UK Study Will 'Challenge' Nutrigenomics' Claim That Food Conspires With Genes to Raise Disease Risk | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A UK research team plans to study nutrigenomics to determine whether its claims that certain food interacts with genes to increase the risk of certain diseases are accurate.
 
The ESRC Center for Genomics in Society at the University of Exeter said it plans to “challenge” corporate and government assertions “that we should alter out diets in accordance with our genetic makeup.”
 

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