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Human Nutrition Unit

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Team Leader : Didier Rémond

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ANR Melodies

MelODies

Determination of organ-specific biomarkers of diabetes using a novel quantitative metabolomics approach:  the liquid metabolic biopsy concept

Coordinator:Sergio Polakof 

Acronym

Human Nutrition, and in particular protein nutrition, is currently facing two major issues that need to be tackled simultneously:

  • to be successful in the nutrition transition to reduce the part of animals products in the development of healthy and more sustainable diets
  • To be able to provide nutritional strategies to ensure a successful aging for a  growing population of senior

In this context the team conducts research on the determinants of metabolic deregulation observed during dietary transition and / or during aging..

The search for early biomarkers and an integrated overview  of metabolisms, allows us already to propose nutritional strategies to prevent these deregulations.

Our main targets are the prevention of muscle wasting (sarcopenia) and theinstallation of insulin resistance in the elderly.

Pain

A mix of dietary fermentable fibers improves lipids handling by the liver of overfed minipigs

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30654277

viande Age

In the elderly, meat protein assimilation from rare meat is lower than that from meat that is well done

https://www.uca.fr/recherche/sciences-et-societe

soja

A meal with mixed soy/whey proteins is as efficient as a whey meal in counteracting the age-related muscle anabolic resistance only if the protein content and leucine levels are increased.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30475369

Key words:

Our research activities concern the following themes :

BOne Muscle Theme EN
Plant Food Theme EN
Nutr Cell EN theme

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