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Genetics could make personalized nutrition common, but challenges remain

Keeping up with the science in personalized nutrition may too much for many practitioners.

Nobody ever said the march from nucleotides to nutrition was going to be short. Or steady. Or in a path that could be described as even remotely straight.

For the practitioner, that path to nutrigenomics and detailed nutrition plans based on genetics may get more twisted, narrow, and more difficult to follow before it ever gets mapped out in actionable detail.

Jessica Pizano, a certified nutrition specialist (CNS) teaching other nutrition professionals about the basics of nutr

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