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Research in bioactive compounds, microbiota and probiotics for the prevention and treatment of Metabolic Syndrome

The Alimentaria Hub Aliber and Ecotrophelia

Monday 04, 12:30h - 12:45h | Auditorio NESTLÉFree
04-04-2022 12:3004-04-2022 12:45Europe/MadridResearch in bioactive compounds, microbiota and probiotics for the prevention and treatment of Metabolic Syndrome

Research in bioactive, microbiota and probiotic compounds for prevention and treatment of the Metabolic syndrome, Carlos J. Gonzalez Navarro, University of Navarro. Metabolic syndrome is an asymptomatic physiopathological state associated with obesity that runs with insulin resistance, hypertension and dislipemia, and whose prevalence ranges from 20 to 25% in the adult population, increasing among older people. In addition, around 85% of patients with DM2 have metabolic syndrome.In the Nutrition Research Centre, various approaches are currently being reached for their prevention and treatment based on the use of bioactivos, probiotic compounds or microbiota evaluation and modulation through changes in food.

Auditorio NESTLÉ

Research in bioactive, microbiota and probiotic compounds for prevention and treatment of the Metabolic syndrome, Carlos J. Gonzalez Navarro, University of Navarro. Metabolic syndrome is an asymptomatic physiopathological state associated with obesity that runs with insulin resistance, hypertension and dislipemia, and whose prevalence ranges from 20 to 25% in the adult population, increasing among older people. In addition, around 85% of patients with DM2 have metabolic syndrome.In the Nutrition Research Centre, various approaches are currently being reached for their prevention and treatment based on the use of bioactivos, probiotic compounds or microbiota evaluation and modulation through changes in food.

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