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1Lecture 7 Apply the principles of diet and nutrition to dermatologyMarian Rubock R.N ,BApp Sc (Nursing) PostGradDip OccHealth&Safety1Learning ObjectivesIdentify the food changes in western culture and howthis has impacted the food chain and its nutritionalcontent.Discuss the main foods that cause systemicinflammation and affect gut health in a westernculture.Identify the importance that the production of Butyratehas on overall microbiome health.Discuss the nutritional considerations that may beimplemented to improve microbiome health.Describe the difference between probiotics andprobiotic extract.2A GLOBAL OVERVIEW OFFOOD3
2Global Food OverviewEating is an essential part ofliving. It has many benefits otherthan nutrition such as anindividual's emotional well-beingand social relationships.Consuming a ”healthy diet” isvital for the body’s energy,regeneration and homeostasis butwhat does this mean?Traditional methods used for thepreservation of food have beenon the decline ascheapermethods of food extension suchas additives and preservativestake their place.4Food changes over last 30 years“For at least 50 years, American agriculture policies havepromoted production of, and ultimately lower market pricesfor commodity crops like corn, wheat, and soybeans.Over the last 3 decades in particular, these “cheap food”policies have exacerbated the negative impacts of anindustrialized agriculture on the health of the agro-ecosystem, as well as on the health of the humans who mustshare and be sustained by it” (Journal of Hunger andEnvironmental Nutrition,2009).Changes to the way food is farmed, grown, preserved,packaged, exported and imported, its exposure to herbicides,pesticides, GMO’s,theuse of antibiotics to increase animalgrowth, all impact the end user – Humans!Wallinga D. Today’s Food System: How Healthy Is It?Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. 2009;4(3-4):251-281.5Changes to food consumptionTraditionally grown foods and industrial foods aredifferent in many ways. Studies suggest thatmodern interventions such as Genetic Engineering,pesticides, antibiotics, hormones, and foodadditives in industrial agriculture and the food-processing industry may have a negative influenceon our health.Avoiding industrial foods and choosing organicproducts may help to prevent modern diseases andprovide more valuable nutrients as well.Harry Hong, PhD, Lac. “Modern Industrial Foods and Their Effects on the Human Body”The health effects of pesticides, antibiotics,hormones, genetic engineering, and food additives. Natural Medical Journal. April 2016 Vol. 8 Issue 4.6
3How Plastics are entering ourFood Chain7THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEENGUT MICROBIOME AND FOOD8The relationship between food andthe gut microbiomeWhy do we eat?

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