A paper published last week in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition calls for changes to policy regulating nutrigenomics research. According to the paper “Coevolution of nutrigenomics and society: ethical considerations” by Michiel Korthals of Wageningen University, nutrigenomics research policy should seek to form “a research partnership with society on the basis of fair representation.” Korthals adds that several “normative concepts” associated with nutrigenomics research policy do not align well “with concepts of food and health of various food styles in Western societies.” Read Korthals’ abstract…

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