ILSI India Publications
This review encompasses the developments published at national and international levels on the role of dietary and nutritional factors as also lifestyle on brain development and brain health through the life course over the last 10 years.
Multiple factors affect cognitive health, such as age-related changes in the brain, injuries, mood disorders, substance abuse, and diseases. While some cannot be changed, evidence exists of many potentially possibly modifiable lifestyle factors: diet, physical activity, cognitive and social engagement, smoking and alcohol consumption which may stabilize or improve declining cognitive function.
This review provides a brief historical and regulatory perspective and describes the technical aspects of the various dairy based probiotic enriched foods, and their nutritional and health advantages.
The Seminar look at current approaches for conducting Clinical Evaluation / Intervention Studies for Foods in India, the Importance of National Regulations, Data Requirements for Substantiation of Claim, Ethical Issues, Good Clinical Practices, Role of Stakeholders (FBOs, CROs, Regulators) in conducting Clinical Evaluation Activities and Best Practices for Conducting Clinical Evaluation.