This website is all about how your genes make a difference in your body's response to dietary choices. Some people are awesome at breaking down dietary carbohydrates; others are champs at converting carrots into vitamin A.
But a recent study pointed out not only an interaction between genes and diet - but an interesting way that genetics may influence the type of diet that we choose.
The study looked at the interaction between a genetic variant in the angiotensin II gene and dietary choi...
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Genetic variants only give you part of the picture -- your lifestyle, diet, gut microbes, and environment all interact with your genes.
Research on genetics is fairly new and ever changing. Articles all contain links to references, and you are encouraged to read through the research.
* Genetic variants are all listed in the plus or forward orientation to match with 23andMe or AncestryDNA data.
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