April 2008 Issue
Diet May Turn Cancer and Other Genes On/Off
Q.Can my diet affect the genes that trigger cancer?
A. Most likely, yes. In essence, what you eat may be able to “turn on” or “turn off” genes, triggering detrimental or protective effects. It’s referred to as "epigenetic modification."
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