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Nutrigenomics

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Ever since the human genome was mapped, scientists have been using that information to learn more about health and disease. One new field to emerge from the Human Genome Project is nutritional genomics. In this hour, we'll talk about nutrigenomics — how the degree to which diet influences health depends on your unique genetic makeup.

Guests:

Jim Kaput
*Senior molecular biologist, Center of Excellence for Nutritional Genomics, University of California at Davis, Davis, Calif.
*Founder, president, chief scientific officer, NutraGenomics, Chicago, Ill.

Raymond Rodriquez
*Professor of Molecular & Cellular Biology, Director of the Center of Excellence for Nutritional Genomics, University of California at Davis, Davis, Calif.

Marion Nestle
*Author, Food Politics (University of California Press, 2002) and Safe Food (University of California Press, 2003)
*Professor and chair, Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, New York University, New York, NY

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