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...
While our understanding of the human microbiome is still in its very early stages, it has come very far in the last 10 years. New work elucidating the changing nature of gut flora from birth to childhood and throughout life reveals stages and...
Yes, but slowly, and with lots of caveats, say experts.
Research strengthens support for staying slim with a Mediterranean-type diet.
“It’s far more important to know what person the disease has than what disease the person has.”
A polyphenol found in green tea has been linked to improved cognitive scores in young adults with Down syndrome.
Quantified diagnostics thrill consumers. FDA, not so much.
Personalized nutrition for the masses is as much about computer science as nutritional science.
Even a tiny zinc deficiency can cause digestive trouble, according to new animal research.