According to conventional wisdom, healthy eating means keeping your intake of saturated fats, salt, and sugar at a low level and eating enough vegetables, fruits and whole grains, correct? Generally, the answer is “yes”. But a branch of science called nutrigenomics tell us that genes sometimes influence how our bodies interact with certain nutrients, suggesting that tweaking our diet more precisely will do a better job of reducing the risk of disease.
Vicente de Pablos es Licenciado y Doctor en Veterinaria y Licenciado en Ciencia y Tecnología de los Alimentos.
Profesional especializado en el ámbito de la Seguridad Alimentaria y la Salud Pública