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- Omics and Integrated Omics for the Promotion of Food and Nutrition Science
- Functional Foods: Genetics, Metabolome, and Engineering Phytonutrient Levels
- New tools to improve nutrition and health
- Omics and Integrated Omics for the Promotion of Food and Nutrition Science
Omics and Integrated Omics for the Promotion of Food and Nutrition Science
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Topics covered in the journal include but are not limited to: 1 Biochemical, biophysical and biological properties of foods, ingredients, and components 2 Mechanism of functional foods and ingredients including both novel and traditional fermented foods 3 Genetic, and cellular and molecular biology germane to food production and processing 4 Foodomics: comprehensive studies involving genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, nutrigenomics and chemogenomics of foods and their interactions with humans 5 Biomaterials for food-related systems such as food packaging, food analysis, and delivery of nutraceuticals an d functional food additives 6 Application of novel technology to foods.
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Functional Foods: Genetics, Metabolome, and Engineering Phytonutrient Levels
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Natural Products pp Cite as. Phytonutrients in fruits and vegetables or their individual components nutraceuticals positively contribute to human health. Mostly, these nutrients have antioxidative property that impacts redox imbalance and can lead to prevention of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, and age-related disorders such as dementia. Over 7, flavonoids and phenolic compounds and naturally occurring carotenoids seemingly with health benefits have been documented in plants. Fruits and vegetables are dietary sources of pro-health nutrients nutraceuticals ; however, the level of an individual antioxidant is low in the currently used germplasm, thus limiting them in meeting the recommended daily allowance RDA. Nonetheless, the awareness about their health benefits has increased the global demand for and consumption of fruits and vegetables. Advanced molecular breeding and genetic engineering approaches are providing novel tools to greatly increase the levels of many desirable nutraceuticals, which is being made easier because their metabolic pathways are now known.
New tools to improve nutrition and health
Description Food Bioscience is a peer-reviewed academic journal publishing original research articles, reviews, and commentaries concerning the latest development in multidisciplinary areas in food science, with an emphasis on the mechanistic studies of food quality and stability at the molecular and cellular levels. In addition, we also address up-to-date research highlights, news and views, and commentaries covering research policies and funding trends. All research and review articles are subject to strict peer review organized by the journal, and final acceptance or rejection decision resides with the Editor-in-Chief of Food Bioscience. Aims and scope Food Bioscience is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to provide a forum for recent developments in the field of bio-related food research.
The emergence of food metabolomics, otherwise known as foodomics, has opened new frontiers and possibilities for scientists to characterize and simultaneously determine and obtain the comprehensive profile of the food metabolome. Qualitative and quantitative determinations of this metabolome offer insights into the underlying processes involved and details about the content of the food analytes. This had seemed technically challenging and impossible over time, but can now be done due to the advent of sophisticated analytical equipment and chemometric tools.
Nutrition is an interdisciplinary science that studies the interactions of nutrients with the body in relation to maintenance of health and well-being.
Omics and Integrated Omics for the Promotion of Food and Nutrition Science
Transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics are three major platforms of comprehensive omics analysis in the science of food and complementary medicine. Other omics disciplines, including those of epigenetics and microRNA, are matters of increasing concern. The increased use of the omics approach in food science owes much to the recent advancement of technology and bioinformatic methodologies. Moreover, many researchers now put the combination of multiple omics analysis integrated omics into practice to exhaustively understand the functionality of food components.
Innovative and high-performance technologies are revolutionising medical research with their ability to assess individual health indicators, and thus allow the examination of multiple human and environmental conditions simultaneously. This is proving powerful in targeting and preventing human diseases more accurately. Personalised nutrition: Personalised nutrition is based on the use of genetic, phenotypic, medical, nutritional, and other relevant information about individuals to deliver specific and targeted advice, products, or services, to achieve a dietary behavioural change proven to be beneficial for health. Consumers are increasingly more proactively involved in the design and production of the food they purchase through co-creation and innovative technologies. Multi-Omics: Starting from genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics; a variety of omics subdisciplines epigenomics, lipidomics, interactomics, metallomics, diseasomics, etc has emerged, offering the opportunity to understand the flow of information that underlies disease. Foodomics is a new, comprehensive approach to food and nutrition that intends to correlate the intrinsic food characteristics for example related to food composition, biochemical properties of active ingredients, food processing and technologies used in food production , with the impact on human health.
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Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics in Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods, Second Edition. Editor(s). Debasis Bagchi; Anand Swaroop.
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