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ILSI Europe’s Session on ‘The Role of Pre- and Probiotics in Health: the Potential, the Difficulties and the Caveats’ at 7th BMC 2018

The 7th Beneficial Microbes Conference Pre- and Probiotics for Lifelong Human and Animal Health
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2018-11-26 – 2018-11-28

ILSI Europe’s session on ‘The Role of Pre- and Probiotics in Health: the Potential, the Difficulties and the Caveats’ at the 7th Beneficial Microbes Conference Pre- and Probiotics for Lifelong Human and Animal Health (BMC) 2018, will take place from the 26-28 November 2018 in the Hotel Casa Amsterdam in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

For more information about 7th Beneficial Microbes Conference, please visit the official conference website: https://www.beneficialmicrobes2018.org/

SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE SESSION

PROGRAMME

Chair: Prof. Koen Venema, University of Maastricht, NL

ILSI Europe – Prebiotics, Probiotics and the Gut Microbiota
Dr Tobias Recker, ILSI Europe, BE

Pro- and Prebiotics: The Long and Windy Road from Believe to Health Claim
Prof. Bruno Pot, Yakult Europe, The Netherlands

Designing Next Generation Prebiotics for Lifelong Health
Prof. Robert Rastall, University of Reading, Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences, UK

Translational Analysis of Probiotic Modes of Action
Prof. Sarah Lebeer, University of Antwerp, Department of Bioengineering, BE

Design and Conduct of Human Gut Microbiome Intervention Studies Relating to Functional Foods
Dr Jonathan Swann, Imperial College London, Department of Surgery and Cancer, UK

CONTACT

For more information about the session programme, please contact our Senior Scientific Project Manager Dr Tobias Recker at trecker@ilsieurope.be.

For more information about ILSI Europe’s Prebiotics, Probiotics and Functional Foods Task Forces please have a look at the respective websites.