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Skinny genes – how GM food may help you stave off obesity

March 14, 2012

Skinny genes – how GM food may help you stave off obesity

Fond of a full English breakfast? Perhaps you should have a glass of blood orange juice on the side – it might help to reduce the harm from all the fat you are ingesting, and make you less likely to become obese.

But as blood oranges are among the least favoured fruits for consumers, scientists in the UK are hoping to find ways to genetically modify standard oranges to incorporate the beneficial effects of their less popular cousins.

Read the article on Guardian UK

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