Future Nutrient-Disease Studies Should Examine Role Of Genetics, IoM Says
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
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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