Scientific Nutritional Health and Global Chronic Disease

Ian Martins

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In developed and developing world the global epidemic for chronic disease may include many species such as animals and man. Western diets and environmental changes disrupt anti-aging processes that determine species survival that are responsible for malfunction in genes with relevance to mitochondrial apoptosis and accelerated ageing. Science, medicine and biotherapy with relevance to genomic medicine need to consider autoimmune disease as critical factors that may determine species survival relevant to core body temperature and mitochondrial disease in animals and man. Identification of blood tests for mitochondrial defects for the cell’s power house have become of critical importance to the expected diabetes pandemic connected to various organ diseases.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Specialist publicationScientific Media
PublisherScientific Media
Publication statusPublished - 9 Sept 2018


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