By Frederique Respondek, PhD According to Lumina Intelligence*, there is a huge increase of interest towards “postbiotic” and their associated health benefits with an increase of 1300% in Google search between 2019 and 2021; where do we stand from a..
by Falcao, Leila, PhD - Inaturals SAS - Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Our skin is home to millions of bacteria, fungi and viruses that compose the skin microbiome. Like those in our gut, skin microorganisms have essential roles in the protection against invading..
by Frédérique Respondek, phD and Katia Merten-Lenz (for the regulatory content) Probiotics are defined as ‘Live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host’. One of the key hurdle to use probiotics in food..
By Raphaelle O'CONNOR, PhD Natural nootropics, also commonly known as ‘cognitive enhancers’ are ingredients used by people who want to improve certain aspects of their brain functions such as memory, mental alertness, energy levels and concentration. This concept is not..
By Raphaelle O'CONNOR, PhD Immunity remains the hot topic of the moment as we have all realised the true importance our health plays in global pandemics such as the one we currently find ourselves in. Public health and hygiene practices..
by Raphaelle O'CONNOR, PhD When we think of superfoods, we tend to think of exotic, novel-sounding ingredients as being better than the common products that are readily available such as broccoli, berries, beetroot or oats. This article will focus on..
By Katia Merten-Lentz & Manon Ombredane Published at FoodNavigator 4 December 2019 Nowadays the list of ingredients on food labels tends to be shorter and the names simpler. But, putting aside this ‘clean label’ trend, does the average consumer still notice the claims appearing on..
By Raphaelle O'CONNOR Throughout this period of time where we are all dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic globally, I thought it would be a good time to write this article and share my thoughts on how we can best support..
By Raphaelle O'Connor, PhD Modern consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the relationship between their nutritional food habits and their health. This trend for healthier foods and beverages, in addition to a growing need for convenience and naturality within the..
by Leila Falcao Global clean label ingredient market is expected to value USD 47.50 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 6.8%. Mainly those which are obtained by minimal process, have simpler ingredient composition and can be claimed natural on the..