Personalised Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (PNLM) could address the causes of chronic conditions if socio-economic, cultural, ethnic and diversity barriers can be overcome, says a leading professional body.
Interest in personalized nutrition is surging, increasing more than threefold between 2017 and 2019. With more than a billion people worldwide diagnosed with diet-related diseases, costs for their care has jumped to more than $1 trillion dollars a year....
Genetically-tailored nutrition advice can be used in research and clinical practice to motivate greater long-term dietary change and adherence to dietary guidelines, according to a new randomised controlled trial.
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Sham operators are undermining the field of nutrigenomics and personalised nutrition, according to the author new research that shines light on how dietary changes thousands of years ago impacted the human genome.
Personalised nutrition is emerging fast – as technologies like gene mapping and smartphones offer the potential for people to optimise nutrition, live healthier lives and reduce the burden of chronic disease like obesity and diabetes.
Clemson University has been granted $2m to create an endowed chair
in nutrigenomics to tackle obesity, but before an academic can be
appointed it must match the figure in industry funding in order to
demonstrate the project's...
Nutrigenomics, thought by some to be the future of nutrition, was
given the spotlight for a short time at Vitafoods, as current
disciples told attendees of the great opportunities and current