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A simple mouth swab is all that is needed to start exploring the world of your DNA, looking at ancestry, fitness, nutrition and more.
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Living DNA Apr 5
Sign up today to our 7 day FREE email course, learn how DNA is relevant to you, how DNA testing works and how to know which test is best to take. Visit to sign up now.
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Living DNA Apr 1
You may have recently received an email from us about your new updated map colors. We love that you are all checking this out in your portal! Because of this, we are experiencing super high traffic to our site, so exploring your portal may take slightly longer than usual!
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Living DNA Mar 23
Within genealogy, the terms haplogroups is regularly used. Our latest blog posts explores what a haplogroup is and answers some of the most frequent questions surrounding them. Read our post below:
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Living DNA Mar 20
We’ve recently made a change to how your name will display to your matches. If you haven’t set a display name, your matches will now your initials on their list. Read more here:
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Living DNA Mar 19
Have you already done a test through 23andMe, Ancestry or MyHeritage? You can upload your data to for FREE and receive your global ancestry and free access to our family networks service. Ihttps://livingdna.com/uk/free-dna-upload?geom=l
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Living DNA Mar 18
Our latest blog post shows how to find out if you have Iberian ancestry. Click on the link below to read!
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Living DNA Mar 14
Over 60% of our members have Irish ancestry. Find out if you have Irish ancestry today with our Living DNA full ancestry kit. Now on sale for St Patrick’s Day.
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Living DNA Mar 13
Do you have questions about your results? Visit our support center where you can find lots of useful articles, including information on how to make the most of your results, and information on our panel updates.
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Living DNA Mar 11
Have you seen our blog about Irish ancestry? We explore just how taking a DNA kit can expose any Irish results in your family history and what key Haplogroups are linked to Irish ancestry - . We're now offering up to 20% off in our sale.
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Living DNA Mar 10
Before you take your swab, remember to activate your kit. Follow our step-by-step guide in the support center article below
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Living DNA Mar 10
Replying to @Bexie73
Hi , please email help@livingdna.com, our team will be more than happy to investigate this further for you!
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Living DNA Mar 7
Remember to switch between the account profiles if you have multiple tests within your account. To do this, simply follow the guide below:
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Living DNA Mar 5
Check out the link below for a full list of all 150 regions we cover in the full ancestry experience. Users with the starter kit or anyone that has uploaded their , can upgrade to the full ancestry experience at any time!
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Living DNA Mar 5
Replying to @munozdelbosque
Hi Julio, please email help@livingdna.com and one of our customer service team will be happy to help with this.
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Living DNA Mar 4
Have you uploaded your to from another company? You can now purchase the recent ancestry , allowing you to uncover 500-1,000 years of where you ancestry comes from, for more information visit
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Living DNA Mar 3
Our African ancestry product update is now LIVE! We can now break down Africa into 72 region, this is 5 times more detail than any other test on the market! If you would like to know more information about this update, check out our latest post:
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Living DNA Mar 2
Due to the exciting launch of our recent panel updates, our customer support team are a little busier than usual. We aim to reply to your query within 10 working days. Thank you for your patience and continued support as always.
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Living DNA Feb 23
Replying to @GMSmith79
Hi Graham, we have just released a European and African ancestry which is really exciting. This means that updates can be regularly rolled out now to all users :)
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Living DNA Feb 23
Replying to @SendelaMore1
Hi Sean, 6.5% is a lower percentage but we say anything below 5% is something known as noise which means that it is likely so far in the past that it is hard to trace so the 6.5% is likely something in your ancestry from further back.
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Living DNA Feb 23
Our unrivalled breakdown within the British Isles includes 21 geographical sub-regions and uses historical context to bring your ancestry to life. Explore our full kit today and receive up to 20% off in our worldwide promotion!
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