1. Hidden nutrition: We don't know what makes up 99 per cent of our food
    We know next to nothing about the vast majority of compounds in our diet. Now researchers are finding ways to study this "nutritional dark matter" – and what it could mean for our health Health 22 July 2020 By Graham Lawton Lew Robertson/Getty Images TODAY I searched my kitchen... Read more
    Source: New Scientist Published on: 2020-07-22
  2. Epigenetic Biomarker Profile Clinical White Paper
    Metabolomic Biomarkers as Indicators of Epigenetics and Personalized Nutrition Clifford Morris, Ph.D. Director of Research and Development Physicians Lab, Inc. Metabolomic Biomarkers as Indicators of Epigenetics and Personalized Nutrition Introduction Science is well on its way to establishing fundamental understanding of how genetic variation, epigenetics and metabolism alter in response... Read more
    Source: Regenr8 Feed Published on: 2020-06-17
  3. One Way to Treat Asthma and Autoimmune Diseases with Diet
    Cutting two teaspoons of salt’s worth of sodium from one’s daily diet can significantly improve lung function in asthmatics In the 1960s and 1970s, a mystery was emerging. Why were childhood asthma rates between 2 to 5 percent in the developed world but as low as 0.007 percent in... Read more
    Source: nutritionfacts.org Published on: 2020-06-16
  4. There is no perfect diet that works for every metabolism or body type
    By Graham Lawton The foods that are healthiest for you may be different from what works for others Aaron Amat / Alamy There is no such thing as a healthy diet that will work for everyone. People respond to food in such idiosyncratic ways that everybody needs a personalised eating... Read more
    Source: New Scientist Published on: 2020-06-15
  5. How to Foster a Healthy Gut Flora
    What’s more important: probiotics or prebiotics? And where can we best get them? “Virtually every day we are all confronted with the activity of our intestine, and it is no surprise that at least some of us have developed a fascination for our intestinal condition and its relation to... Read more
    Source: nutritionfacts.org Published on: 2020-06-09
  6. Mothers ensure their offspring's success through epigenetics
    Parents pass genes along to their offspring which equip them for their future life. In recent years, research has shown that the reality is much more complex and that parents endow much more than just genes. A new study reveals that active epigenetic modifications are also passed from one generation... Read more
    Source: Epigenetics News -- ScienceDaily Published on: 2020-06-04
  7. Boosting Antiviral Immune Function with Green Tea
    Unlike most antiviral drugs, green tea appears to work by boosting the immune system to combat diseases such as genital warts (caused by HPV) and the flu (caused by the influenza virus). According to one study, “The belief in green tea as a ‘wonder weapon’ against diseases dates back... Read more
    Source: nutritionfacts.org Published on: 2020-06-02
  8. A Rewired Metabolism Links the Aging Epigenome to Vision Loss
    They say hindsight is 20/20, but for those of us looking over at a lifetime of memories, things might seem a little blurrier through our aging eyes. That’s because, unlike the fine wines, delectable whiskies, and smelly cheeses that we love to catabolize, the human epigenome tends not to age... Read more
    Source: epigenie Published on: 2020-05-16
  9. Could new discovery play a role in diagnosing Alzheimer's earlier?
    Scientists have detected that a previously overlooked gene behavior could potentially lead to a new way to diagnose Alzheimer's earlier. Published in the journal Epigenetics, an international research team's findings -- discovered in mice and confirmed in human samples -- suggest that the gene Presenilin1 (PSEN1) should be monitored as... Read more
    Source: Epigenetics News -- ScienceDaily Published on: 2020-02-27
  10. Epigenetics: Inheritance of epigenetic marks
    A study undertaken by an international team led by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich molecular biologist Axel Imhof sheds new light on the mechanisms that control the establishment of epigenetic modifications on newly synthesized histones following cell division. The classical genetic code is not the only code involved in the regulation... Read more
    Source: Epigenetics News -- ScienceDaily Published on: 2020-02-10
  11. 5 Herbs You Need in Your Medicine Cabinet This Winter
    With the winter months comes cold and flu season, and probably multiple trips to the doctor. You may be accustomed to spending considerable sums of money at the pharmacy during this season, but there are actually herbal remedies that can help you to fight off illness naturally. Read on to... Read more
    Source: thehealthyapron.com Published on: 2019-12-20
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