recover appropriately from exercise and can even reduce your susceptibility to injury. This is why it is beneficial to understand how we can boost our levels naturally.

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3504 Posted 13 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Drinking Soda and Your Brain

You may not have thought anything about it, but soda is not only a major cause of weight gain but can also negatively impact the way that your brain works. We investigate how.

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3503 Posted 15 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

Am I Normal? Aerobic Trainability

When running customers through their DNAFit reports, a common question I am asked is "Are my results normal?" This is a tough question to answer, because it's hard to define what normal actually is.

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3502 Posted 15 Days Ago in: Training

Optimise Your Strength Training

Strength training comes in all shapes and sizes, and if you incorporate slight adjustments to your gym routine you'll find that it'll be both rewarding and beneficial.

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3501 Posted 20 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Histamine Intolerance: The What and The Why

A histamine intolerance can have different effects depending on your sensitivity. But what is it? And how do you prevent becoming ill from it?

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3500 Posted 22 Days Ago in: Training

Sports Science: Endurance Performance and its markers

How do you become an elite endurance athlete? And are there some predictive markers that can help to determine this? Sports scientist Peter Parel delves into the inner workings of endurance performance and what can lead to being successful.

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3499 Posted 23 Days Ago in: Genetics

What Is Epigenetics?

In the quest to learn more about ourselves on a genetic level, we must understand that genetics only helps to add more pieces to the puzzle, but still cannot answer everything. For this reason, epigenetics has become just as important as genetics when understanding ourselves

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3498 Posted 27 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition

Biohacking and Our Health

Want to become more human than you ever thought imaginable? Biohacking is a brand new trend where you use everything at your disposal to optimise your life and make this possible!

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