New study indicates that nutrition based on one’s own metabolism makes people healthier

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For the first time, there is scientific evidence that a personalized diet based on a person’s metabolic profile leads to better health. This conclusion follows years of research in a large-scale public-private partnership within TiFN, Maastricht UMC+ (MUMC+) and Wageningen University & Research (WUR), where they joined forces with various knowledge institutes and companies in the food industry under the leadership of Professor of Human Biology Ellen Blaak (MUMC+). At Wageningen University & Research, Lydia Afman, associate professor at Human Nutrition and Health, was responsible for the study. The results were recently published in Cell Metabolism.

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