According to the latest research findings, our genes influence the amount of stones we consume.
Let our genes tell us how much coffee we drinkFor their study, published in the August 25 issue of Scientific Reports, researchers analyzed the genetic data of over 1,200 people in Italy, who were also asked how much they consume daily. It turned out that the PDSS2 is not genius On average, people with a drink drank a trick less than those who could not find this variant. The authors of the study added that over 1700 subjects in the Netherlands had similar results. It seems that the genomic PDSS2 decreases the caffeine-degrading ability of cells, that is, the body. This has the consequence that for people with a high gen you don't need so many quarks in order to reach the same caffeine population as those who do not have the variant. "The results of our research confirm previous scientific findings that Nicola Pirastu, a fellow at the University of Edinburgh. "More extensive research is needed to solidify the discovery, and to clarify the biological relationship between PDSS2 and coffee consumption," the university added.