Personalised nutrition ‘is the future’ for dietary supplements, but there still needs to be major advances in testing, product formulation and consumer feedback before it can become a mainstream solution.
A personalised nutrition startup which allows people to make drinks to perfectly match their nutritional needs at the moment of consumption revealed its plans for imminent expansion into Europe during Vitafoods last week.
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Individualised nutrition not only helps patients consume more protein and calories, but also improves clinical treatment outcomes and reduces mortality rate, according to a Swiss study of more than 2,000 patients.
Chemicals giant DSM has partnered with Panaceutics, which makes personalized nutritional gels and purees to compete against the personalized packs of pills that dominate supplement subscription services.
The world of nutrition has evolved faster than education or legislation and it’s time for nutrition experts to be at the forefront of new technologies set to shake the industry, because if you can’t beat them, you have to join them.
The European Commission (EC) is to implement regulation that authorises specification changes to the supplement ingredient coriander seed oil and human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) 2′-fucosyllactose (2’FL).
A combination of regulatory hurdles and growing consumer demand for more effective products means companies are looking for new ways to innovate with encapsulation technologies and delivery systems, say experts speaking to NutraIngredients.
The Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB) have secured a slice of a €56.4m EU funding pot to work with nutrition start-ups that include a digital platform delivering personalised nutrition services in Europe.