Researchers have found that there are many genetic differences that make enzymes less efficient than normal people, and often simple supplementation with vitamins can restore some of these deficient enzymes to full operation.
As the cost of sequencing a human genome drops rapidly, with a company to predict a price of $ 100 per person for five years, soon the only reason not to look at your “personal genome” will be fear the bad news lies. in their genes
University of California, Berkeley, scientists, however, have found a reason welcome to delve into your genetic heritage: to find genetic slight defects that can be corrected with simple remedies such as vitamin or mineral supplements. Read more