What if we told you that a significant number of people have a certain gene type (a version of an ‘insertion/deletion’ genotype) that would allow them to beat a drug test? Well, it’s true!...
We all want to perform at the peak of our physical ability. Yet for each of us there is a limit to our capacity to perform a particular physical exercise. These limits are set by two main factors: our ENVIRONMENT and our GENETICS.
My name is Jelena, I’m a genetics researcher at Cambridge University, and this summer I’m about to climb Kilimanjaro for the very first time. Now, you wouldn’t think those last two things are related. But as a professional geek, I couldn’t resist researching the health background of the trip before signing up.
Check out this fantastic video between FitnessGenes™ CEO Dr. Dan Reardon, and the absolutely phenomenal Mike Rashid. This is an in-depth discussion where they talk about Mike’s MuscleGenes results.
A throwback to when MuscleGenes LTD secured a financial investment in a Series-A funding round, which lead the company into the next level of growth and development that it is today!
Yesterday afternoon, Dr Sam and I headed up to Nottingham to have a little seminar/discussion about MuscleGenes with the guys at M10...
At FitnessGenes™, we are constantly and tirelessly scouring the scientific literature for research showing any effect of changes in diet, exercise activity, or supplements on genes or on any trait that is known to be affected by our genes.
On February 25–26th, the US Food and Drug Administration will hold a public meeting to discuss ‘oocyte modification in assisted reproduction for the prevention of transmission of mitochondrial disease’...
In April 1953, this sentence appeared in the scientific paper where James Watson and Francis Crick presented the structure of the DNA helix, the molecule that carries genetic information from one generation to the other: that is the discovery of DNA!
Congratulations to MuscleGenes COO Samantha Decombel for her feature on PlayDNA and MuscleGenes in the Oxford Times Business Magazine. We value the hugely positive media coverage of MuscleGenes, and can’t wait for the month of March when we’ll be releasing some very exciting press releases.