Part 6 in the genetics mini-series, the final part.
if you have read the first 5 parts and found it all interesting, I strongly recommend getting your own DNA test and finding out more about yourself. I have.
Our friend Dawn is currently (March only) offering a special discount deal, 30% off a comprehensive test, full details of all that the test covers are in this post.
That’s a good deal – so, go on, jump in, go for it!
Over the last few posts, we have learned how genetic variations between us make us the individuals we are, both on the inside and on the outside. We know that food speaks to our genes and in turn, our genes can affect how our foods are processed. We understand that knowing our genetic differences can help us to exercise more efficiently and maintain a healthy weight. And we know that we can help our genes stay healthy as we age.
We now appreciate that we have more influence and control over our protein-encoding genes than we realised. Thankfully, we can positively influence our genetic health trajectory. The more ‘inside knowledge’ of your personal genetic make-up you have, the better you can tweak your diet, lifestyle and training, to optimise your health.
During March 2019, I am offering the complete ‘DNAFit Diet Fitness Pro 360’ package at a 35% discounted rate…
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