The science of nutrition is pivotal to the success of supplements, with the accepted truth holding that the best innovation comes out of the world of test tubes, beakers and blood draws.
But it could be another kind of science that holds the brightest future for nutrition.
Computer science, some say, is the next frontier.
So much of the talk about personalized nutrition has focused on those beakers and test tubes. The promise of genetics matched against nutrient needs
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