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What’s the Crack with Eggs and Cholesterol?

Unfortunately, the medical dogma of saturated fats and cholesterol being the root of all evil and extremely bad for us is still prevalent. Giving birth to the world of trans fats, such as margarine, which will cause your cells to become stiff, increasing inflammation and accelerating ageing. The cholesterol myth is killing thousands of people […]

Retinol: The buzz word in skincare, but is it in your diet?

Skincare is important, but ultimately your skin health and beauty will be affected by your genes. Vitamin A is more than just a single nutrient. It’s a broad group of related nutrients each providing us with an array of health benefits. Retinoids are made up of retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and retinyl esters, which can […]

Categories: Genetics Nutrition

Can your DNA and nutrition unlock the fountain of youth?

Anti-aging and genetics are closely linked and one of the key master regulators is a gene named FOXO3. FOXO3 is named the longevity gene and regulates your stress response and resistance. Aging is happening to us all the time. It happens from normal metabolism, as well as every time you have something to eat. Converting […]

Categories: Genetics Nutrition

S.A.D. To See The Sun Go?

With autumn in full swing and the nights closing in rapidly, it won’t be long before the clocks change plunging us all into darkness for the next 6 months. We ask the question “Are you S.A.D. to see the sun go?” – and do the winter months have an effect on your mental and emotional […]

Categories: Genetics Nutrition

Biological Age Vs Chronological Age

James Brown, Muhdo’s nutrigenetics director, celebrates his birthday today. And what better way to see the day in by writing up a post letting us all know just how young he is… So I’m 41 years young today!! Well, that’s what my chronological age is anyway! The majority of us will be completely unaware we […]

Categories: Genetics

Caffeine and stress

Genes of interest:  ADORA2A rs5751876, CYP1A2 rs762551 Caffeine is a stimulant and as such can help to “perk” you up if you are feeling fatigued or tired. It is often utilised to help with focus before training or learning. Caffeine, like all drugs, affects people in different ways and as such may or may not […]

Categories: DNA Genetics

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    What’s the Crack with Eggs and Cholesterol?

    Unfortunately, the medical dogma of saturated fats and cholesterol being the root of all evil and extremely bad for us is still prevalent. Giving birth to the world of trans fats, such as margarine, which will cause your cells to become stiff, increasing inflammation and accelerating ageing. The cholesterol myth is killing thousands of people […]

    Retinol: The buzz word in skincare, but is it in your diet?

    Skincare is important, but ultimately your skin health and beauty will be affected by your genes. Vitamin A is more than just a single nutrient. It’s a broad group of related nutrients each providing us with an array of health benefits. Retinoids are made up of retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and retinyl esters, which can […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Can your DNA and nutrition unlock the fountain of youth?

    Anti-aging and genetics are closely linked and one of the key master regulators is a gene named FOXO3. FOXO3 is named the longevity gene and regulates your stress response and resistance. Aging is happening to us all the time. It happens from normal metabolism, as well as every time you have something to eat. Converting […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    S.A.D. To See The Sun Go?

    With autumn in full swing and the nights closing in rapidly, it won’t be long before the clocks change plunging us all into darkness for the next 6 months. We ask the question “Are you S.A.D. to see the sun go?” – and do the winter months have an effect on your mental and emotional […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Biological Age Vs Chronological Age

    James Brown, Muhdo’s nutrigenetics director, celebrates his birthday today. And what better way to see the day in by writing up a post letting us all know just how young he is… So I’m 41 years young today!! Well, that’s what my chronological age is anyway! The majority of us will be completely unaware we […]

    Categories: Genetics

    Caffeine and stress

    Genes of interest:  ADORA2A rs5751876, CYP1A2 rs762551 Caffeine is a stimulant and as such can help to “perk” you up if you are feeling fatigued or tired. It is often utilised to help with focus before training or learning. Caffeine, like all drugs, affects people in different ways and as such may or may not […]

    Categories: DNA Genetics

    What’s the Crack with Eggs and Cholesterol?

    Unfortunately, the medical dogma of saturated fats and cholesterol being the root of all evil and extremely bad for us is still prevalent. Giving birth to the world of trans fats, such as margarine, which will cause your cells to become stiff, increasing inflammation and accelerating ageing. The cholesterol myth is killing thousands of people […]

    Retinol: The buzz word in skincare, but is it in your diet?

    Skincare is important, but ultimately your skin health and beauty will be affected by your genes. Vitamin A is more than just a single nutrient. It’s a broad group of related nutrients each providing us with an array of health benefits. Retinoids are made up of retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and retinyl esters, which can […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Can your DNA and nutrition unlock the fountain of youth?

    Anti-aging and genetics are closely linked and one of the key master regulators is a gene named FOXO3. FOXO3 is named the longevity gene and regulates your stress response and resistance. Aging is happening to us all the time. It happens from normal metabolism, as well as every time you have something to eat. Converting […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    S.A.D. To See The Sun Go?

    With autumn in full swing and the nights closing in rapidly, it won’t be long before the clocks change plunging us all into darkness for the next 6 months. We ask the question “Are you S.A.D. to see the sun go?” – and do the winter months have an effect on your mental and emotional […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Biological Age Vs Chronological Age

    James Brown, Muhdo’s nutrigenetics director, celebrates his birthday today. And what better way to see the day in by writing up a post letting us all know just how young he is… So I’m 41 years young today!! Well, that’s what my chronological age is anyway! The majority of us will be completely unaware we […]

    Categories: Genetics

    Caffeine and stress

    Genes of interest:  ADORA2A rs5751876, CYP1A2 rs762551 Caffeine is a stimulant and as such can help to “perk” you up if you are feeling fatigued or tired. It is often utilised to help with focus before training or learning. Caffeine, like all drugs, affects people in different ways and as such may or may not […]

    Categories: DNA Genetics

    What’s the Crack with Eggs and Cholesterol?

    Unfortunately, the medical dogma of saturated fats and cholesterol being the root of all evil and extremely bad for us is still prevalent. Giving birth to the world of trans fats, such as margarine, which will cause your cells to become stiff, increasing inflammation and accelerating ageing. The cholesterol myth is killing thousands of people […]

    Retinol: The buzz word in skincare, but is it in your diet?

    Skincare is important, but ultimately your skin health and beauty will be affected by your genes. Vitamin A is more than just a single nutrient. It’s a broad group of related nutrients each providing us with an array of health benefits. Retinoids are made up of retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and retinyl esters, which can […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Can your DNA and nutrition unlock the fountain of youth?

    Anti-aging and genetics are closely linked and one of the key master regulators is a gene named FOXO3. FOXO3 is named the longevity gene and regulates your stress response and resistance. Aging is happening to us all the time. It happens from normal metabolism, as well as every time you have something to eat. Converting […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    S.A.D. To See The Sun Go?

    With autumn in full swing and the nights closing in rapidly, it won’t be long before the clocks change plunging us all into darkness for the next 6 months. We ask the question “Are you S.A.D. to see the sun go?” – and do the winter months have an effect on your mental and emotional […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Biological Age Vs Chronological Age

    James Brown, Muhdo’s nutrigenetics director, celebrates his birthday today. And what better way to see the day in by writing up a post letting us all know just how young he is… So I’m 41 years young today!! Well, that’s what my chronological age is anyway! The majority of us will be completely unaware we […]

    Categories: Genetics

    Caffeine and stress

    Genes of interest:  ADORA2A rs5751876, CYP1A2 rs762551 Caffeine is a stimulant and as such can help to “perk” you up if you are feeling fatigued or tired. It is often utilised to help with focus before training or learning. Caffeine, like all drugs, affects people in different ways and as such may or may not […]

    Categories: DNA Genetics

    What’s the Crack with Eggs and Cholesterol?

    Unfortunately, the medical dogma of saturated fats and cholesterol being the root of all evil and extremely bad for us is still prevalent. Giving birth to the world of trans fats, such as margarine, which will cause your cells to become stiff, increasing inflammation and accelerating ageing. The cholesterol myth is killing thousands of people […]

    Retinol: The buzz word in skincare, but is it in your diet?

    Skincare is important, but ultimately your skin health and beauty will be affected by your genes. Vitamin A is more than just a single nutrient. It’s a broad group of related nutrients each providing us with an array of health benefits. Retinoids are made up of retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and retinyl esters, which can […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Can your DNA and nutrition unlock the fountain of youth?

    Anti-aging and genetics are closely linked and one of the key master regulators is a gene named FOXO3. FOXO3 is named the longevity gene and regulates your stress response and resistance. Aging is happening to us all the time. It happens from normal metabolism, as well as every time you have something to eat. Converting […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    S.A.D. To See The Sun Go?

    With autumn in full swing and the nights closing in rapidly, it won’t be long before the clocks change plunging us all into darkness for the next 6 months. We ask the question “Are you S.A.D. to see the sun go?” – and do the winter months have an effect on your mental and emotional […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Biological Age Vs Chronological Age

    James Brown, Muhdo’s nutrigenetics director, celebrates his birthday today. And what better way to see the day in by writing up a post letting us all know just how young he is… So I’m 41 years young today!! Well, that’s what my chronological age is anyway! The majority of us will be completely unaware we […]

    Categories: Genetics

    Caffeine and stress

    Genes of interest:  ADORA2A rs5751876, CYP1A2 rs762551 Caffeine is a stimulant and as such can help to “perk” you up if you are feeling fatigued or tired. It is often utilised to help with focus before training or learning. Caffeine, like all drugs, affects people in different ways and as such may or may not […]

    Categories: DNA Genetics

    What’s the Crack with Eggs and Cholesterol?

    Unfortunately, the medical dogma of saturated fats and cholesterol being the root of all evil and extremely bad for us is still prevalent. Giving birth to the world of trans fats, such as margarine, which will cause your cells to become stiff, increasing inflammation and accelerating ageing. The cholesterol myth is killing thousands of people […]

    Retinol: The buzz word in skincare, but is it in your diet?

    Skincare is important, but ultimately your skin health and beauty will be affected by your genes. Vitamin A is more than just a single nutrient. It’s a broad group of related nutrients each providing us with an array of health benefits. Retinoids are made up of retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and retinyl esters, which can […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Can your DNA and nutrition unlock the fountain of youth?

    Anti-aging and genetics are closely linked and one of the key master regulators is a gene named FOXO3. FOXO3 is named the longevity gene and regulates your stress response and resistance. Aging is happening to us all the time. It happens from normal metabolism, as well as every time you have something to eat. Converting […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    S.A.D. To See The Sun Go?

    With autumn in full swing and the nights closing in rapidly, it won’t be long before the clocks change plunging us all into darkness for the next 6 months. We ask the question “Are you S.A.D. to see the sun go?” – and do the winter months have an effect on your mental and emotional […]

    Categories: Genetics Nutrition

    Biological Age Vs Chronological Age

    James Brown, Muhdo’s nutrigenetics director, celebrates his birthday today. And what better way to see the day in by writing up a post letting us all know just how young he is… So I’m 41 years young today!! Well, that’s what my chronological age is anyway! The majority of us will be completely unaware we […]

    Categories: Genetics

    Caffeine and stress

    Genes of interest:  ADORA2A rs5751876, CYP1A2 rs762551 Caffeine is a stimulant and as such can help to “perk” you up if you are feeling fatigued or tired. It is often utilised to help with focus before training or learning. Caffeine, like all drugs, affects people in different ways and as such may or may not […]

    Categories: DNA Genetics