PROMISS: Low protein intake in community-dwelling older adults
Speaking at the European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians (EFAD) conference held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on 28 and 29 September 2018, Marjolein Visser from the Department of Health Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, presented the unpublished findings of the on-going PROMISS (PRevention Of Malnutrition In Senior Subjects) trial. The PROMISS trial focuses on understanding and managing protein-energy malnutrition in community-dwelling older adults.
Gut microbiota may be potential target for better health outcome in elderly
Ageing has long been associated with decreased gastrointestinal (GI) function and adaptive capacity. It is also associated with changes in the composition of gut microbiota. A review by Ran An et al (2018) analyzed the association between age-related changes in gut microbiota and ageing.
A more sustainable food pattern: what does that look like?
Due to a growing world population and increasing prosperity, the demand for good nutrition that provides an optimal intake of nutrients with a low impact on the environment is growing (1). The science behind food sustainability is a developing area and it is important to consider both the nutritional and environmental impact of dietary advice.
FrieslandCampina to initiate one of the largest nutrition surveys with more than 18,000 children in Southeast Asia
Royal FrieslandCampina, a global dairy company, announced the initiation of the second Southeast Asia Nutrition Survey (SEANUTS II). The survey will study the nutritional status of more than 18,000 children in Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia, in close collaboration with reputable research institutes and universities.
Current Issues in Pediatric Nutrition and Metabolic Problems (CIPRIME) 2018
The FrieslandCampina Institution booth will be present at the seminar and workshop: The 9th Current Issues in Child Nutrition and Metabolic Problems (CIPRIME) organized by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia on December 1 - 2, 2018 at The Sultan Hotel & Residence, Jakarta.
FrieslandCampina Institute’s first appearance in China
On Nov 2nd-4th, we participated in the 2018 International Academic Congress of MCNC for Forum on Maternal and Child Nutrition & 2018 Academic Annual Meeting on Maternal and Child Nutrition.
New review on milk and bone health
Milk is a natural source of protein, vitamin B2 and B12, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and iodine. Protein, calcium and phosphorus are among the many nutrients that contribute to bone maintenance. A review by Van den Heuvel and Steijns (2018) provides a scientific overview on the topic of milk and bone health.
FrieslandCampina Institute values your opinion
Your opinion about the FrieslandCampina Institute is very important to us! Since we want to provide the best possible service, we would like to gain an insight into the opinion of nutrition and health professionals (working in Belgium, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Philippines or Malaysia) about the FrieslandCampina Institute and our services.
19th World School Milk Day
Started by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN), World School Milk Day falls on 26th September this year. It was started as an initiative to create awareness of school milk programs and celebrate the benefits of the programs.
Recommendations for optimal nutrition care in the elderly
During the 40th European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) conference held on 1-4 September 2018 in Madrid, there was much attention on the importance of good nutrition for elderly persons and geriatric patients. A group of scientists presented recommendations for the best nutritional care in the elderly to prevent undesired weight loss and reduced fluid balance.