Food and Nutritional Metabolomics

Food and Nutritional metabolomics are rapidly maturing to use small molecule chemical profiling to support the integration of diet and nutrition in complex bio systems research. These developments are critical to facilitate the transition of nutritional sciences from population-based to individual-based criteria for nutritional research, assessment, and management. Improved analytics tools and databases for targeted and non-targeted metabolic profiling, along with bioinformatics, pathway mapping, and computational modelling, are now used for nutrition research on diet, metabolism, microbiome and health associations. These new developments enable metabolome-wide association studies (MWAS) and provide a foundation for nutritional metabolomics, along with genomics, epigenomics, and health phenotyping, to support integrated models required for a personalized diet and nutrition forecasting.

  • Metabolomics of genetically modified crops
  • Metabolomics in nutrition research
  • Dietary metabolites and cellular metabolism
  • Nutrigenomics and plant functional genomics
  • Food safety and contamination assessment using metabolomics
  • Applications of metabolomics to food processing

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