Christine Houghton PhD, BSc.,R.Nutr.

INTRODUCTION: Finding ourselves amidst a global pandemic resulting from a microscopic virus evokes understandable anxiety. The purpose of this article is to broadly contextualize the biochemical effects of SARS-COV-2 by outlining some of the
Efforts to unveil the etiology of human disease often recapitulate the nature versus nurture debate. But today’s biologists concede that neither nature nor nurture alone can explain the molecular processes that ultimately govern human health.

Rosa Casas, Sara Castro-Barquero, Ramon Estruch, and Emilio Sacanella

2018 – ABSTRACT: Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in Western countries, representing almost 30% of all deaths worldwide. Evidence shows the effectiveness of healthy dietary patterns and lifestyles for the

Anna Boss, Chi Hsiu-Juei Kao, Pamela M. Murray, Gareth Marlow, Matthew P. G. Barnett and Lynnette R. Ferguson

2016- ABSTRACT: Olive leaf extract (OLE) has been used for many years for its putative health benefits, but, to date, scientific evidence for the basis of these effects has been weak. Although recent literature has described a link between ailments

Laura Bordoni, Irene Petracci, Fanrui Zhao, Weihong Min, Elisa Pierella,Taís Silveira Assmann,J Alfredo Martinez and Rosita Gabbianelli

2021- ABSTRACT: Dietary lipids have a major role in nutrition, not only for their fuel value, but also as essential and bioactive nutrients. This narrative review aims to describe the current evidence on nutrigenomic effects of dietary lipids.