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Future Nutrient-Disease Studies Should Examine Role Of Genetics, IoM Says

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Research on the interplay between genes and nutrition could lead to better understanding and testing of nutrient-disease relationships for chronic conditions, the Institute of Medicine suggests in a new report

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