Nutrition Physiology and its Recent Researches
The physiology of nutrition deals with how the body extracts nutrients from food. Nutrition involves various chemical and physiological activities which transform food elements into bodily elements. Research in molecular and physiological genetics considerably broadens our knowledge of galactosemia, phenylketonuria and disorders of homocysteine â€‹â€‹metabolism. After the finding that hyperhomocysteinemia contributes significantly not only to the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases, it also has a direct correlation with the factors that trigger various diseases of civilization, attention began to pay to study of physiological factors affecting and regulating the levels of this amino acid in the human body.
- Track 1-1 Metabolic Phenotyping
- Track 2-2 Biomarkers
- Track 3-3 Nutritional Diseases
- Track 4-4 Lipids
- Track 5-5 Carbohydrates