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Personalised Nutrition

Personalised Nutrition

On the one hand, the nutrients we consume can affect the way our genes are expressed; on the other, our genes are able to influence how our bodies respond to these nutrients. Personalised nutrition is looking at the complex interaction between nutrients and genes to create tailored diets which complement a person's unique genetic profile. Not only will personalised nutrition optimise the health of the individual, but it may also work on a larger scale to help prevent society-wide diseases such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and malnutrition.

Nutrition personnalisée: Projet Food4Me

22 November 2015

La notion de médecine personnalisée a été introduite pour la première fois par Roger William dans les années 1950.