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Updated August 2020
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MyDNACoach.com, Jonny Deacon, explores and discusses the most current scientific innovations across the Health and Fitness industry, taking the guesswork out of fitness. Every week, Jonny interviews or reviews a new topic with leading industry professionals in order to build a better understanding of how people can optimize their health and fitness, through leveraging DNA testing, mindset development and expert coaching. Learn more at mydnacoach.com
 
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Jonny speaks some real truth in this podcast, the link to the webinar is below, which has the visuals to go with this podcast. WEBINAR TAKING 100% RESPONSIBILITY Where you are in life right now financially, physically, mentally. It's precisely how you've designed it. You are responsible for where you are at in life right now. Nobody else. - It's no…
 
We catch up with Amy Strong from her previous Episode which you can find on the link below. EPISODE 101 - AMY'S DNA STORY Amy has has an incredible journey with My DNA Coach so far, in this Episode she shares with Steph her wins, her challenges and how she has faced her struggles head on! She is an inspiring women and we are proud to have her in th…
 
We catch up with Barry Doran from his previous Episode which you can find on the link below. EPISODE 104 - BARRY DORAN'S DNA STORY Barry was one of the first to cross the line for his 2nd year at My DNA Coach Academy and is crushing his goals. His journey has inspired many in the My DNA Coach Community and we are so proud of how far he has come, ta…
 
Why being yourself is a myth... An alternative perspective to why people REALLY struggle to look and feel how they REALLY want to. It has nothing to do with diets, workouts, DNA until people address the elephant in the room. And sadly most people don't even know the elephant exists! This is Part 1. Stay with me on this series as I've been researchi…
 
INSOMNIA 101 What is insomnia? The roles of fatigue Lactic Acid as a trigger Leveraging electrolytes How can we improve it? CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT MY DNA COACH ACADEMY LINKS: Jonny's Instagram Jonny's Youtube Disclaimer as always. The outcome is to discuss my thoughts on this subject. I don't claim to be an expert and for anxiety, depression …
 
WATCH THE VIDEO What is inflammation? How does it relate to your genetics? What are the major genes to look for from your reports? How can we lower levels of inflammation through cold exposure such as cryotherapy? RESEARCH/ LINKS https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352396415300815 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4023559…
 
VASODILATION 101 What is Vasodilation? Why is it important? How can we improve it? Vasodilation is the process by which the blood vessels in the body relax and widen, allowing for greater blood flow. One of the main triggers of vasodilation is nitric oxide. Therefore, anything that increases nitric oxide production in the body will also increase va…
 
WATCH THE PODCAST VIDEO BUY THE SELFISH GENE Hello and welcome to My DNA Coach’s Podcast. I’m Jonny Deacon and this week on the show I’m going to be sharing 5 Key Takeaways from 'The Selfish Gene’ by Richard Dawkins. This book is one of many that make up the core reading in our Health and Fitness Academy at My DNA Coach where we use DNA testing to …
 
Following on from our last Episode, Episode 156 where we give you the 101 on estrogen. We are here to now speak about...Testosterone. What is Testosterone? Testosterone is a hormone: predominantly we think of testosterone in regards to men only, but women and men both have testosterone. It is a really important hormone. Some questions which will be…
 
What is Estrogen? Estrogen is a feminising hormone that both men and women have in the body (women just have more of). Estrogen is made out of testosterone and is important to maintaining healthy bones, skin, nails and cardiovascular health. It is an extremely important hormone to have but like anything, if we have to much it begins to be problemat…
 
BUY THE SPORTS GENE CLICK TO WATCH THE VIDEO Hello and welcome to My DNA Coach’s Book Review of the week. I’m Jonny Deacon and this week on the show I’m going to be sharing 3 Key Takeaways from 'The Sports Gene’ by David Epstein. This book is one of many that make up the core reading in our Health and Fitness Academy at My DNA Coach where we use DN…
 
Click to watch the video Tony has been one of my greatest influences and he taught me to challenge everything. Even him. A not so conventional look at the Big guy. If your someone that thinking about a Tony Robbins event then this is an episode for you. CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT MY DNA COACH ACADEMY LINKS: Jonny's Instagram Jonny's Youtube…
 
BUY SAPIENS CLICK TO WATCH THE VIDEO Hello and welcome to My DNA Coach’s Book Review of the week. I’m Jonny Deacon and this week on the show I’m going to be sharing 1 Key Takeaways from "Sapiens" by Yuval Noah Harari. This book is one of many that make up the core reading in our Health and Fitness Academy at My DNA Coach where we use DNA testing to…
 
Click to watch the video. This book is one of many that make up the core reading in our Health and Fitness Academy at My DNA Coach where we use DNA testing to build bespoke Health & Fitness Programs based on our clients genetics. But before any of that is useful first our clients must map their MINDSET too. In this video I will explain why most peo…
 
You can watch this podcast here. As part of our brand new schema violation series on YouTube we uncover the truth around caffeine metabolism in relation to genetic predispositions from an evidence first approach. Are you a fast or slow metaboliser of caffeine? You'll never know until you do a genetic test. MY DNA COACH ACADEMY More about what we do…
 
This week on the show I’m going to be sharing 7 Key Takeaways from what I learned from "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg. This book is one of many that make up the core reading in our Health and Fitness Academy at My DNA Coach where we use DNA testing to build bespoke Health & Fitness Programs based on our clients genetics. But before any of t…
 
You can watch this podcast as a video here: http://wi.st/2G3kSAy Hello and welcome to My DNA Coach’s Book Review of the week. I’m Jonny Deacon and this week on the show I’m going to be sharing 3 Key Takeaways from what I learned from "Start with WHY" by Simon Sinek. This book is one of many that make up the core reading in our Health and Fitness Ac…
 
Part 2, following on from Ep 147 with the incredibly inspirational human, Mark Ormrod. We follow up with Mark Ormrod from Episode 10 on the My DNA Coach podcast. Mark has overcome challenges that most will never experience, and shares his story amongst some incredible coaching pointers for anyone wanting to get focused and level up their lives. Top…
 
If your ready to take the next step, here is the link to find out more about how you can reset your health and fitness. http://www.mydnacoach.com/lp If your a visual person and would like to watch this podcast I recently recorded a similar video to family members and friends after getting an overwhelming volume of emails and messages about challeng…
 
Part 1 of a 2 part series with the incredibly inspirational human, Mark Ormrod. We follow up with Mark Ormrod from Episode 10 on the My DNA Coach podcast. Mark has overcome challenges that most will never experience, and shares his story amongst some incredible coaching pointers for anyone wanting to get focused and level up their lives. Topics: In…
 
James Kearsley, 23 years old, sponsored athlete with Optimum Nutrition from Tasmania, Australia. We follow up with James from episode 25 to speak about life beyond cancer and his amazing opportunities ahead. Topics Covered in this Episode: Life beyond Cancer. Sponsorship with ON Australia The misconceptions of social media. Resources and Links: Jam…
 
Dr Shona Halson is the Senior Recovery Physiologist at the ?Australian Institute of Sport and an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. Her work involves providing athletes with advice and assistance to minimise fatigue and maximise recovery, she is responsible for conducting applied research to evaluate…
 
Phil Graham is the author of The Diabetic Muscle & Fitness Guide. Phil, a type 1 diabetic since his teenage years, has established himself as a highly respected competitive bodybuilder, performance nutritionist and personal trainer within the UK and Ireland Health and Fitness Industry. Phil prides himself on delivering intelligent holistic health, …
 
The next gene in our series of articles taking a closer look at those that make up the My DNA Coach reports is IL6R. This gene is closely related to IL6, which we discussed a in episode 95, as it encodes for Interleukin-6 receptor, which is what IL6 binds to – influencing the action of IL6 within the body. There are two different alleles associated…
 
This week we look at two genes that form part of our antioxidant needs section of the our nutrition reports, called CAT and GPX1. The gene that carries the most weight in this section is SOD2, which we have looked at previously in this series. If you can’t remember that far back, SOD2 is an antioxidant enzyme, and small changes in the SOD2 gene can…
 
Chris and Eric Martinez are the founders of Dynamic Duo Training. The twin brothers have the knowledge, the credibility, the passion, the “in the trenches” experience training themselves and clients, and have been mentored under some of the most prestigious coaches in the industry such as Layne Norton, Eric Helms, and Dr. Joe Klemczewski. Chris and…
 
This week to turn our attention to PPARGC1A, or as we call it at My DNA Coach, “the one with the long name”. This gene encodes for a protein called peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma coactivator 1-alpha (PGC-1a), which causes some of the positive changes that occur in our body following exercise. One of the ways that exercise can lead…
 
This week we turn our attention to FABP2, a gene that appears in both the carbohydrate and saturated fat parts of our reports. This gene creates a protein called Fatty Acid Binding Protein-2, which is found in our small intestines. FABP2 binds to the various different fatty acids, and allows them to be absorbed into the body. The single nucleotide …
 
Jeff is a WNBF Pro Drug-Free Bodybuilder and internationally qualified IPF/CPU Powerlifter in the 74 kg class. He earned the title of Mr. Junior Canada for natural bodybuilding in 2012 under the guidance of Dr. Layne Norton. Prior to earning the Canadian national title, Jeff was a two-time Mr. Junior Newfoundland title-holder for 2009 and 2010. As …
 
Dr. Israetel earned his PhD in Sport Physiology at East Tennessee State University, where he also served as a strength coach and sport scientist to Division I Athletes. Mike’s educational background complements his experiences as a competitive powerlifter , grappler and bodybuilder. Michael is currently an Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at…
 
The next gene in our “DNA Focus” series to get put under the spotlight is TRHR. This gene encodes for the thyrotropin-releasing hormone receptor, which is a receptor for a hormone called thyrotropic-releasing hormone (TRH), which is released from the hypothalamus. When TRH binds to TRHR, it causes a number of different cellular signals to occur, wh…
 
Chad is currently pursuing post-graduate research in Molecular Oncology. He is in the process of writing a review paper on ketogenic diets and cancer, along with Brad Dieter and Tim Sharpe. Chad has spent over 19 years conducting research and developing protocols in cellular and molecular physiology. He is an adjunct faculty member at the Universit…
 
Luis is the found of Ketogains, an online community that works to help people achieve their body composition and performance goals through a well-formulated ketogenic diet. They have a respected reputation due to their evidence-based thinking and non-dogmatic approach to nutrition. Luis has been personally using a ketogenic diet for ~ 15 years, whi…
 
This episode explores TNF, which creates tumor necrosis factor. TNF is a pro-inflammatory cytokine - higher levels of TNF are associated with higher levels of inflammation, which can have an impact on various health risks, as well as our ability to recover from exercise. Higher levels of TNF following exercise are associated with higher levels of C…
 
Ian Dunican is currently undertaking PhD research at University of Western Australia (UWA) and Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) investigating, among other things, the impact of evening use of electronic devices on sleep and next day athletic performance, the effects of jet lag and transmeridian travel on athletic performance, and the prevalence …
 
This week we look in depth at NRF-2, a gene that appears in our power-endurance panel. This gene creates nuclear respiratory factor 2, which plays a role in allowing some of the improvements that happen following endurance training, including increases in the number of mitochondria we have, a process called mitochondrial biogenesis. NRF2 Genotype E…
 
This week we are investigating ADRB3, a gene which appears in our fat sensitivity panel. This gene encodes for beta-3-adrenergic receptors, which are located mainly is fat tissue. They play a role in breaking down fat for use as energy, and a small change in this gene, known as a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), is thought to determine how wel…
 
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This week, we turn our attention in this to AGT, a gene that appears in both our fitness and diet reports. This gene plays a role in how well we respond to power-based training, and so appears in our power-endurance profile, and also plays a role in blood pressure control, and hence appears in our salt sensitivity section. AGT is similar to ACE, a …
 
Our attention this week is on another gene that is found as part of our algorithm at My DNA Coach, which has been shown to enhance response to a resistance training programme. BDKRB2 Genotype Effect TT Contributes to a positive response to endurance training, especially with regards to muscle efficiency. CT A more moderate form of TT – contributes …
 
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ DOWNLOAD PART 2 OF THIS SERIES BY CLICKING HERE +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ In this Episode: Beneficial vs. pathogenic bacteria Bacterial diversity as a marker of good gut microbiome composition Prebiotic fibre, fermentation and production of butyrate and other short-chain fatty acids Are …
 
In this week's edition of our blog, we look at PPARA, a gene that affects how well we can respond to different types of training, and as a result appears in our power-endurance algorithm. PPARA creates peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha, a protein which activates other genes, as well as being a regulator of fatty acid oxidation during…
 
The next gene to be subject to our attention in this column is COL1A1, a gene that can play a role in determining your injury risk. COL1A1 encodes for Type-I collagen, which is one of the main constituents of collagen, a structural component found in ligaments and tendons. COL1A1 Genotype Comments TT No reported associate with increased risk of lig…
 
Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. He works with a variety of people including professional and recreational tennis players, triathletes, and cyclists, as well as recreational gym goers and sedentary individuals at TriFit in Santa Monica, California He also teaches college sports nutrition …
 
Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. He works with a variety of people including professional and recreational tennis players, triathletes, and cyclists, as well as recreational gym goers and sedentary individuals at TriFit in Santa Monica, California He also teaches college sports nutrition …
 
Jeff Rothschild is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. He works with a variety of people including professional and recreational tennis players, triathletes, and cyclists, as well as recreational gym goers and sedentary individuals at TriFit in Santa Monica, California He also teaches college sports nutrition …
 
Apply for My DNA Coach's Academy by clicking here - This week we look at ADH1C. If you’ve ever heard that a glass of red wine per day is good for your heart, this is truer for some people than others based on their genetics. Studies Referenced in the Episode: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9285651 http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM19971…
 
Apply for My DNA Coach's Academy by clicking here - This week we look at PPARG, a gene that appears in both our carbohydrate and fat sensitivity panels within our diet report. This gene creates a protein known as peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma, which plays a role in the formation of fat cells, as well as the use of fats and carboh…
 
Apply for My DNA Coach's Academy by clicking here - Dr. Dominic D’Agostino is an Associate Professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. He is also a Research Scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC). The primary focus of his laboratory i…
 
Apply for My DNA Coach's Academy by clicking here - This week, we turn our attention not to a single gene, but two that play a role in determining our requirements of cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, and everyone’s favorite, Brussels sprouts. These foods contain plenty of compounds that are beneficial for …
 
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