Using Nutriepigenetics for the Treatment of Inflammatory Diseases

Kathryn Peterson ’22 and Lynsey Randolph ’22 When I was younger, I was convinced my father was lying when he swore that salads made him sick, yet he could eat a ribeye-steak with no problem. It was comical then, but with age I learned that this was his harsh reality with Crohn’s Disease. Chronic Crohn’s … Continue reading Using Nutriepigenetics for the Treatment of Inflammatory Diseases