Kathleen P. Mullinix

From your morning coffee to the glass of wine you might have with dinner, it is true that the food you consume does impact the functioning of your genes. While it is widely accepted that genes influence whether we have blue eyes or brown hair, there is now a growing understanding that genes are responsible for our health, and that DNA plays a dynamic role in our daily lives.

Through the use of powerful nutrigenomics technologies that discover how genes which govern specific health states are affe…

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