Elise Nordin

Postdoc at Food and Nutrition Science

Elise’s research focuses on investigating the health effects of diets. She is actively conducting intervention trials and employing data analysis, including multiomics techniques such as microbiota and metabolomics analysis, to gain a comprehensive understanding of their relationship with health. Her research also seeks to understand the reasons behind interindividual differences in dietary responses, potentially leading to more personalized dietary recommendations and improved health and well-being.

She is responsible for a large clinical trial within the EU-project HealthFerm (https://healthferm.eu/). The study aims to evaluate the health effects of fermented plant-based foods and is scheduled to take place in Gothenburg, starting in the spring of 2024.

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IBS randomized study: FODMAPs alter bile acids, phenolic- and tryptophan metabolites, while gluten modifies lipids

Elise Nordin, Per M. Hellstrom, Eddie Vuong et al
American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology. Vol. 325 (3), p. 248-259
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FODMAPs—Do they really affect IBS symptoms?

Elise Nordin, Carl Brunius, Rikard Landberg et al
Frontiers in Medicine. Vol. 10
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An inverse association between plasma benzoxazinoid metabolites and PSA after rye intake in men with prostate cancer revealed with a new method

Elise Nordin, Stine K. Steffensen, Bente B. Laursen et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 12 (1)
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Modest Conformity Between Self-Reporting of Bristol Stool Form and Fecal Consistency Measured by Stool Water Content in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and a FODMAP and Gluten Trial

Elise Nordin, Per M. Hellström, Carl Brunius et al
American Journal of Gastroenterology. Vol. 117 (10), p. 1668-1674
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