Our diet is one of the few modifiable factors affecting our risk for several chronic diseases. Yet as recently as 2017, it was estimated that nearly 25% of deaths world-wide were directly related to sub-optimal diets. We are also beginning to uncover how foods can differentially affect the health and nutrient status of individuals, creating a need for personalized nutrition recommendations. New collaborations and innovative approaches are needed to address these complex issues. This is where Foods for Health (FFH) comes in.
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