Marie Palmnäs

Post doc at Food and Nutrition Science

Marie Palmnäs is the project manager of a European collaboration effort by the DiGuMet Consortium (JPI-INTIMIC). Her research focuses on the interaction between the diet and the gut microbiota. The aim is to characterize high-risk profiles for common metabolic diseases, using metabolite biomarkers, and to identify the type of dietary fiber that benefit these groups of individuals. Ultimately, this could lead to evidence-based and personalized dietary recommendations that will lead to effective and sustainable health improvements preventing metabolic disease.

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Perspective: Metabotyping—A Potential Personalized Nutrition Strategy for Precision Prevention of Cardiometabolic Disease

Marie Palmnäs, Carl Brunius, Lin Shi et al
Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.). Vol. 11 (3), p. 524-532
Review article

Serum Metabolomics of Activity Energy Expenditure and its Relation to Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity

Marie Palmnäs, Karen Kopciuk, Rustem Shaykhutdinov et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 8 (1)
Journal article

Low-dose aspartame consumption differentially affects gut microbiota-host metabolic interactions in the diet-induced obese rat

Marie Palmnäs, Marc Bomhof, Raylene Reimer et al
PLoS ONE. Vol. 9 (10)
Journal article

Chronic coffee consumption in the diet-induced obese rat: impact on gut microbiota and serum metabolomics

Theresa Cowan, Marie Palmnäs, Jane Yang et al
Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. Vol. 25 (4), p. 489-495
Journal article

The future of NMR metabolomics in cancer therapy: towards personalizing treatment and developing targeted drugs?

Marie Palmnäs, Hans Vogel
Metabolites. Vol. 3 (2), p. 373-96
Review article

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DiGuMet Project: Diet x gut microbiome-based metabotypes to determine cardio-metabolic risk and tailor intervention strategies for improved health

Rikard Landberg Food and Nutrition Science
Carl Brunius Food and Nutrition Science
Marie Palmnäs Food and Nutrition Science

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