December 8, 2020
Sponsored by Diana Food
Joint mobility issues will continue to affect millions. With our global population age increasing, obesity rates still on the rise and growing interest in physical activity, consumers seek alternative and natural joint relief solutions that are effective and safe. Diana Food, a major supplier of natural ingredients, has developed a joint health ingredient from a unique extraction process using chicken cartilage.
Derived from 100% chicken cartilage, ChondrActiv®, composed of type II collagen, chondroitin sulfate and hyaluronic acid, provides a label friendly solution for joint discomfort. Supported by gold standard double-blind placebo controlled clinical studies, ChondrActiv® is food grade, water soluble, colorless, allergenic free, flavorless, eco-friendly and fully traceable and can be combined with polyphenol and other novel ingredients to address oxidative stress, helping to maintain long term joint health.
Don't miss the opportunity to learn more about innovative formulation possibilities with ChondrActiv®. You may submit questions within the platform which will be supplied to the presenter, and you can download the presentation for reference!
Why is Chondractiv® a better choice than native collagen?
Is Chondractiv® available for the US market?
What delivery formats are most suitable, and, can Chondractiv® be used in a beverage?
Dosage, and what is the supporting clinical evidence for joint health?
How long does one to take Chondractiv® to experience benefits?
Francine Schoenwetter, Content Marketing Director, Informa Markets Health & Nutrition
Joyce L. Cascella, Business Development Manager Health & Nutrition, Diana Food
Joyce supports Diana Food’s marketing initiatives in the Health, Wellness and Nutrition industries. She is a global specialist with broad experience in sales, marketing and business development; innovating with science to create the consumer experience in the business to business arena. Joyce earned her degree in Food Science and Nutrition from Cornell University and is a member of IFT and an IMD Alumni.
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