Deadline: due no later than 05/13/2020 by 10:00pm
Please answer the following four questions with 4 one-page single-spaced essays (with 3 to 5 references per question, Arial 11pt font). Make sure to submit as a Microsoft Word Document (.doc or .docx file format ONLY)
We are in the early stages of the field of nutrigenomics. Consequently, it is difficult to make concrete recommendations for an individual without knowing their genetic or environmental backgrounds. With that being said, and using what you have learned in this nutrigenomics class, answer the following questions:
1. What would you suggest to an individual who asked you to recommend a particular diet or dietary strategy? How would you support this recommendation(s) based on the genetics and/or epigenetics you have learned about in this class?
-My take: No “genetic diet”, diet adjustments should only be made for those that have undesirable reactions to certain foods (like lactose) due to the absence of mutation that helps people digest lactose. (use googles scholar)
2. Do you think there is no/good/great potential for calorie restriction or fasting approaches (such as intermittent fasting) to improve health and increase life span for humans? Use your new-found knowledge of genetics and/or epigenetics and known molecular networks (pathways) to support your answer.
My take: some potential for calories restriction in cases of obesity (maybe)
3. Describe how an inactive lifestyle combined with energy-dense foods increases the risk of chronic human diseases (such as type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease) in the context of gene variants that had been initially evolved for efficient energy storage and physical mobility.
4. Here is your gift question. Describe the most important and revolutionary concept that you learned from this class. Have any of those concepts shifted your view and/or altered how you describe the science of nutrition and wellness?
-My take: the effects of chronic inflammation on the body and its link to obesity, stress, disease, diabetes, inactivity. Also, genes involved in aging (and AMPK).
Utilize scientific reviews and peer-reviewed literature found in PubMed and/or Google Scholar. You can access PubMed (UA/HSL) articles through the UA Library Website: https://databases.library.arizona.edu/ Provide citations for any articles, texts, lectures, or images you reference.
4 pages in length (1 page per question)
Arial 11pt font
Submitted as a Microsoft Word Document .doc or .docx file type ONLY
Submitted before the deadline
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