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Sciences des Aliments

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An international journal of food science and technology
 

 ARTICLE VOL 22/4 - 2002  - pp.471-487  - doi:10.3166/sda.22.474-487
TITLE
Genes, lipids and cardiovascular diseases: nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics

ABSTRACT

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the most frequent cause of death worldwide and one of the most widely spread causes of morbidity in Western countries. There is a clustering of CVD in families or in population subgroups, which suggests that some individuals are at greater risk than others. Clinicians already take this into account, by considering the family and personal history of their patients as possible specific risk factors, which can increase significantly the probability of developing CVD. Susceptibility to atherosclerosis is determined by a combination of genetic and environmental factors, including diet. Genetic factors may modify the effects of lifestyle changes on lipid, glucose and energy metabolism, and subjects with different genotypes may respond differently to changes in diet and exercise.

AUTEUR(S)
Claudine JUNIEN

LANGUE DE L'ARTICLE
Anglais

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