Muscle Maintenance

Remain active, healthy, and energetic as you age by maintaining your muscle mass and strength.

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The gradual loss of muscle mass is an inevitable part of the ageing process - however there is action you can take to slow this process and retain the health and performance benefits of lean muscle as you age.

Unlock your personal DNA to identify any possible causes of muscle degeneration - including muscle fibre type and hormone activity - and discover personalized recommendations to counteract their effects.

Insights

Understand the specific ways in which your DNA and lifestyle impact your muscle type, maintenance, and growth with personalized insights.

Recommendations

Maintain muscle size and strength as you age with personalized exercise, nutrition and lifestyle recommendations.

Risk of sleep disturbance

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

sleep and weight gain risk

Leptin is a hormone released by fat cells that reduces appetite. Poor sensitivity to leptin can lead to overeating, accumulation of fat, and weight gain.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

sleep/wake cycle

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Muscle Maintenance Traits

muscle hypertrophy (mTOR)
Muscle growth (IGF-1)
Muscle Performance (ACTN3)
muscle damage (tNF-α)

"I took the FitnessGenes DNA test over 5 years ago. This insight into what my body responds to best has shaped my training and informed diet ever since.

To have some scientific basis for informing choices is incredibly powerful.  I am in my late 40's and in much better shape than in my 30's, simply due to the advantage this knowledge has given me.  Everyone should have this information on how their body works - it's worth 100x the price they charge for it!"


Tony, Dubai
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