Goal 1: Promote Human Health

Achieving accurate and valid dietary assessment for implementing precsion prevention

Combine objective measures and biomarkers of dietary intake to identify dietary deficiencies/excesses that contribute to risk for cardiometabolic diseases. Technological, statistical and methodological advances in diet assessment are increasingly making it possible to identify the nutrients/phytochemicals/ that contribute to risk factor development in individuals and populations. Interdisciplinary studies are needed to collect accurate dietary intake data along with objective measures biomarkers (urinary, blood-based,,other biofluids) metabolomics and sophisticated biostatistical analyses to produce diet/health vs diet/disease associations suitable for informing effective interventions. Such studies would benefit from Big Data approaches

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Idea No. 781