Nutrition

What should I eat to stay healthy? Four-million-euro research project GLUCOTYPES is looking for answers

A team of scientists from five European countries will adopt the latest advances in wearable technologies, molecular biology, and bioinformatics, to identify individuals with distinct patterns of blood glucose alterations who responding differently to diet. The GLUCOTYPES project – supported with 4 million euro from the European Innovation Council – is led by scientists at …

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Call for experts in maternal health

The Probiotics Task Force is forming a new expert group to conduct a comprehensive narrative review on the maternal microbiome and its impact on pregnancy. We’re seeking a diverse team of clinician-scientists with expertise in maternal health, spanning from infection, constipation, nutrient status to mental health, metabolic helath, gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and preterm birth. Background …

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ILSI Europe Launches New Task Force on Vitamin K2 to Advance Health Understanding and Economic Insights

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – ILSI Europe is proud to announce the establishment of a new Task Force on Vitamin K2. Comprising leading experts from various companies and from academic background, the Task Force aims to explore and advance the scientific understanding of the health benefits of Vitamin K2, providing evidence-based insights to enhance public awareness. Vitamin …

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New Study Investigates Links Between Infant Fat Mass and Future Health

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – 9 November 2023 In the realm of global health, the first 1,000 days of a child’s life are pivotal, shaping long-term health and influencing the prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCD). The Global Disease Burden report underscores the significant role played by both under and overnutrition in mortality and morbidity attributed to NCD. …

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New Scientific Publication Explores the Differences Between Small and Large Intestine in Gut Microbiota Composition and Function and the Implications for Probiotic Administration

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – Gut microbiota research has traditionally focused on faecal samples, which represent the luminal content of the distal large intestine. However, recent research suggests that understanding the differences between the small and large intestine is critical to better leverage the immense potential of human gut microbiota modulation through probiotic administration. A new ILSI …

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ILSI Europe releases freely available, updated Concise Monograph on Dietary Probiotics, Prebiotics and the Gut Microbiota in Human Health in seven languages

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – The ILSI Europe Probiotic and Prebiotic Task Forces have released the newly updated Concise Monograph on Dietary Probiotics, Prebiotics and the Gut Microbiota in Human Health in English and six additional languages: Chinese, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Slovak and Spanish. Initially published nine years ago, this monograph has been updated and translated to …

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