Could personalised ‘food passports’ help to boost health and tackle obesity?

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by Ryan O’Hare 02 October 2018

In 2018 Dr Kirill Veselkov, from the Department of Surgery & Cancer at Imperial delivered a keynote lecture at a conference on the ‘future of computing and food. It described personalised ‘food passports’, that could deliver tailor-made meals based on our environment, and our DNA.
The idea is to match genetic profiles, behavioural information and to a certain extent our history with the way we perceive food, so when we go into a restaurant the chef could prepare food tailored to our personal profile.

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Although it looks like this may be some way off, anything that can be done to improve our diets makes things more sustainable.

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