Livestrong Features FitnessGenes in Effective Fitness Gadget Guide

If you're seeking a little extra help, motivation or accountability, or just itching for something new to play with, here are 20 gadgets -- from high-tech toys to gym staples -- that will actually help you get fit and stay healthy.....including a FitnessGenes DNA Analysis Kit!

Written by Sarah Wassner Flynn

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Is the Sports World Ready for Personalized Nutrition?

Shane Starling, Senior Editor of leading B2B media powerhouse Nutraingredients profiles FitnessGenes ahead of the ‘Innovation and Opportunity in Sports Nutrition' Conference in Frankfurt, where our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr Samantha Decombel will be presenting "Tailor made – do elite athletes require bespoke nutrition solutions? What can the rest learn? What is on the cutting edge of sports nutrition?" on 28 November

Written by Shane Starling

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FitnessGenes Features in ELLE Magazine Cover Story! November 2016 USA Edition

FitnessGenes was featured in ELLE's November issue in "Test Tubes, Baby!"--- part of a 3-part feature about today's 'Measured Life' discussing new precision medical technology, wearables, fitness trackers, and other diagnostics empowering us with information about our own bodies. FitnessGenes is highlighted on the second and third pages. Thanks to our friends at ELLE for the coverage and great article!

ClassPass reviews FitnessGenes: How DNA Affects My Running

Tatiana Kuzmowycz is ClassPass's Sr. Copywriter. An avid runner, Tatiana likes to challenge herself in class and outdoors, with everything from HIIT classes to hiking. You can find her on the streets of Brooklyn with her dog Duck. In her latest blog, she road tests FitnessGenes recommendations as she begins training for an upcoming marathon.

Written by Tatiana Kuzmowycz

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Why a little bit of belly fat might actually be a good thing.

Written by Erin Magner

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Some people consider coffee the devil’s brew, while others can’t live a day without it. Now, scientific studies on the effects of caffeine on the body help us make sense of why.

Written by Abeline Cohen

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The way we react to coffee is all in our genes.

Written by Daniel Barna

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Fitness trackers are fun, but all that data could go to waste if you don't get the inside scoop on how you're built and what is best for you.

Written by Jeff Haden

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New York Times Blog

For coffee drinkers, the buzz may be in your genes. Anahad O'Connor unlocks his FitnessGenes results, to help him understand how his CYP1A variation is effecting her daily caffeine boost.

Written by Anahad O'Connor

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