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A Home DNA Test Kit for a Healthier You

Our DNA holds many secrets and when those secrets are decoded, we can learn how to be a healthier version of ourselves. This might sound like an impossible or expensive exercise to perform. However, the invention of the home DNA test kit has made the availability of this information much more accessible.

In this article, we will discuss what a home DNA test can tell you and your health advisors, as well as where to find a home DNA test kit and how they work.

What a Home DNA Test Can Tell You

A home DNA test kit can tell you and your health advisors a lot. Your doctor, dietician, and personal trainer can all benefit from this information as they will have a better idea of what your body requires to thrive. Here is what an at-home DNA test can tell your health advisors:

  • Doctor: A DNA test can tell your doctor whether you have a predisposition to developing a disease such as diabetes, cancer, dementia, and much more.
  • Dietician: Studies have shown that your DNA plays a big part in your tendency to be overweight. It can also tell you which food your body works well with and which foods to avoid when trying to lose weight.
  • Trainer: Your DNA can tell you how to optimise your training, whether or not you are susceptible to oxidative stress, what your muscle and bone (musculoskeletal)risk injuries are, what your endurance and power potential is, and so much more.

Where to Find a Home DNA Test in South Africa

No matter where you are located in South Africa, Geneway is able to provide you with an at-home DNA test. We have practitioners based all around the country making it easy for you to communicate with one of our certified professionals. You can perform one of our DNA tests in the comfort of your own home and all you will require is a cheek sample. You will then send the sample off to the laboratory, and receive your results within no time!

To find out more about the Geneway home DNA test kit, contact our team and start your health journey.

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