DNA testing kits have taught us a lot about ourselves in recent years. Companies like 23andMe opened doors of discovery into family history, genetic predispositions, and long-lost heritage. We can find out if we have Viking blood while tracing our genetic make-up.
At the same time, we can learn about risks for cancer, Alzheimer’s and all kinds of personal health issues. This is the main audience for these types of sites. However, there are other companies with a more niche service. Could we see a rise in DNA testing for personal fitness goals?… Continue Reading