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Dr. Larry Kaskel, Medical Director of the Heart Attack Prevention Center, to Speak March 4th at CardioCareLive about FirstLine Therapy

...ience-based medical foods, nutraceuticals and therapeutic lifestyle change programs marketed to healthcare professionals. As a leader in the fields of nutrigenomics and functional medicine, healthcare practitioners around the world rely on Metagenics' products and services to help their patients achieve a lifetime...

Nutrigenomics - Developing Personalized Diets for Disease Prevention - Is the Focus of a Special Issue of OMICS

...ng the innovative new area of study encompassed by nutrigenomics research is Part 1 of a two-part series. Part 2 wi...rable dietary/genomic interactions. In the future, nutrigenomics may potentially help guide the development of cust...tinguish existing disease from absence of disease, nutrigenomics aims to discern nuanced differences in predisease ...

CENIGENT Bucks the System with a 'Systems Approach'

...d glands) N: Nervous system I: Immune system G: Genetics (DNA SNPs and mutations) E: Epigenetics (factors affecting gene expression) N: nutrigenomics (nutrition and genomics) T: Thought system (giving rise to chronic stress) Unlike the traditional reductionistic medical model which diagnoses d...

Genetic variants associated with vitamin B12

...en from the Nurses' Health Study. "This provides a framework for further nutrigenomics studies and for exploring gene-diet interactions with cancer and other dise...e hopes to identify different gene variants that work together and create a nutrigenomics predictor score to assist in future individual cancer prevention strategies...

Interleukin Genetics Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End 2007 Financial Results

...nal LLC (ABG), a subsidiary of Alticor Inc., for Interleukin Genetics to conduct studies in the areas of osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, nutrigenomics and dermagenomics. ABG is expected to pay Interleukin Genetics $1.2 million during 2008 to fund the research. In March 2007, the companies ann...

Study Finds Dietary Fat Interacts With Genes

...rent guidelines that recommend a well-balanced, healthful diet in order to maintain a healthy BMI and to reduce risk of certain diseases. But we study nutrigenomics with the idea that we can pinpoint people who may be at higher risk for certain conditions like cardiovascular disease, allowing these individuals to ...

Nutrigenomics here comes a team to better your future!

... co-authored a report outlining their strategy for maximizing the impact of nutrigenomics research on global poverty and health. "Advancing our knowledge of di...ademic centres would accelerate technology development and dissemination of nutrigenomics information to the public." Potential benefits include developing new...
Nutrigenomics in Medical Technology

Pilot Therapeutics Announces Relaunch as Gene Smart(TM) Health

...ation Company that creates new businesses that empower individuals to take care of their health and live life abundantly. Through its Gene Smart(TM) nutrigenomics Discovery Platform, the company examines the influence of natural bioactives on the expression of genes that control the inflammatory process related ...
Nutrigenomics in Biological News

New gene variants present opportunities in nutrigenomics

BOSTON (December 15, 2008) ─ A new study uncovers 11 gene variants associated with three blood lipids measured to determine cardiovascular disease risk: low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and triglycerides. The discovery opens up new opportunities for n...

CFI awards $854,098 to University of Montreal and partners

...s savings to the Canadian health-care system." nutrigenomics to offset cardiovascular diseases Dr. Emile Le...te sector for a total of $909,607. He will advance nutrigenomics research a science that explores the relationship...ability of people who are genetically predisposed. nutrigenomics will couple prevention and nutrition to decrease m...

Nutrigenomics -- developing personalized diets for disease prevention -- part 2 just published in OMICS

... intersection of nutritional science and genomics nutrigenomics was the focus of a special issue of OMICS: A Jou... December 2008 (Part 1). The OMICS February 2009 nutrigenomics Special Issue (Part 2) is now available free onlin... and treatment of certain multifactorial diseases. nutrigenomics thus offers a significant promise for public healt...

Nutrigenomics -- developing personalized diets for disease prevention

...ng the innovative new area of study encompassed by nutrigenomics research is Part 1 of a two-part series. Part 2 wi...rable dietary/genomic interactions. In the future, nutrigenomics may potentially help guide the development of cust...tinguish existing disease from absence of disease, nutrigenomics aims to discern nuanced differences in predisease ...

Consumer not ready for tailor-made nutrition

...tap concludes that many obstacles must be overcome before products based on nutrigenomics become a reality. nutrigenomics is a discipline that investigates the correlation between nutrients and the...
Nutrigenomics in Biological Technology

Celadrin(R) Research Unveiled at Nutrigenomics 2008 Meeting in Paris, France

-Demonstrates How Clinically Proven Celadrin(R) Achieves Its Results SAN DIEGO, March 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Imagenetix, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IAGX), announced today that Director of Research and Development, Dr. Robert Hesslink, presented basic research outlining the cellular path...

WellGen, Inc. Launches Te Ame(TM) Nutritional Supplements With Proven Health Benefits of Proprietary Black Tea Extract

...ene expression data to determine optimal therapeutic niches for WellGen's pipeline of proprietary natural products. Through its in-house expertise in nutrigenomics and natural product chemistry, WellGen is developing proprietary medical foods and has additionally identified several opportunities in the functional...

Dr. Roddy Carter Named President and Chief Executive Officer of WellGen, Inc.

...ene expression data to determine optimal therapeutic niches for WellGen's pipeline of proprietary natural products. Through its in-house expertise in nutrigenomics and natural product chemistry, WellGen is developing proprietary medical foods and has additionally identified several opportunities in the functional...

Alltech, Mitsui and Asahi Breweries Create New Venture

... natural and fully traceable. The researchers from Alltech's three Bioscience Centers located in the United States, Ireland and Thailand and Alltech's nutrigenomics Center, the first devoted to animal health, will guarantee the technical expertise necessary to make this venture possible. Alltech is the proud ...

ImpediMed and Metagenics Announce Agreement

...eadquartered in San Clemente, Calif. with manufacturing and multiple research facilities located in Gig Harbor, Wash., including its MetaProteomics(R) nutrigenomics Research Center and its Functional Medicine Research Center(SM) for human clinical research. Metagenics holds multiple proprietary formula patents and...

WellGen, Inc. Names Robert M. Hellauer as Chief Financial Officer

... NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- WellGen, Inc., a biotechnology company using nutrigenomics to discover and develop food ingredients for wellness products, today announced the appointment of Robert M. Hellauer as Chief Financial Officer. Mr...

Nationwide product launch of NKO(R) planned for February 2008 in Australia and New Zealand

...markets new formulas and new products for specific applications in high growth markets such as the nutraceutical, cosmeceutical, biopharmaceutical and nutrigenomics markets. Neptune continues to strongly support its strategic development plan to form partnerships/strategic alliances with worldwide leaders in the...

WellGen, Inc. Names Nancy E. Rawson, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer

...Collaborations with Food and Beverage Industry Leaders - NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J., Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- WellGen, Inc., a biotechnology company using nutrigenomics to discover and develop food ingredients for wellness products, today announced the appointment of Nancy E. Rawson, M.Sc., Ph.D., as Chief Scientific ...

Neptune Technologies & Bioressources Inc. obtains Complementary Medicine approval in Australia for NKO(R)

...markets new formulas and new products for specific applications in high growth markets such as the nutraceutical, cosmeceutical, biopharmaceutical and nutrigenomics markets. Neptune continues to actively pursue its strategic development plan to form partnerships/strategic alliances with worldwide leaders in the ...

Neptune Technologies & Bioressources Inc. Secures Access to Nationwide Consumer Mass Market in the United States

...markets new formulas and new products for specific applications in high growth markets such as the nutraceutical, cosmeceutical, biopharmaceutical and nutrigenomics markets. Neptune continues to strongly support its strategic development plan to form partnerships/strategic alliances with worldwide leaders in the...
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