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THE EFFECT OF NUTRITIONAL GENOMICS ON CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM.

Georgian Medical News 2024 Februrary
The idea that obesity and cardiovascular diseases together are considered for a sizable share of adult global morbidity and mortality is supported by epidemiological data. They have intricate systems in which environmental and genetic variables interact, including nutrition. As an environmental component, nutrition has a major and well-known role in managing health and preventing obesity and disorders connected to obesity, such as cardiovascular disease (CVD). Nonetheless, people with the same food pattern but obese exhibit a notable difference in CVD. This variance might be explained by the various genetic polymorphisms which gave rise to the field of nutrigenetics. The discipline known as nutritional genomics, or nutrigenetics, examines and describes gene variants linked to varying reactions to particular nutrients and links these variations to various disorders, including obesity-related cardiovascular disease (CVD). Therefore, tailored nutrition advice depending on a person's genetic background could enhance the results of a particular dietary intervention and offer a novel dietary technique to enhance health by lowering obesity and cardiovascular disease. With these suppositions, it seems reasonable to assume that understanding food and gene interactions will provide more targeted and efficacious dietary treatments in preventing obesity and CVD by nutrigenetics-based personalized nutrition. In addition to elucidating the connection between diet and gene expression and the major nutrition-related genes involved in obesity and CVD, this research seeks to provide a concise summary of the greater significant genes linked to obesity and CVD.

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