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Week 15 notes

by: Emma Trokel

Week 15 notes 2420-001

Emma Trokel


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Nutrition and Health Performance
S. Nelson
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emma Trokel on Friday April 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 2420-001 at University of Colorado at Boulder taught by S. Nelson in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Nutrition and Health Performance in Psychlogy at University of Colorado at Boulder.


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Date Created: 04/22/16
Week 15     Epigenetics   ● Epigenome   ○ Proteins and other molecules that regulate expression of genes  ■ Turning genes “on” and “off”  ○ Inherited or altered  ○ Regulation   ■ Histones  how these are affected are shown or not shown throughout the body   ■ Methyl groups       BIOACTIVE FOOD COMPONENTS ­ important in turning on or off genes ­  decreases or  increases gene synthesis  Future generation effects  ○ Embryonic development   ● Modifying your epigenome   ● Health implications   ○ Bioactive constituents in whole foods    ● Astronaut Scott Kelly/ Mark Kelly    The Dutch Hunger Winter   ● Germans cut off food supplies to the netherlands in WW2  ● Calories reduced to 500­1000 calories per person   ● Women who were pregnant during the time (311)  ● Altered genetics of all abbies   ● More prone to obesity and heart disease than siblings before or after famine   ● IGF2 gene    Video  ● Epigenetics­ in addition to genetics   ● When DNA become attached to each other the genes are turned off   ● What happens when genes are switched off?  ● Food, stress , the sun contributes to which genes are on and which are off   ● Mother ­ breast cancer, than high cholesterol ­ has a sister with no complaints   ● People who were born with low birth weight  have higher chance of complications   ● Happens earlier on but biological indicators effects it later one   ● Animal study ­ same genes­ soy products changes color of fur  ● Japan ­ the japanese paradox ­ lower incidence of cancer ­ green tea ­ suppresses  cancer statistics ­ chemical in green tea leaf becomes inactive with age ­ green tea  removes the methyl groups   ● No part of us is older than 7 years   ● knowing the DNA is not enough                             FMT & Human Gut Biota  ● Microbiota   ○ 100 trillion  ○ Vagus Nerve  ○ Epithelium     ● FMT Facts   ○ FECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTS  ○ Bacterial Transfer  ○ China ‘Yellow Soup’ 4th C.  ○ Low cost ­ low risk  ○ Probiotic  ○ No side effects  ○ 90% success  ○ FDA    ● Microbiota  ○ Behavioral traits   ○ Individualized  ○ Drugs and toxins  ○ B2, B6, B12, K, and folic acid   ○ 60% fecal material   ○ 1­3 lbs  ○ Dysbiosis   


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