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From the history of epigenetics, to the science, to the political repercussions - it's all right here.
In all honesty, the amount of fat you have is largely determined not by training, but by diet.
If you have a family history of diabetes, does strength training affect you differently? A new study suggests, "No."
Every little bite of food can alter gene expression and affect health. How can we make this work for us?
Epigenetics is all about how genes are expressed in the body. We can use this to create a training program based on body structure and epigenetic demands.
The area of nutrigenetics is fairly new and this article will give you a general idea of how the study of genetics and nutrition has come together, and how that affects the everyday person.
Although genetics certainly aren't the only factor in athleticism, they do play a role. A new study has identified one gene in particular that makes a big difference in athletic performance.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: longevity, mental toughness, yoga, CrossFit, core training, and more!
You know you have the genes your parents gave you, but do you know behavior can change how those genes "express" themselves? A good diet can change your genes and keep you healthier.