Implementation of robust omics technologies enables integrative and holistic interrogation related to nutrition by labeling biomarkers to empirically assess the dietary intake. Nutriomics: Well-being through Nutrition aims to enhance scientific evidence based on omics technologies and effectiveness of nutrition guidelines to promote well-being. It provides deep understanding towards nutrients and genotype effects on disease and health status. It also unveils the nutrient–health relation at the population and individual scale. This book helps to design the precise nutritional recommendations for prevention or treatment of nutrition-related syndromes.

Nutriomics: Well-being through Nutrition focuses on:

  • The impact of molecular approaches to revolutionize nutrition research for human well-being
  • Various biomarkers for bioactive ingredient analysis in nutritional intervention research
  • Potential of transcriptomic, genomic, proteomic, metabolomic, and epigenomic tools for nutrition care practices
  • Recent updates on applications of omics technologies towards personalized nutrition

Providing comprehensive reviews about omics technologies in nutritional science, Nutriomics: Well-being through Nutrition serves as an advanced source of reference for food developers, nutritionists, and dietary researchers to investigate and evaluate nutriomics tools for development of customized nutrition and food safety. It is also a useful source for clinicians and food industry officials who require intense knowledge about emerging dietary-related tools to revolutionize the nutrition industry.

This is a volume in the Food Analysis and Properties series, a series designed to provide state-of-art coverage on topics to the understanding of physical, chemical, and functional properties of foods.

chapter 1|21 pages

Traditional and Advanced Molecular Approaches in Nutrition Research

ByParveen Bansal, Renu Bansal, Malika Arora

chapter 2|25 pages

Traditional Nutritional Approaches and Nutriomics Evidence

Nutrition from Inception to Evidence
ByParveen Bansal, Renu Bansal, Malika Arora

chapter 3|13 pages

Nutritional Epigenomics and Disease Prevention

ByJuliana Bunmi Adetunji, Charles Oluwaseun Adetunji, Saher Islam, Devarajan Thangadurai

chapter 4|32 pages

Potential Applications of Proteomics for Nutritional Safety and Healthcare

BySrinivasan Kameswaran, Bellemkonda Ramesh, M. Subhosh Chandra, Gopikrishna Pitchika

chapter 5|17 pages

Metabolomics and Potential Nutrition-Specific Markers for Nutritional Safety, Quality, and Health Status

ByRamachandran Chelliah, Inamul Hasan Madar, Syeda Mahvish Zahra, Khanita Suman Chinnanai, Mahamuda Begum, Ghazala Sultan, Umar Farooq Alahmad, Iftikhar Aslam Tayubi, Deog-Hwan Oh

chapter 6|21 pages

Nutriomic Approaches in Diabetic Practices

BySrinivasan Kameswaran, Bellemkonda Ramesh, M. Subhosh Chandra, Ch. Venkatrayulu, M. Srinivasulu, Prathap Reddy Kallamadi, G. Sudhakara

chapter 7|21 pages

Dietary Control of the Resolution Response to Optimize Inflammation

Genetic, Clinical, and Omics Perspectives
ByBarry Sears, Asish K. Saha

chapter 8|12 pages

Customized Nutritional Practices and Dietary Recommendations through Integrative High-Throughput Omics Approaches

ByRamachandran Chelliah, Inamul Hasan Madar, Khanita Suman Chinnanai, Ghazala Sultan, Pravitha Kasu Sivanandan, Bandana Pahi, Mahamuda Begum, Syeda Mahvish Zahra, Iftikhar Aslam Tayubi, Deog-Hwan Oh

chapter 9|11 pages

Omics for Natural Products as Adjunct Nutrition

ByYeannie Hui-Yeng Yap, Shin-Yee Fung

chapter 10|33 pages

Nutrigenomics, Olive Polyphenols, and Human Health

ByMaria Antónia da Mota Nunes, Maria Beatriz Prior Pinto Oliveira, Rita Carneiro Alves

chapter 11|19 pages

Metabolomic Approach

Specific Markers for Authenticity, Nutritional Safety, and Quality of Milk and Milk Products
ByRicha Singh, Ravali Parvartam, Sumit Arora

chapter 12|52 pages

Application of Metabolomic Tools to Survey the Phenolic Composition of Food, Medicinal Plants, and Agro-Industrial Residues

ByTiciane Carvalho Farias, Carolina Thomaz dos, Santos D’Almeida, Thaiza Serrano de Souza, Talita Pimenta do Nascimento, Fernanda de Sousa Bezerra, Roberta Nogueira Pereira da Silva, Mariana Simões Larraz Ferreira, Andrea Furtado Macedo, Maria Gabriela Bello Koblitz