DNA test to determine the type of diet

A team of Us researchers has discovered the possibility of following a specific diet according to changes in certain obesity-related ...


 DNA test to determine the type of diet



A team of Us researchers has discovered the possibility of following a specific diet according to changes in certain obesity-related genes.

Scientists were able to identify poor aspects of fat that lack sugars after testing them on 138 women.

Those who had been following the two sides were found to be two to three times less weight than others.

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