Special Issue "Diet, Nutrition and Chronic Degenerative Diseases"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020) | Viewed by 54146
Interests: nutritional genomic (nutrigenetic and nutrigenomic); human body composition; metabolism; personalized nutritional assessment; food chemistry
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Chronic and degenerative disease (CDD) are non-infectious and non-transmissible diseases of long duration and slow progression, including obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, chronic respiratory diseases, inflammatory bowel diseases, osteoporosis, sarcopenia, neurodegenerative disease, and many cancers. The prevalence of CDDs is rising rapidly. In addition to a high mortality rate, CDDs are also disabling. A strategy is urgently needed to prevent and control CDDs.
The effects of diet compounds on metabolic pathways related to CDDs is currently under investigation, and is leading the traditional nutritional counselling to a more complex approach based on -omic sciences, opening a new perspective in nutritional science.
I invite authors to submit original research and review articles that address the progress and current understanding of the response of CDDs to bioactive molecule intake, as well as the effects of gene polymorphism, gene expression, plasma lipidome, and different interactions on absorption, transport, and nutrient metabolism, to support the protective role of personalized diet in disease prevention and therapy.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Role of mediterranean diet in chronic non comunicable disease;
- Role of chetogenic diet in chronic degenerative disease;
- Nutrigenomic, nutripegenomic, and lipidomic approach in dietotherapy;
- Personalized nutrition;
- Beneficial effects of immunotherapy in cancer diseases;
- Role of diet on gut microbiota;
- Possible beneficial effects of bioactive molecule in chronic degenerative disease.
Dr. Laura Di Renzo
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- mediterranean diet
- chetogenic diet
- probiotic and prebiotic
- anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound
- gene expression
- body composition