Review on how lifestyle changes and especially dietary habits are at the basis of chronic systemic low grade inflammation, insulin resistance and Western diseases. The authors support the hypothesis that the advent of agriculture and industrial revolutions have contributed to the introduction of some disturbing inflammatory triggers, the adverse effects of which trace back to …Read More
A review evaluating the human nutrigenomics studies performed on dietary fat since the initiation of nutrigenomics around 10 years ago: Afman, L. A. and Muller, M. (2012) Human nutrigenomics of gene regulation by dietary fatty acids. Progress in lipid research 51, 63-70.
A sytematic review and meta-analysis to assess the impact of increased serum concentration of plant sterols on cardiovascular risk and concluding on a lack of evidence of such an association: Genser, B., et al. (2012) Plant sterols and cardiovascular disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. European heart journal 33, 444-51.
A critical review of the current state of knowledge regarding the efficacy and effectiveness of multiple micronutrient interventions in children in developing countries: Neufeld, L. M. and Ramakrishnan, U. (2011) Multiple micronutrient interventions during early childhood: moving towards evidence-based policy and program planning. The Journal of nutrition 141, 2064-5.
A review on how nutritional genomics can help validate high health food such as broccoli for cancer prevention: Ferguson, L. R. and Schlothauer, R. C. (2012) The potential role of nutritional genomics tools in validating high health foods for cancer control: broccoli as example. Molecular nutrition & food research 56, 126-46.