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 (no͞o′trə-jə-nō′mĭks, nyo͞o′-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of how the genome and diet interact to influence human and animal health and disease.

[nutri(tional) + genomics.]


the study of how food affects people according to their genetic make-up
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a nutrigenomics and lifestyle medicine company focused on improving health and reversing chronic illness, today announced it will host a free webinar on October 24, 2012 at 4 p.
The topics include public health and food safety concerns around avian influenza, what nutrigenomics and personalized diets will mean for food, pomegranate as a functional food and nutraceutical source, new developments and applications of bacteriocins and peptides in foods, applying sensory and instrumental volatile analysis to dairy products, and hurdle technology in fruit processing.
Coverage encompasses energy, regulation of food intake (including sensory perception of food), nutritional biochemistry, cell and life cycle, nutrigenomics and epigenetics, and the different classes of nutrients.
Nutrigenomics lies at the crossroads of these major developments in the nutritional sciences and human genomics and genetics, and it is also developing at a time when the commercialization of research is an expected outcome of research funding.
Bland, PhD, is internationally respected for his ground-breaking work in nutrigenomics and nutritional biochemistry, applied clinical nutrition, and functional medicine.
Another growing field is nutrigenomics, which looks at how what we eat actually changes our genes.
The global metabolomics market is fuelled by applications like biomarker discovery, drug discovery, toxicology testing, nutrigenomics, functional genomics, personalized medicine and others.
Short definitions of the terms nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics were provided at the beginning of the questionnaire.
Compiled and presented by Se-Kown Kim (Distnguished Professor in the Department of Marine Bio Covergence Science and Technology and Director of Marine Bioprocess Research Center at Pukyong National university, Busan, South Korea), "Marine Omics: Principles and Applications" provides comprehensive coverage on current trends in marine omics of various relevant topics such as genomics, lipidomics, proteomics, foodomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, nutrigenomics, pharmacogenomics and toxicogenomics as related to and applied to marine biotechnology, molecular biology, marine biology, marine microbiology, environmental biotechnology, environmental science, aquaculture, pharmaceutical science and bioprocess engineering.
Many practitioners, and, surprisingly, academics as well, cannot differentiate between nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics (Figure 1).
Company research focuses on adult stem cell science, telomere support, DNA repair, fat loss technology, and nutrigenomics.
Chapters teach how foods can heal, offer keys to creating a basic diet plan for a dog based on the concepts of nutrigenomics, and show how to manage chronic health conditions (and even reverse some of them).