Abordaje nutrigenómico de la obesidad: ¿dónde estamos?

Palabras clave: Nutrigenómica, Genética, Obesidad

Resumen

La obesidad es una enfermedad multifactorial, es decir que resulta de la interacción de múltiples factores genéticos y ambientales. Para su estudio se hace necesario el uso de herramientas de investigación que permitan explorar mecanismos de interacción entre el genoma completo y la nutrición. La genómica nutricional que engloba la nutrigenética y la nutrigenómica ha estudiado el papel de los genes en la obesidad. Aunque estas dos últimas están íntimamente asociadas, toman un enfoque diferente para entender la relación entre los genes y la dieta.

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2020-08-30
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Zapata Bravo, E., Pacheco Orozco, R., Payán, C., & López Rippe, J. (2020). Abordaje nutrigenómico de la obesidad: ¿dónde estamos?. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v4n1.167
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