The main objective of this research area, which belongs to the NUPERMET research group, is to carry out an integrative study of the physiopathological and molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of body weight in obesity and aging, as well as in the development of associated
This research area, which forms part of the PRECINUT research group (Precision Nutrition in Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome), aims to address and integrate metabolic aspects related to nutrition, obesity and associated comorbidities.
The main objective of this line of research, which forms part of the NUTRIBIOSIM research group (Nutridynamics and Bioactives in Metabolic Syndrome), is to identify, characterise and study the biological activity of different natural sources of bioactive compounds (BACs) with therapeutic potential or prevention of obesity and its associated comorbidities.
During the past years, the concept of “Personalised Nutrition” has had a growing role in the scientific community, appearing eventually as the “response” to all the obesity problems. Despite the recognized value of nutrigenomic, nutrigenetic, epigenetic or metabolomic approaches, the reality is that the obesity epidemic continues to increase…