About this Research Topic
Therefore, this Research Topic aims at collecting articles in the field of personalized nutrition with polyphenols that address questions amongst others on
• research design and methodological approaches that help to identify person-specific factors which
contribute to an individual`s response upon a dietary intervention with polyphenols
• the qualitative and quantitative impact of individual factors on the physiological response of a person
upon a polyphenolic intervention
• the translation of the impact of individual factors into personalized dietary recommendation with
• novel food innovations that could enhance the personalized intake of polyphenols
• the effects of personalized polyphenol intake on consumer behavior
• current limitations and challenges in and beyond the above-mentioned aspects
Authors are welcome to submit Original Research (or Brief Research Report) from experimental (in vitro/in vivo) or clinical studies as well as from meta-analyses, Reviews (or Mini-Reviews), Methodological papers or Case Reports that address the role and/or impact of factors affecting individual responses following consumption of polyphenols (e.g. via an enriched diet or a targeted supplementation). Also, research which aims at further investigating the health effects and characterizing the inter-individual variability in specific populations like but not limited to sporters, pregnant women, children and elderly upon the intake of polyphenols is highly welcome. The same applies to research that explores strategies and tools or contributes to the development of guidelines that help to tailor the daily intake of polyphenols to an individual`s needs.
Keywords: Polyphenols, flavonoids, personalized nutrition, supplementation, diet, health, prevention, nursing, health care, nutrigenomics, gut microbiome, epigenetic, genetic, fruits, vegetables, age, sex, lifestlyle, inter-individual variability, dietary recommendations, food innovation, food intervention, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic diseases, neurological diseases, psychological diseases, ageing, vitality
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