Nutrition is an important life-style factor associated with health, well-being, and diseases. For example, the consumption of various micronutrients and secondary plant compounds within fruits and vegetables has been associated with the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and certain types of cancer. Together with internal partners (e.g. CIEC) and external collaborators (EU Cost Actions) we strive to study the relation of micronutrient/secondary plant compound intake, their digestion and bioavailability, and their relation to markers of health and disease such as inflammation and oxidative stress, also looking for novel biomarkers (e.g. via proteomics, genomics). We also host the Int J Vit Nutr Res.
Bioavailability of phytochemicals (carotenoids)
Relation of micronutrients and phytochemicals and chronic diseases
Metabolism of carotenoid and polyphenols
Digestion of micronutrients and secondary plant compounds
Diet and health
Gastric lipase can significantly increase lipolysis and carotenoid bioaccessibility from plant food matrices in the harmonized INFOGEST static in vitro digestion model.
Synthetic retinoids as potential therapeutics in prostate cancer-an update of the last decade of research: A review.
Towards precision cardiometabolic prevention: results from a machine learning, semi-supervised clustering approach in the nationwide population-based ORISCAV-LUX 2 study.
- Deep Digital Phenotyping Research Unit
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- Public Health Research
- Physical Activity, Sport and Health
- PHR Custom Group 3