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‘Tremendous opportunities’ await the nutrition industry as it embarks upon a modernized scientific approach to address nutrition, health/wellness and aging, says the Chief Executive Officer of a Silicon Valley company at the cutting edge of R&D.
The benefits of nutrigenomics tools to illuminate the effect of certain nutrients on genes are occurring right now, but talk of personalized nutrition should be left for the future, says a DSM corporate scientist.
Understanding the fine details of physiology, rather than looking at surrogate biomarkers of health and disease, can open up new doorways and a ‘goldmine’ of information on how the diet affects our health, according to a leading nutrigenomics expert.
At the recent IFT Annual Meeting and Expo, Stephen Daniells talked to Dr Jim Kaput, director of FDA’s Division of Personalized Nutrition and Medicine about the paradigm shift needed to move personalized nutrition forward.