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Personalized nutrition should continue to grow in 2017


Personalized nutrition should continue to grow in 2017
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As such technologies as individual fitness trackers, DNA testing and calorie counting apps continue to evolve, and consumers learn more about how different foods and the ingredients they contain may make them feel, the trend toward personalized

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