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Andrea Ghiselli, the nutritionist for Corriere Salute, has died

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Andrea Ghiselli, the nutritionist for Corriere Salute, has died

Beloved Nutritionist and Researcher Andrea Ghiselli Passes Away at 70

ROME – The world of nutrition and science is mourning the loss of esteemed nutritionist and researcher, Dr. Andrea Ghiselli, who passed away in Rome on February 20th at the age of 70.

Dr. Ghiselli, a university professor and Research Director of CREA Food and Nutrition, was known for his groundbreaking research on oxidative stress in humans and its implications in various physiological and pathological processes, including aging, atherosclerosis, and diabetes mellitus. His work also focused on the potential modulation of oxidative stress through nutrition, and its impact on overall health.

In addition to his research achievements, Dr. Ghiselli was also widely recognized for his role as the president of the Italian Society of Food Sciences and for his influential work as the head of the “food forum” on breaking latest news/salute. He gained a dedicated following for his daily interaction with readers, establishing a strong doctor-patient relationship with many of them.

His impact on the field of nutrition and his commitment to serving others was evident to all who knew him. His competence, clarity in explanation, and friendly demeanor made him a beloved figure in the science and health communities.

Dr. Ghiselli’s passing has left a profound void in the industry, and his absence will be deeply felt by his colleagues, friends, and the readers who valued his expertise and guidance.

The editorial staff of Corriere Salute extends their deepest condolences to Dr. Ghiselli’s family and honors his legacy as a great professional and friend. His impact on the world of nutrition and his dedication to improving the lives of others will never be forgotten. He will be sorely missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.

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