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Gene Food
The GeneFood Podcast
While the nutrition wars rage on, an emerging body of science is teaching us that there is no one size fits all when it comes to food. The Gene Food podcast gives you a front row seat to the latest developments in the personalized health revolution.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 50 ratings
One of favorites
As another reviewer posted, I do wish they would release on a more frequent schedule. The science is great and the guests are very interesting.
Eric at UCF via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/19/21
Bad Math
Game Changers review. You seem to have a problem understanding grams. Several times you mentioned the China Study group was not vegan, that they ate 9 grams of animal product per day on average. I’m not a scientist but for all practical purposes for someone in the western world that pretty much ...Read full review »
Richard Owasso via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/21/20
Balanced
This is the only podcast I’ve found that walks a diplomatic line between the paleo and vegan worlds. Like the heart health shows in particular.
cholesteroltruth33 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/11/20
Recent Episodes
In today’s episode, we discuss how to find high quality omega 3 supplements in light of research which shows that many fish oil products contain oxidized fats, label inaccuracies, and even saturated fats. Other topics include a new crackdown on beef recipes and the surprising problems with the...
Published 06/03/21
Many of us had that “occasional” cocktail with a little more frequency during the past year. There is no doubt that alcohol is fun, but is it healthy? It's unlikely that alcohol carries many tangible health benefits, but as with most things, the dose makes the poison. Is a nightly glass of wine...
Published 05/13/21
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