Trends in personalized nutrition / edited by Charis M. Galanakis.
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|Subject:||Nutrition > Genetic aspects.
- ISBN: 9780128172650
- ISBN: 0128172657
- ISBN: 9780128164037
- ISBN: 0128164034
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: London : Academic Press, 
- Copyright: ©2019
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Front Cover; Trends in Personalized Nutrition; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; A. Insights of personalized nutrition; 1 An Introduction to Personalized Nutrition; Introduction; What, How, and Why; Where It Comes From?; Strategies to Deliver Personalized Dietary Advice; Biological Variability: From Genomics to Systems Biology; Genes; Gut Microbiota; Foodomics; Other "Omics" Repertoires and Systems Biology Approaches; Role of Behavior, Limitations, and Ethical Issues; Future Perspectives; From Knowledge to Practice; "Omic" Technologies; Big Data and Machine Learning
What Is Needed for the Future?Acknowledgments; References; 2 Guidelines to Evaluate the Scientific Validity for Genotype-Based Dietary Advice; Introduction; Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics; How Should We Assess the Evidence in Nutrigenetics?; What Needs to be Assessed?; Utility and Randomized Controlled Trials; Randomized Clinical Trials; Primary Prevention in High-Risk Groups; Secondary Prevention in Subjects with Pathology; Conclusions; Where are We Today About Validating Personal Nutrition?; To Summarize-Some Components of a Personalized Nutrition; Appendix
The Global Nutrigenetics Knowledge Network Guidelines (from the Food4Me Project)Framework for Evidence Assessment; Scientific Validity Assessment of a Putative Gene×Diet Interaction; Convincing; Probable; Possible; Not Demonstrated; References; 3 Personalized Nutrition by Predicting Glycemic Responses; Introduction; Current Methods for Glucose Response Prediction; Meal Carbohydrate Content; Glycemic Index; Fiber Content; Physical Activity; Variability in Glucose Responses; Method; Search Strategy; Selection Process and Data Extraction; Results; Personalized Nutrition; Gut Microbiota
Eating BehaviorPhenotype; Genotype; Physical Activity; Conclusions; References; 4 The Role of Bacteria in Personalized Nutrition; Introduction; The Gastrointestinal Tract Microbiome Establishment; How Has Evolution Shaped and Protected the Continuity of the GI Tract Microbial Ecology Within the Human Host?; How Do Bacteria Adapt so Quickly?; What Are Probiotics?; Importance of a GI Tract Symbiotic Microbiome for Micronutrients; Importance of a GI Tract Symbiotic Microbiome for the Immune System; Why is Dysbiosis of the Gut Microbiota Detrimental to General Health?; Dysbiosis in IBS
Oral Biofilm Dysbiosis and Brain HealthImportance of Symbiotic Oral/Gut Biofilms for Normal Brain Function; Dysbiosis in Depressive Mental Health Disorders; Dysbiosis in Other Mental Health Disorders; Microbial Intervention; What are Prebiotics?; Management of Subgingival Microbiome via Diet to Protect the Brain; Management of IBS via Diet; Management of Mental Health via Diet; Future Perspectives; Conclusions on the Role of Bacteria in Personalized Nutrition; References; Further Reading; 5 Cognitive Dissonance in Food and Nutrition; Introduction
|Summary:|| Trends in Personalized Nutrition explores the topic of personalized nutrition from multiple angles, addressing everything from consumer acceptance, to policies and cognitive dissonance. Sections in the book cover epigenetics, nutrigenomics, predicting glycemic response, and metabolomics and the role of bacteria. In addition, the book explores diet, obesity and personalized nutrition for athletes, women, and infants and children, along with a section on the role of modern technology in the promotion of personalized nutrition. Nutritionists, food technologists, food chemists, new product developers, academics, and researchers and physicians working in the field of nutrition will find this to be a great reference.
|Source of Description Note:|| Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 3, 2019).