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In this week´s Personalized nutrition update issue;
Dietary Protein Modifies the Effect of the MC4R Genotype on 2-Year Changes in Appetite and Food Craving: The POUNDS Lost Trial
Vitamin D receptor gene FokI but not TaqI, ApaI, BsmI polymorphism is associated with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis: a meta-analysis
Sorghum’s superfood credentials could see it become ingrained in our diet: Mintel- Louis Gore-Langton,
Sorghum is little known in the west but has all the makings of a superfood from the nutrient profile to its heritage tradition – can it join the ranks of quinoa and chia? One Mintel analyst certainly thinks so.
Clustering according to urolithin metabotype explains the interindividual variability in the improvement of cardiovascular risk biomarkers in overweight-obese individuals consuming pomegranate: A randomised clinical trial.
DayTwo Announces a New Collaboration with the Janssen Human Microbiome Institute to Further Advance its Microbiome Science Based Health Solutions
About Mariëtte Abrahams MBA RD
Mariëtte is an award-winning registered Dietitian/Nutritionist and Business consultant. She has gained over 20 years experience in the clinical nutrition and Medical Nutrition industry. She currently consults with businesses in the Biotechnology, functional food and digital health industry to use developments in Nutritional Genomics and personalized nutrition to build and grow brands by providing technical expertise, training and strategic support. She has already worked with companies and organizations such as the Nutrition Society, Food Matters Live, Genovive and Food industry. Mariëtte is also a keynote speaker at events such as Food Matters Live and Personalised Nutrition 2.0 and a media spokesperson for the British Dietetics Association.
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