Nutrigenomics, the study of how nutrients interact with genes, has the potential to revolutionize the field of nutrition by providing personalized dietary recommendations for optimal health outcomes. This abstract highlights the need for continued research, collaboration, and investment in Nutrigenomics and personalized nutrition. By understanding the molecular basis of food and individual responses to it, personalized nutrition plans can be tailored to an individual's genetic makeup and lifestyle. However, the complexity of our diet and metabolic systems, as well as genetic heterogeneity and physiological mechanisms, present challenges in developing personalized approaches. Despite these challenges, Nutrigenomics holds great promise for improving public health and reducing the risk of noncommunicable diseases such as obesity, cancer, and diabetes. To fully unleash the power of genetic insights for optimal health, further advancements and integration of genetics and nutrition are essential.
Published Date: 2023-10-30;