Nutriepigenomics

Nutriepigenomics generally refers to the study of food nutrients and their effects on humans throughout the epigenetic changes. Nutritional imbalance during the early stages of life may also cause non-communicable diseases such as obesity, hypertension, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases. The period of development in which the nutritional imbalance occurs also determines the type of genes which will be affected. In nutriepigenomic studies there exist, certain models, to brief the role of nutrition on phenotype. One of the interesting methods is the catch-up method in which the offspring of the rat is subjected to different types of diets and then cross-fostered with the normal rats.

  • Nutriepigenetics and development
  • Transgenerational effects
  • Catch-up model
  • Prenatal, perinatal and adulthood effects

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