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Will enzymes become a part of personalized nutrition?

Enzymes would seem an intuitive fit for personalized nutrition. We know that certain people lack specific enzymes to digest certain foods. We know that digestion is crucial to good nutrition and good nutrition is crucial to good health. Pin down the deficiency and match the enzyme to the issue and benefits, it seems, would abound.

All of this raises the question of whether companies in the category are missing an opportunity or waiting for that opportunity to arrive.

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