Nutritional interventions at different life stages can play a decisive part in reducing the risk of developing degenerative diseases from dementia to diabetes, osteoporosis, cataracts and obesity.
Get the right nutrients at the right time, and we can significantly improve our quality of life.
So what does this mean for the way we develop and market foods in the future, and how do manufacturers persuade consumers to part with their hard-earned cash for products that may not yield a benefit for decades?
Find out in Frankfurt on February 7 at Life Stage Nutrition 2008, a conference brought to you by William Reed, the publisher of Food Ingredients, Health & Nutrition.
Featuring exclusive European research into the size of the market opportunity; case studies from Unilever, Lipid Nutrition, Martek Biosciences and Syral Beghin Meiji; marketing advice and the latest research from leading academics, this promises to be an event you cannot afford to miss!