In conversation with APAC's nutrition research pioneers. A podcast brought to you by the team behind NutraIngredients-Asia.com.
Innovation opportunity: Newly crowned NutraChampion sees huge scope to cater to Thailand’s ageing population
Like several Asian countries, Thailand is experiencing a greying population. While interest in healthy ageing is high, the level of innovation for this category of products remain relatively low.
Local food sources for sports nutrition: Rice biopeptides and palm oil among prospects – Malaysian expert
Sports nutrition research coming out of Malaysia could explore local foods sources, such as palm oil, goat’s milk, and black pepper, said the vice-president of Nutrition Society of Malaysia, who has previously studied biopeptides extracted from locally grown rice on athletes.
CBD and cancer pain relief: India’s national research institute boss outlines study plans – LISTEN
India’s national research agency is hoping to study cannabidiol (CBD) and its effects on cancer pain relief, the director of the agency has revealed in our latest NutraChampion podcast.
Three is the magic number: Australia’s CSIRO principal scientist reveals how to deliver high-quality nutra trials– LISTEN
With consumers increasingly demanding scientifically-validated nutra products and ingredients, one of the key scientists in Australia’s national research agency has revealed the three factors that are crucial for a high-quality trial.
Beyond mimicking breastmilk: Why infant nutrition R&D should assess gut-brain axis and benefits into adulthood – LISTEN
Future infant nutrition research should look into the link between nutrients and gut-brain axis and even its impacts decades later when a child reaches adulthood, instead of merely mimicking human breast milk and focusing on only height and weight gain.
Personalised probiotics: Thai academic unveils prototype for customised probiotics dispenser – LISTEN
A Thai researcher has invented a personalised probiotics dispenser machine that supplies consumers with probiotics strains that they lack in their gut, using bioinformatics and artificial intelligence (AI).
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