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What’s in your love manual?

Recently, Instant Chemistry released our love manual which accompanies a client’s genetic and psychological results.  It’s a really in-depth booklet, meant to turn your DNA result into a meaningful and useful tool to strengthen your relationship and help it grow.  But what does it include?  Here we show you what to expect when you receive your very own love manual.

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How to Apply Your Compatibility Test Results to Your Life

Congratulations! You’ve taken your first Instant Chemistry compatibility test. Trying to digest what everything means? We’ve written a guide for you to better understand what your test results say about you and your relationship.

Let’s jump in.

Your Results

Your personal results will give you two pieces of genetic information and a psychological assessment. As a couple, you will both receive a compatibility score too.

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Spit Test

How to Use Your Home DNA Test

When you were a kid, did you ever have spitting competitions? I know I did. I wanted to spit just like they did in the movies or in the dugout of the major leagues. I knew though, I would get a serious scolding if my mom caught me. It’s bad manners to spit.

But now I have a good excuse to do just that and it’s in the name of DNA. A home DNA test can sound intimidating but it’s as easy as fulfilling that childhood dream of spitting like you belong in the major leagues.  Let me explain how it works.

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Relationship compatibility

Discover Relationship Compatibility through Your Genes

It is well known that genes are an important part of who we are, but did you know that genes also play an important role in our relationships?

We know that genes influence our behaviour and in fact, a whole area of science is dedicated to understanding this – behavioural genetics. But perhaps less well known, is that genes also affect how we look for a relationship and how compatible we are with that person.
 

The Sweaty T-Shirt Study

About 20 years ago, a ground-breaking research study was conducted out of Bern University, Switzerland by Professor Claus Wedekind.  Today it is fondly referred to as the “sweaty T-shirt study”.

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