- Author: CARLOS HERRERO CARCEDO
- Status: Public
- Ãltima actualizaciÃ³n: 28/05/2020
Diets high in fat and sugar, as well as obesity, are associated with changes in the usual patterns of DNA methylation in genes involved in liver energy homeostasis.
There are innumerable nutritional factors that induce important epigenetic modifications that can cause the establishment of the disease or the protection of the organism against it.
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