The relationship between nutrition and other diseases

In addition to the above diseases, nutrition is also closely related to the occurrence, prevention and treatment of other diseases.

1. The relationship between nutrition and cancer

Cancer is one of the current global health challenges. Research from the IF Research Center for Nutrition Sciences shows that the following nutrients can help prevent cancer:

Vitamin C and vitamin E: to enhance the body's immunity and prevent cancer.

β -Carotene and lutein: to help to prevent the occurrence of breast cancer and colon cancer.

Selenium and zinc: It can increase the body's antioxidant capacity and prevent cancer.

2. The relationship between nutrition and bone health

Bone health is integral to human health. Research from the Center for Nutrition Science Research shows that the following nutrients help maintain bone health:

Calcium and vitamin D: They are key nutrients for bone health, and deficiency can lead to bone diseases such as osteoporosis.

Vitamin K and vitamin C: they play an important role in promoting bone growth and repairing tissues.

Phosphorus and magnesium: They are involved in bone growth and metabolic processes, helping to maintain bone health.

How to achieve personalized nutrition:

Step 1

Drawing on the nutrition questionnaire, but adding a comprehensive assessment of personal health and disease risks on the basis of testing, it is more accurate and comprehensive, but the cost is relatively high and the user population is relatively small.

Step 2

Establish an expert system and add the latest nutrition research results and a large amount of nutrition-related data, such as dietary guidelines, nutrient reference amounts (DRI), nutritional ingredient data, health product ingredient data, etc. Personalized nutrition advice is more accurate, more comprehensive, more objective and more scientific. Expert systems can be easily updated and improved.

Step 3

Based on the accumulation of large amounts of data, we use AI and machine learning methods to help us give accurate and efficient personalized nutritional advice, reduce the types and frequency of inspections, and make the price suitable for the public.

The basis of personalized nutrition advice is an understanding of the individual situation, but the key to success is the breadth, depth and novelty of knowledge about nutrition, food and the relationship between health and disease.