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Speaking of Wellness: A Diet Tailored to Your Own Particular Biology

By John Swartzberg, M.D., Chair, Wellness Letter Editorial Board

Imagine being able to hit a perfect dietary bullseye—learning exactly what foods you in particular should eat, and in what proportions and at what time of day, both to promote the best health possible and to prevent disease down the line. The approach is called precision nutrition, and researchers are on the case. The National […]

Originally published: April 2022

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