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Can You Trust Your Gut for Food Advice?

August 2019
--- Personalized nutrition is hot. Optimizing nutrition via individualized and pooled genetic data will revolutionize how consumers eat. But can we personalize nutrition based on an individual’s gut microbiota composition?
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