No one-fits-all healthy diet exists

Search on for genes to explain why weight, cholesterol, insulin vary in mice on same food plan

ketogenic meal

EATING RIGHT  Different genetic strains of mice had varying reactions to eating a ketogenic diet (example of foods shown), a high-fat, low-carb diet. The results back up recent evidence that people’s responses to foods may differ widely.

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