Health outcomes in Undernutrition: the role of Nutrients, Gut dysfunction and the gut microbiome (HUNGer)

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Title: Health outcomes in Undernutrition: the role of Nutrients, Gut dysfunction and the gut microbiome (HUNGer)
Authors: Consortium, H
Drake, L
Frost, G
Holmes, E
Lett, A
Maitland, K
Marchesi, J
Swann, J
Thompson
Thompson, A
Walsh, K
Item Type: Report
Abstract: The HUNGer consortium is comprised of a multi-disciplinary, multi-national consortium of world leading researchers, with expertise in physiology and nutrition, through to clinical research, public health and agriculture in LMIC settings. The HUNGer consortium was awarded the MRC Confidence in Global Nutrition and Health award in 2018. The HUNGer consortium is developing a programme of work that will directly address United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG-2): End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture. We believe there are a number of critical unanswered questions regarding the role of the gut in undernutrition, which if answered could significantly improve the effective management and prevention of undernutrition. The following document represents the consensus opinion of the HUNGer consortium concerning the key challenges that currently limit the effective management and prevention of undernutrition and the most promising potential solutions.
Issue Date: 10-Jan-2019
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/72397
Publisher: Imperial College London
Journal / Book Title: Health outcomes in Undernutrition: the role of Nutrients, Gut dysfunction and the gut microbiome (HUNGer)
Publication Status: Published
Open Access location: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/medicine/hunger-project/Hunger-Project-White-Paper-2019-01-09.pdf
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