DNA Designer Diets, What the Science Says

February 11, 2021 by
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If there is one single advancement in science that has had the most profound impact on our understanding of human health, it has to be the sequencing of the human genome that was completed in 2003.

It provides a veritable treasure trove of health data that helps us understand what markers predict certain diseases and conditions and has revolutionized medicine and human research.

Not surprisingly, there has been an increased interest in nutrigenomics, which is defined as the integration of genomic science with nutrition and when possible, other lifestyle factors such as cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption. 

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