by Raymond Nolet, MiFood
The company MiFood has the objective to promote individual health of healthy people against the various welfare diseases. This is done by developing and selling additional fruits and vegetable mixes, in both dry and wet form.
The research and development activities take place in the Nutritional Concepts Lab at the Brightlands Campus Healthy and save Food in Venlo, where the necessary equipment is available.
The healthy bioactive substances in the starting material are retained as much as possible during processing. Therefore the product temperature does not exceed 35 degrees Celsius. The machinery in the NCL has many options such as:
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Krizia Ferrini, cereneo Schweiz AG | center for neurology & rehabilitation, will speak at Healthy Nutrition Conference, on June 26, during AgriFood Innovation Event in Venlo, The Netherlands.
The general purpose of the LIFANA Nutrition Solution is to help elderly people maintaining their BMI as their metabolism is changing with age and their eating habits eventually need to be reconsidered. LIFANA provides a personalized meal plan that helps users to prevent undernutrition or overweight and to reach their weight goals. Users with limited mobility require assistance with their shopping tasks, therefore LIFANA integrates informal caregivers in the process and provides a connection to a grocery delivery service.
The LIFANA approach is based on meal recommendations instead of food logging to make its usage more convenient by reducing the required interaction with the system, since only deviations from the plan need to be reported. The solution also keeps nutritionists in the loop to benefit from their experience and support their work for clients through ICT.
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Nard Clabbers, TNO, will speak at Healthy Nutrition Conference, on June 26, during AgriFood Innovation Event in Venlo, The Netherlands.
Personalised nutrition can be seen as a technological innovation (wearables to track health, artificial intelligence, 3D food printers to make thé ultimate food for you, etc.) but it is a social innovation as well, or even more so. Knowing who you are giving advice to and what motivates these individuals to change their behaviour is often more complex than the coolest tech gadget.
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