DNA, Food, Health - our age
Link and unravel the connections between our DNA, the food we eat, and our health, wellness and longevity. What could the future look like if we understood our DNA at birth; the impact foods have on our bodies and our DNA; and whether we tailor our lifestyles accordingly. Can we eat ourselves well into old age?
Join Dr. Natalie Luscombe-Marsh (The University of Adelaide and NHMRC Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Nutritional Physiology Interventions and Outcomes), Dr. Nicholas Archer (CSIRO) and Professor Michael Fenech (Flinders University and Leaders of the Micronutrients Genomics Project) to find out.
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