The personalized nutrition toolkit is clearly here. Technological advances in DNA and less expensive blood work tell us what nutrients our bodies need. Scientific advances tell us how to best deliver those nutrients to our bodies.
How the supplement industry will use that tool kit, however, has long been in question. Many companies offer different notions of what constitutes personalization, and some of it is not particularly tailored to one individual versus another.
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