By Steve Taylor
Advances in nutrients and nutrients examine acknowledges the necessary courting among the nutrition and dietary sciences and brings jointly striking and finished stories that spotlight this dating. Contributions aspect medical advancements within the extensive parts of foodstuff technological know-how and nutrients and are meant to supply these in academia and with the most recent info on rising learn in those regularly evolving sciences. *The most up-to-date very important details for nutrition scientists and nutritionists *Peer-reviewed articles by way of a panel of. Read more...
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E. Nutrigenomic effects Dairy foods present a unique opportunity from a nutrigenomics perspective, given the nature of mammalian milk as a complete source of nutrition which has been adapted over time to meet the needs of particular animals (German, 2009). The potential for dairy products to prevent DNA damage was reported by Fenech et al. (2005), who identified a reduced 30 Eva Warensjo et al. rate of genome damage in lymphocytes in individuals with higher consumptions of micronutrients predominantly found in dairy products.
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Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 59 by Steve Taylor