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Dr Dominique DARDEVET

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Dr Dominique DARDEVET

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Research Activities     Publications       Curriculum Vitae

Demographic change has resulted in a progressive aging of populations.
One of the characteristics of aging is sarcopenia, which is an involuntary and physiological loss of muscle mass and function. It affects all older individuals, including healthy subjects, and is considered to be one of the major contributors to disability and morbidity in the elderly.
Sarcopenia is a physiological alteration whose causes are multifactorial: malnutrition / undernutrition, decreased physical activity, low-grade inflammation, oxidative stress, obesity but also changes in adaptive responses to the environment and recovery of the homeostasis following a life incident or a pathology.
My research project is to understand, slow down and limit this muscle loss during aging with the objective of developing adapted and optimized nutritional strategies to the ability of seniors' responses and complementary to the maintenance of physical activity and medication.

Involvement in national and international research projects

National Projects
International projects
Region

CarbOptimus: 2018-2020

Optimization of the preservation of muscle mass and / or its recovery by a protein-energy chrono-nutrition approach dissociated from meals. Model case: frail elderly person

JPI

MaNuEL 2016-2018

The Knowledge Hub on Malnutrition in the Elderly                                          

Qualiment

Strepinflamm: 2017-2018

Development of a functional food based on Streptococcus thermophilus to fight against intestinal inflammation during aging

Qualiment

ProVeg :2013-2016

Optimizing the Use of Plant-derived Proteins in the Maintenance and Preservation of Muscle Status

ANR

Pronutrial: 2010-2013

Impact of technological processes on the nutritional potential of meat proteins

ANR

Lipage: 2008-2010

Dietary lipids and inflammatory response: involvement in the development of sarcopenic obesity

ANR

SurProl: 2007-2010

IMetabolic and functional impact of consumption of milk protein fractions in overweight individuals

ANR

Compalimage: 2006-2009

Food behavior and quality of aging. Role of inflammatory status, oxidative stress, insulin resistance and certain genetic factors»

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Dr Dominique DARDEVET

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