In order to maximize his performance, a high level athlete is not compelled to consume dietary supplements since a healthy and adapted diet is theoretically able to provide him with all the required energy and nutrients. Nevertheless food supplements count among the most popular solutions proposed by sport dieticians. The market is huge and actually …Read More
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The Center of Excellence for Nutritional Genomics (CENG) is using a multidisciplinary approach to investigate the influence of diet and individual genetic variation as risk factors for health disparities in racial/ethnic populations in the United States. Certain genotypes are more severely affected by specific types of dietary factors than other genotypes, though no genotype is completely …Read More
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.