Dina Hamideh et al. –

We are all the descendants of people who for hundreds of millennia spent their days doing primarily one thing— assuring their food needs were met. Because they were successful, we are here reading this. Yet, to this day, dietary issues ranging from nutritional deficiencies to overeating remain a contributor to global morbidity and mortality. Trials done to establish a healthy diet are mainly observational, use food diaries, and have led to some erroneous recommendations that assume that the same diet is right for all people. But new tools and findings have changed the landscape for nutritional science and underscored the need to better individualise nutritional guidance.

Read the full article in The Lancet.