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Data pix.

Certain foods have been universally considered good for you, but it turns out that what's good for one person may not be what another person needs.

In the video above, Bob Buckley reports on a UNC project that has figured out everyone has a personalized meal plan thanks to their DNA.

Dr. Zeisel said the price of getting your gene spelling mapped has come down from $40,000 a few years ago to $2,500 today. In a couple more years, though, it could cost as little as a few hundred dollars.

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