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100兆微生物的飲食:共生代謝和微生物革命

Eating for 100 Trillion: Symbiotic Metabolism and the Microbiome Revolution

出版商 Lux Research 商品編碼 302232
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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100兆微生物的飲食:共生代謝和微生物革命 Eating for 100 Trillion: Symbiotic Metabolism and the Microbiome Revolution
出版日期: 2014年04月14日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

由於複數革命同時發生而產生大革命。對於存在於人類身體裡的微生物發揮的作用,我們的理解日益進化,與基因學、定序、消費者電子產品的發展互相結合,創造確認人類營養狀態的新診斷法。還有這些診斷法,是讓我們對健康和代謝、病、食品、營養的理解根本上重新考慮。「微生物革命」說明了肥胖和糖尿病的全球的流行、特定的減肥比其他減肥有效的理由、發炎性疾病的發生等,對應的幾個可能性,還有隱藏著可將個人健康調整成最適合狀態的合理食品設計的潛在性。

本報告提供微生物科學的基礎說明,其含義及影響,個人營養領域的市場機會相關彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

摘要整理

形勢

  • 人對食物的反應,是組合身體反應和下部消化管之細菌的反應的新科學性理解發展。微生物,是食品、添加物、補充品等的新目標,帶來新食品的巨大市場機會,提出營養相關的重新定義。

分析

  • 微生物和人的健康及疾病之間的重要聯繫,準備為食品產業帶來創新的舞台,創造「各個營養(個性化的營養)」的巨大市場機會。

尾註

目錄

Multiple revolutions together make for a mega-revolution. Accelerating advances in our understanding of the role that microbes that live on and in the human body play in human health, coupled with advances in genomics, sequencing, and consumer electronics create novel diagnostics to measure nutritional well-being. Together, these promise a fundamental rethinking of our understanding of health and wellness, metabolism and disease, and food and nutrition. Within the microbiome revolution lies the potential to explain and respond to the global epidemic in obesity and diabetes, why certain diets work better than others, how inflammatory diseases can occur, and finally, how we can rationally design new food products to optimize personalized health and wellness. This report lays out the foundation of microbiome science, its implications and impact, and how it is creating opportunities in personal nutrition.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

LANDSCAPE

New scientific understanding shows that human response to food is a combination of our own body's response and that of the bacteria in our lower gut. The microbiome represents a new target for food, ingredients, and supplements, and offers vast new opportunities for novel foods and a redefinition of human nutrition.

ANALYSIS

The crucial link between the microbiome and human health and disease sets the stage for a revolution of the food industry, and creates ample market opportunities for personalized nutrition.

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