Home DNA Test in Cape Town: The Answer to Your Quest for Health

Cape Town is a hub for many things including, art, food, wine, and health. It is so easy to live a healthy lifestyle in the mother city. Whether you are shopping for your weekly organic fruit, veg, and meat at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market to ensure you are not ingesting toxins or if you enjoy taking a jog up Lions Head for some fresh air and exercise, the fact of the matter is, you enjoy looking after your body.  

However, perhaps you feel that it doesn’t matter how clean you eat and how much you exercise, you still haven’t reached the physical peak you are aiming for, or perhaps you still bloat after every meal and can’t figure out why.

In this article, we will discuss how a simple home DNA test, in Cape Town, your home city, can help you live a healthier lifestyle. 

How a DNA Test can Help

There are many types of DNA tests that can provide you with more information on your body and how to personalise your health journey to suit your genetic makeup. For example, a DNA test could indicate certain food sensitivities that you might have, which could be the answer to why you experience bloating even though you’re eating clean. Perhaps your body is more suited to a bodyweight workout than cardio, which is why your body just doesn’t seem to reach the physical peak that others around you are reaching. 

How Much is a DNA Test in Cape Town? 

Depending on the type of DNA test and whether you are opting for more than one test, the price of a DNA test might fluctuate. However, an at-home test kit is typically anywhere between R3200 and R4000. 

Where to Go for DNA Testing in Cape Town 

Geneway is a DNA testing facility that provides at-home testing. This ensures that you can perform this simple test from the comfort of your own home! If you are looking for a practitioner that is registered with us in Cape Town, you will be able to find a representative in your area. 

To find out more about how you can improve your health with a DNA test, contact us at Geneway

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