Your DNA Report

Imagine your body came with a manual…
Now it does!

Why do a genetic test?
As humans, you have between 20,000 and 25,000 genes. Most genes are the same in all of us, but there will be differences in less than 1% of them, which is what makes you unique. The science of genetics is helping us to understand what these small differences mean. You’re probably comfortable with the idea that your genes define your external characteristics – eye colour, height, hair colour the size of your nose. A genetic test reveals how genetics have defined your inner workings – how you metabolise food groups, which micronutrients your body efficiently absorbs and which ones it doesn’t, also your capacity for endurance, speed and strength. We reveal over eighty biogenetic markers that define your body makeup as it relates to health and fitness. That’s why genetic testing is becoming increasingly popular and useful.

Your DNA is the same from day 1
There is no age limit, Muhdo DNA tests are available to all ages from babies to adults, your DNA doesn’t change. All we need is a Saliva sample to test. A DNA test is great gift to help understand your body and inner workings. Your manual for life.

The Muhdo kit can help at every stage of life from pregnancy, infancy, adolescence, adulthood and old age. We cover an extensive range of areas including biological age, stress, hypertension and inflammation. Rather than just offering a one-off DNA snapshot for ancestry or baseline health, we encourage positive, lasting lifestyle changes through constant measurement.

We report on the following areas

    Your report includes details on:
    • Muscle Power
    • Muscle Stamina
    • O2 Usage
    • Anaerobic Threshold
    • Recovery
    • Muscle Mass
    • Injury Risk
    • Inflammation
    • Lean Body Mass
    • Power to Weight
    • Exercise Affect on Weight

  • DIET
    Your report includes details on:
    • Carbs
    • Saturated Fats
    • Unsaturated Fats
    • Protein
    • Sugar Response
    • Sweet Taste
    • Bitter Taste
    • Likelihood to Snack
    • Metabolic Rate
    • Fat Distribution
    • Yo/Yo Diet Response
    • Lactose Intolerance Risk

    Your report includes details on: 
    • Vitamin D
    • Vitamin A
    • Iron
    • Magnesium
    • Potassium
    • Sodium
    • Vitamin B6
    • Vitamin B12
    • Folate
    • Omega-3
    • Calcium
    • BCAA’s
    • Choline
    • Glutamine
    • Creatine
    • Beta-Alanine
    • Arginine (For Increased Vasodilation)

    Your report includes details on: 
    • Caffeine Sensitivity
    • Genetic Bone Mineral Density
    • Genetic Obesity Risk
    • Genetic Type 2 Diabetes Risk
    • Genetic Hypertension Risk
    • Genetic Infection Risk (colds/flu)
    Your report includes details on: 
    • Warrior Vs Worrier

    Your report includes details on: 
    • Anti-Ageing
      Learn how your genetics affect your age, bones and skin and gain the secrets on how to stay youthful.

    • Addiction
      Certain traits link us to a likelihood of addictive behaviours. Understand how you respond and how you can control your urges.

    • Injury Prevention
      No one likes injuries, understand if you are at risk and stop them before they even occur.


    • Sleep Management
      Getting a good night sleep is vital to your health but are you a night owl? Do you struggle with waking up? The answer is in your genes.

    • Heart Health
      Keep ahead of the beat and keep your heart healthy by understanding your genes.

    • Skin Health
      The biggest organ in the body deserves some love, find out how your genes can change your skin.

    • Gut Health
      Your gut affects our overall health. Understand how your genes are affecting your gut so you can change how your gut affects you.

    • Stress Management
      Understand the reasons why you respond to stress the way you do, help control your anxiety and get the low down on how genes affect your psyche.

    • Mental Health
      Keeping your body healthy is one thing, but keeping a sharp mind is vital to everyday quality of life.

    • Eye Health
      Our eyes are precious and change over time as we age. Our genes play a role in this process.