No matter what your motivations are for wanting to learn more about your families history, taking a DNA test can be a fascinating and exciting experience. The technology that exists today is remarkably accurate and you could find out some fascinating things about your family’s background.
1. You may not know your ethnic background
You may think you do, but do you really know for sure? You may think that your family is originally from England or Germany, only for the results to come in and tell a very different story. With DNA testing proven to be accurate and so readily available there is nothing holding you back from finding out everything you ever want to know about your family history.
Your DNA will tell a story that is over a 1,000 years old and may really surprise you. Learning your ethnicity may not have a huge effect on your day to day life, although you may find that you feel a little more connected to the past and you may even look into exploring your ethnic roots.
2. The results come back very quickly
You could learn so much about yourself in just 8 short weeks. The best part is that as soon as you send off your DNA sample for testing, all you have to do is sit back and wait for the package to arrive with all of your information.
Don’t worry about analyzing the results. We make sure that the information is presented to you in an easy to understand way so that at a glance you are able to learn more about your family’s heritage than any other generation before you.
3. Leaving a Legacy
As you will probably be the first in your family to take the DNA test, you will have information to pass onto the next generation. You will be able to tell your children all about their rich heritage and teach them everything that you didn’t know about your own family background.
This can be a great way to open young minds to the world of science and the many great things that can be achieved through the joint efforts of the scientific community. You never know, this may give them the idea that they want to enter the field of science too.
4. Use science to learn more about yourself
Now is the first time in history that this technology exists. You should absolutely take advantage of this to understand your place in the world. You can even use the information that you discover from the results to try to piece together your family tree. This genetic test could be the spark that starts a new hobby.
5. Surprise yourself
I bet you didn’t think it was possible that you could be surprised by who you are. After all, you’ve known yourself your whole life. Your DNA is able to provide you with information that is ironclad, leaving no room for movement. Your results may shock you as you find out that your family originated in another part of the world from where you thought.
6. Don’t be left in the dark
DNA testing is becoming very popular. With so many people learning all about themselves and their family history, you don’t want to be left out in the cold. So join in the conversation and start telling everyone something fascinating about yourself. After all, it’s not every day that you find out information about your family dating back a millennium is it?