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A universal diet does not exist − genetics

Laboratory mouse

Scientists believe that the body responds to a particular type of food differently because of genetic characteristics.

Experts from the University of Texas A&M came to the conclusion that the performance of a particular diet depends on the genetics of a particular person. The work of scientists published in the journal Genetics.

During the study, artificially bred lines of mice with four different genetic types have received the four most common types of human power: “Western” (rich in fat and refined carbohydrate), ketogenic (high fat, protein and low − carbs), Mediterranean (grain and red wine extract), Japanese (rice and green tea extract) .

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