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More evidence that no best diet exists: A study of 1,100 people shows how everyone responds differently to common foods

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  • A new study followed 1,100 people for two weeks in the US and the UK, and found that no two people's bodies responded exactly the same way to common foods.
  • Lead researcher Tim Spector said a good general rule is still to eat a variety of plants, including nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables, while incorporating some fermented foods into your diet.
  • The researchers behind this study are developing a personalized nutrition company called Zoe.
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There are many different ways to eat, and plenty of people who will tell you that their plan is the best way to stay fit.

But a new study is calling their bluff.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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