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Ausgabe 1/2011

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Wellness Foods & Supplements
Erscheinungstermin: 28.04.2011

For little ones to grow …

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Vitality comes from within
Healthy, lively, energetic and vital – that’s how we want our babies to grow up. Minerals are essential in baby food. In the growth phase, the healthy development of bones and teeth requires calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. Iron and potassium also play an important part in maintaining a healthy heart and blood circulation. Infant formulas provide proteins, minerals and other nutrients that give babies a healthy start in life.


How to convince even children with whole grain products

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An innovative flour from White Wheat offers a mild taste and pleasant appearance
Whole grain products are closely linked to various positive health benefits. They deliver high amounts of important vitamins, minerals, fibre and phytonutrients, which all play their part in keeping the body healthy. For children in particular, a balanced diet high in fibre and nutrients is crucial. But herein lies the problem: There is no other consumer group that sticks more rigidly to the belief that “Taste is king”. While health conscious adults are more tolerant of taste if a product promotes health, this is not the case with children. Whole grain products, which have a slightly bitter taste, are especially unpopular amongst children. With its innovative Snow®Wheat flour, however, Kampffmeyer Food Innovation GmbH provides a whole grain flour which links the nutritional advantages of whole grain with the taste and colour of standard white flour. For children’s products especially, Snow®Wheat provides a healthy and tasty solution.

Herz- und Kreislaufgesundheit

Black garlic: heart health without the odour

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An extract of fermented garlic is scientifically proven to support the cardiovascular system
The health benefits of garlic are widely known, but because of its equally well-known and somewhat antisocial malodorous side effects, most people shy away from consuming it in large quantities. Even when the dry extract is added to dietary supplements, the familiar odour is usually still present. However, when fresh garlic is fermented and becomes black garlic, it loses its undesirable odour yet retains its health benefits. Indeed, black garlic actually has greater antioxidant activity than its fresh counterpart. These factors alone make black garlic far more appealing than fresh – not only in terms of taste and smell as a food ingredient, but also for use in dietary supplements.

AstaREAL®, natural Astaxanthin – Nature’s way to fight the metabolic syndrome

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The number of people with metabolic syndrome is increasing rapidly around the world. The metabolic syndrome is a cluster of risk factors that will increase the risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes type 2. The risk factors include obesity, hypertension, high blood lipids and insulin resistance. Increased oxidative stress followed by a low chronic inflammation is an underlying cause of developing the metabolic syndrome.


How to design clinical studies for joint health

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Quantifying the mobility-enhancing effects of foods Getting up in the morning, walking down to the station, taking home the groceries or joining a yoga class in the evening are normal daily activities, which we take for granted. However, no matter how old we are, many of us experience limited mobility caused by joint pain and stiffness after unaccustomed exercise such as sport or as a consequence of general aging.


Seminar: Health Claims

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How many health claims can a food company afford?
The functional food market is stagnating: Following great initial success, in Germany the share of products with additional health benefits has remained constant at around 4.5 billion euros since 2006, according to the consultants IBH Retail. Since the Health Claims Regulation (HCR) went into force in 2007, foodstuffs may only be sold with health-related advertising claims if they are scientifically proven, for which long transitional periods apply, as are still in effect today. Health claims are investigated in advance by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for their truthfulness. The seminar on Special Health Claims held in March 2011 in Munich by the Z I E L–TUM Academy in cooperation with the Harrison Clinical Research and the Nutrition cluster, examined the topic from various perspectives – from the viewpoint of industry and business.