Program | Healthy Ageing 2017

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Risk factors for ageing and key ingredients to tackle them

This session identifies some of the most important emerging risk factors for ageing and looks at nutritional solutions to mitigate these risks.
We address the complexities of the ageing process and how lifestyle and nutrition can influence these over the course of a lifetime, setting us up for a healthy old age from an early age.


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Creating Food Supplements for an Aging Population

The silver aging demographic is on the rise.  Today, they make up the largest percentage of supplement users and they have the highest buying potential.  The want to maintain their physical and cognitive health longer and they have clear expectations as to how food supplements can help to achieve this.

Learn how Capsugel’s latest dosage forms and ingredients can help them achieve their goals with new insights into Lonza’s UC-II® un-denatured type II collagen for joint health and mobility.

  • Dominik Mattern
  • Dominik Mattern
  • Business Development Manager EMEA
  • Capsugel, Now a Lonza Company
  • LinkedIn Dominik Mattern
  • Stephane Vouche
  • Stephane Vouche
  • Marketing Manager Consumer Health and Nutrition
  • Capsugel, Now a Lonza Company

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Active Nutrition With Collagen Peptides

Active and agile: At an advanced age, the body must be supplied with sufficient protein to counter the natural breakdown of muscle mass. Elderly consumers around the world are becoming more aware of the relationship between food, sports and overall health.

Join us for this webinar and learn more about:
• Insights on elderly consumers perceptions of health benefits and needs
• Collagen peptides – the underestimated protein: benefits and study results
• Markets for collagen products in Europe and US
• Health food concepts with collagen – not only for elderly people

  • Gerhard Kuehn
  • Gerhard Kuehn
  • Head of Sales
  • nutrineo – health food solutions by Uelzena
  • Verena Claus
  • Verena Claus
  • Marketing / Product Manager
  • nutrineo – health food solutions by Uelzena

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Mobilee®: How to innovate in mobility and joint health with a clinically proven and low dose ingredient.

Healthy agers are increasingly concerned with maintaining an active lifestyle as a way to keep healthy. It is for this reason that products that support mobility and allow consumers to stay active are steadily growing.

Mobilee® is a patented ingredient, extracted from rooster combs, with high concentration of hyaluronic acid, other polysaccharides and collagen that improves mobility and supports joint health.

6 pre-clinical studies and 5 randomized clinical trials support Mobilee®’s efficacy, lubricating the joints, reducing joint discomfort and increasing muscle strength.

Mobilee®’s low dose (40-80 mg) make it very easy to formulate into a dietary supplement product or a functional food. Mobilee has Novel Food authorization and GRAS status.

 


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Panel debate: Getting the message out – gearing your products and marketing for people who don’t want to get old

Just because populations are ageing, it doesn’t mean they want to accept it! In this debate, we will explore how to develop products and target them towards people who have additional nutritional needs but do not identify with the label “old people”.
On the flip side, many frailer older people struggle with meeting nutritional demands because they cannot access the right products. We also discuss how to address the needs of this group through clearer marketing messages and better packaging solutions.

  • Patrick Coppens
  • Patrick Coppens
  • Director Regulatory & Scientific Affairs
  • Food Supplements Europe
  • LinkedIn Patrick Coppens
  • Will Chu
  • Will Chu
  • Science Editor
  • NutraIngredients and FoodNavigator
  • LinkedIn Will Chu