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by A.P. Simopoulos,P.J. Nestel,B. Koletzko

ePub Genetic Variation and Dietary Response (World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics, Vol. 80) (v. 80) download
Author:
A.P. Simopoulos,P.J. Nestel,B. Koletzko
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978-3805563475
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3805563477
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S. Karger; 1 edition (February 10, 1997)
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Artemis P. Simopoulos. Artemis P. Nutrition and Fitness: Mental Health, Aging, and the Implementation of a Healthy Diet and Physical Activity Lifestyle: 5th International Conference on Nutrition and Fitness, Athens, June 2004. International Conference on Nutrition An, Artemis P. Genetic Variation and Nutrition: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Genetic Variation and Nutrition Washington, .

Published: 1 January 1997.

Genetic Variation and Dietary Response. Ed. Nutrition and Fitness 1 Diet, Genes, Physical Activity and Health, vol. 89, World Rev. Nutr. Karger, Basel, 2001. As a result of concern about the relationship between dietary sodium and hypertension, some salt producers and food companies have developed salt substitutes or low sodium products. Genetic variation and dietary response enom-.

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Lahti, Leo Salonen, Anne Kekkonen, Riina A. Salojärvi, Jarkko Jalanka-Tuovinen, Jonna Palva, Airi Orešič, Matej and de Vos, Willem M. 2013. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. Lim, Whasun Bae, Hyocheol Sohn, Ji Yang Jeong, Wooyoung Kim, Sae Hun and Song, Gwonhwa 2015. Dietary cholesterol affects expression of prostatic acid phosphatase in reproductive organs of male rats.

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Preface; Genetic Variation: Nutritional Implications: Simopoulos, .

This book provides the latest data on genetic variation and dietary response, nutrients and gene expression, and the contribution molecular biology has given to systems biology. Preface; Genetic Variation: Nutritional Implications: Simopoulos, . Gene:Environment Interactions and Coronary Heart Disease Risk: Talmud, . Genes, Diet and Plasma Lipids: The Evidence from Observational Studies: Ordovas, . Corella, D. Dynamic Relationships between the Genome and Exposures to Environments as Causes of Common Human Diseases: Sing, .

Intravenous Lipid Emulsions. Fatty acids and complex lipids exhibit a variety of structural variations that influence their metabolism and their functional effects. 2015 S. Karger AG, Basel. Philip C. Calder Southampton. Dan L. Waitzberg So Paulo Berthold Koletzko Munich 18 figures, and 15 tables, 2015.

This timely volume focuses on genetics and nutrition, and their interaction in the development of chronic diseases. Knowledge of genetic susceptibility to disease will not only help to identify those at higher risk for disease but also to ascertain their response to diet. The prospect of targeting specific dietary treatment at those predicted to gain the most therapeutic benefit clearly has important clinical and economic consequences, particularly in diseases of high prevalence. This book is unique in considering genetic variation in susceptibility to disease, and the importance of specific diets in influencing lipid levels in cardiovascular disease and bone density in osteoporosis. The contributions emphasize that dietary response is dependent on the genetic variant and that specific dietary recommendations rather than universal ones are needed for the prevention and management of chronic diseases. Bringing together vital information for the first time, this book is important reading for physicians, nutritionists, dietitians, geneticists, physiologists, molecular biologists, food technologists and policymakers.