Nutrigenomics

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Posted by arundhati at July 22, 2016
Nutrigenomics

Carsten Carlberg, Stine Marie Ulven, "Nutrigenomics"
2016 | ISBN-10: 3319304135 | 246 pages | PDF | 1 MB
Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics in Functional Foods and Personalized Nutrition (repost)

Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics in Functional Foods and Personalized Nutrition by Lynnette R. Ferguson
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1439876800 | 451 pages | PDF | 9,8 MB

Nutrigenomics  

Posted by arundhati at Sept. 2, 2015
Nutrigenomics

Gerald Rimbach, Jürgen Fuchs, "Nutrigenomics"
2005 | ISBN-10: 0824726634 | 504 pages | PDF | 5 MB
Nutrigenomics and Proteomics in Health and Disease: Food Factors and Gene Interactions

Yoshinori Mine, Kazuo Miyashita, Fereidoon Shahidi, "Nutrigenomics and Proteomics in Health and Disease: Food Factors and Gene Interactions"
2009 | pages: 396 | ISBN: 0813800331 | PDF | 5,4 mb
Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics in Functional Foods and Personalized Nutrition

Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics in Functional Foods and Personalized Nutrition by Lynnette R. Ferguson
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1439876800 | 451 pages | PDF | 9,8 MB

While functional foods have become a reasonably well-established concept, personalized nutrition is still treated with skepticism by many. The recognition that people would have different nutrient requirements, or perceive foods in different ways, raises several concerns—some real, some not so real.
Pancreatic Cancer – Molecular Mechanism and Targets by Sanjay K. Srivastava

Pancreatic Cancer – Molecular Mechanism and Targets by Sanjay K. Srivastava
English | March, 2012 | ISBN 13: 9789535104100 | 444 Pages | PDF | 9 MB

This book provides the reader with an overall understanding of the biology of pancreatic cancer, hereditary, complex signaling pathways and alternative therapies. The book explains nutrigenomics and epigenetics mechanisms such as DNA methylation, which may explain the etiology or progression of pancreatic cancer.
The UltraSimple Diet: Kick-start Your Metabolism and Safely Lose Up to 10 Pounds in 7 Days (repost)

The UltraSimple Diet: Kick-start Your Metabolism and Safely Lose Up to 10 Pounds in 7 Days By Mark Hyman
2007 | 184 Pages | ISBN: 1416547762 | PDF | 1,7 MB

In his New York Times bestselling book, Ultra Metabolism, Dr. Mark Hyman unveiled his groundbreaking but simple plan for automatic weight loss. Never before had all seven keys to permanent weight loss been integrated into a single plan. Based on the cutting-edge science of nutrigenomics-the science of how food talks to our genes-Ultra Metabolism promises to reprogram your body to automatically lose weight by turning on the messages of weight loss and health and turning off the messages of weight gain and disease. Now, for the first time in
Feed Your Genes Right: Eat to Turn Off Disease-Causing Genes and Slow Down Aging (repost)

Jack Challem, Kilmer S. McCully - Feed Your Genes Right: Eat to Turn Off Disease-Causing Genes and Slow Down Aging
English | 2005-02-11 | ISBN: 0471479861 | PDF | 272 pages | 1.57 MB

In Feed Your Genes Right, renowned nutrition expert Jack Challem translates the hugely exciting science of nutrigenomics–which explores the link between nutrition and our own DNA–into practical eating plans and nutritional supplement recommendations for maximizing one's genetic inheritance, slowing the aging process, and reducing the chances of disease. After describing how food and nutrients can help repair flawed or damaged genes, Challem offers specific plans–complete with delicious carb-smart recipes–that target two dozen common or inherited diseases and conditions, including arthritis, cancer, diabetes, fatigue, gluten intolerance, heart disease, and obesity.
Nutritional Genomics: Impact on Health and Disease by Regina Brigelius-Flohé (Repost)

Nutritional Genomics: Impact on Health and Disease by Regina Brigelius-Flohé (Repost)
Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (March 31, 2006) | ISBN: 3527312943 | Pages: 470 | PDF | 4.07 MB

Nutritional genomics paves the way for novel applications in medicine and human nutrition, and this volume presents the latest data on how genetic variation is associated with dietary response and how nutrients influence gene expression. In so doing, it brings together the various disciplines involved in this field of research, making this essential reading for nutritionists, biochemists and molecular biologists. Nutritional genomics is a highly innovative and fast-growing field, linking genome research, plant biotechnology and molecular nutritional research. It covers nutrigenomics, which explores the effects of nutrients on the genome, proteome and metabolome, as well as nutrigenetics, the major goal of which is to elucidate the effect of genetic variation on the interaction between diet and disease. Nutritional genomics thus paves the way for novel applications in medicine and human nutrition. This book presents the latest data on how genetic variation is associated with dietary response and how nutrients influence gene expression, bringing together the various disciplines involved in research. The result is essential reading for nutritionists, biochemists and molecular biologists.
Personalized Nutrition for the Diverse Needs of Infants and Children

Personalized Nutrition for the Diverse Needs of Infants and Children
Publisher: S. Karger AG | ISBN: 3805585535 | edition 2008 | PDF | 262 pages | 1,42 mb

Research has shown that humans respond differently to diets and, moreover, that they display varying predispositions to many diet-dependent metabolic and degenerative diseases. The focus of nutritional science is thus shifting from dietary guidelines for populations to individualized foods and diets. It is the aim of nutrigenomics to assign this human diversity in nutritional response to diet - as well as the subsequent consequences to human health - to specific genetic elements. At the same time, evidence suggests that diet itself is a critical determinant of human diversity.This publication focuses on the differences of humans as infants and children with respect to nutritional needs and responses to diet. For this purpose, four main points are discussed, namely: how do children differ in view of genetic diversity, environmental inputs, prior imprinting, and resident microflora; what are the immediate and long-term consequences of these differences; can we accurately assess them; and, how can we act on these differences. Supplying answers to some crucial issues, as well as identifying directions for further research and practical applications by the food industry, this publication is an important source of information for all those involved in the subject of diet and individual responses.