Personalized nutrition is on the rise in terms of consumer interest in personalized solutions and in terms of innovation to bring solutions to nutrition marketplace. However, research is ultimately the driver that will unlock the potential for personalized nutrition.
Rachel Adams, managing editor, and Jennifer Cooper, vice president of research and development (R&D) and quality at TCC, discuss how research is driving the advancement and relevancy of personalized nutrition, including:
- Nutrigenetics vs. nutrigenomics;
- Research supporting the ability of nutrition to alter genetic makeup; and
- Research-based examples showing how the impact of nutrition varies on an individual basis.
Links and Resources:
- “Making Personalized Nutrition a Reality” Panel Discussion at SupplySide West in Las Vegas, Sept. 28 at 9 a.m.
- Why Should You Care About Personalized Nutrition?
- Why and How Consumers are Driving Personalization