Nutrigenomics could lead to diet plans based on DNA

Advances in nutrigenomics could soon lead to a DNA test that helps nutrition experts create individualized diet plans based on a person's genetic makeup, according to this article. Foods and lifestyle behaviors can affect how genes work, and registered dietitian Jill Castle says that nutrigenomics could be "the future of nutrition and possibly the future of disease management."

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