From the key markets to the category-busting formulations and the science and regulations governing the sector, nutrition experts will debate healthy ageing past, present and future from all angles.
It is clear contemporary healthy ageing-anti-ageing markets are about a whole lot more than just baby boomers who want to live longer, healthier lives and have the bucks to pay for the nutritional interventions that can do that.
At the core of the sector is health optimisation – something that concerns all demographics from young women concerned about skin to the elderly to stressed professionals concerned about heart health to the elderly bothered by muscle wasting and cognitive decline.
Interest in healthy ageing spans food companies large and small, pharma players, food supplement companies and governments who see its potential to let food be thy medicine and keep people out of hospitals and the unsustainable costs that incurs on many societies.
We'll uncover which food and supplement platforms are the most compelling and which ingredients are delivering the most tangible benefits.
To engage these issues on October 28th we have assembled some of the world’s leading experts:
Dr Astrid Stuckelberger
Head of Public Health School and Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine at University of Geneva
Catherine Caulfield BA LHCIMA
Member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging & Preventative Medicine
Senior Health and Wellness Analyst
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