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Chronic diseases have become a global burden. Many of these diseases manifest with altered metabolism, which often result from an unhealthy diet. It is our belief that the use of nutrients, in combination with each other or with drugs, to normalize disease-related metabolic pathways may be an effective approach to addressing chronic disease.

The Institute for Integrated Metabolic Interventions (IMI), founded and currently directed by Dr. Jing X. Kang, is committed to basic and clinical research for the development of nutritional interventions as a solution for clinical problems. We utilize a pathway-based, biomarker-guided, and personalized approach to creating integrated metabolic interventions.

The potential of interventional nutrition as a solution for health problems may be realized using a pathway-based, biomarker-guided, and personalized approach: