Well, while this is unprecedented, their approach to this type of experiment is nothing new in psychology, where human tests are much more valuable, and even more so when there is same genetic make-up, which is a huge deal if you intend to make it as a constant.Sergei82 wrote:I wonder why you even look at this delirium which has nothing to do with any science.the lynx wrote:An interesting story on how a pair of twin doctors utilised their similar genetic make up to find out what diet is good/bad.
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Identical twins like us are extremely useful in experiments because we have exactly the same genes. This means any changes we observed would be due to the diets and not genetics.
I went on a no-carbohydrate diet - essentially no sugar - and Chris went on an extremely low-fat diet.
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Of course, the results are still debatable to a certain degree (because there are still variable factors that might deviate the results), but I appreciate that there is a pair of identical twins who would like to test this theory.