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Nutritional metabolomics is defined as the comprehensive characterization of nutrition-related endogenous and exogenous metabolites from a biological sample. Nutritional metabolomics has the potential to identify new biomarkers and causal targets for designing therapies, yet relatively few studies have investigated the metabolomics response after dietary intake or as dietary biomarkers. This session will cover how nutritional metabolomics advances nutrition research and has the potential to provide a more personalized approach to nutrition. The skills gained from this session will apply directly to nutrition research, aid in the interpretation of the literature, and enhance clinical practice.
CPE Level: 3
Learning Codes: 3060, 9070, 9020
- Elaborate on nutritional metabolomics and its utility for nutrition research.
- Construct evidence-based examples from the literature.
- Identify advantages and disadvantages of using nutritional metabolomics in clinical practice.
- Francene Steinberg, PhD, RD
- Susan Sumner, PhD
- Elizabeth Reverri, PhD, RD