USA: Health foods - diet-by-genes isn't here yet - COMMENT (Members)
Interest is rising in nutrigenomics - linking an individual's diet to their genetic predispositions. The end result could be dietary supplements, functional and medical foods that are customized to an individual's genetic code for optimal health. But while the technology is certainly exciting, it isn't something to get too keen about just yet. The tests are still far too expensive for most people to use, and it isn't certain that they will work properly.
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