Nutrigenômica/nutrigenética na elucidação das doenças crônicas


  • Maria Anete Santana Valente Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177
  • Maria Cristina de Albuquerque Barbosa Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177
  • Cibele Velloso Rodrigues Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177
  • Patrícia Aparecida Fontes Vieira Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177
  • Meire de Oliveira Barbosa Universidade Federal de Viçosa – campus Rio Paranaíba


Nutrigenômica, Doenças crônicas, Genes, Nutrientes


A Nutrição contemporânea está centrada em pesquisas visando a promoção da saúde e a prevenção de doenças. A nutrigenômica e a nutrigenética tornam possível o estudo das interações entre dieta, nutrientes e genes. Esse artigo teve como objetivo identificar as interações entre os fatores genéticos e os fatores ambientais na etiologia das doenças crônicas como obesidade, doença celíaca, diabetes mellitus tipo 2, desordens cardiovasculares e câncer. Para utilização da nutrigenômica/nutrigenética como ferramenta para terapia nutricional são essenciais mais pesquisas básicas, estudos epidemiológicos e estudos de intervenção para entender como os nutrientes modulam in vivo os mecanismos das doenças crônicas. 


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Biografia do Autor

Maria Anete Santana Valente, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177

Departamento de Nutrição

Maria Cristina de Albuquerque Barbosa, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177

Departamento de Nutrição

Cibele Velloso Rodrigues, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177

Departamento Básico – Área da Saúde

Patrícia Aparecida Fontes Vieira, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – campus Governador Valadares Av. Dr. Raimundo Monteiro Rezende, 330 – Centro- Governador Valadares - MG CEP: 35010-177

Departamento de Nutrição

Meire de Oliveira Barbosa, Universidade Federal de Viçosa – campus Rio Paranaíba

Departamento de Nutrição


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