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Learn about emerging microbiome science and recent trends in microbiome-related product launches.
The human microbiome hosts trillions of microbes and hundreds of bacterial species, it’s unique to each individual, and its composition can fluctuate regularly due to diet, stress and more. The bulk of bacterial microorganisms reside in the gut, making it a hot spot to further impact immune and brain health, weight and mental wellness. As science continues to unveil a range of ingredients with potential to impact the microbiome, the industry is charged with developing innovative products and further educating consumers about the space.
This session will cover:
Emerging microbiome science and whole-body health (digestion, immunity, heart, brain, skin, etc.)
Researched “-biotic” ingredients and formulation synergies that may help modulate gut microbiota
Related market data, challenges and opportunities, including consumer perceptions and behaviors
Recent trends in microbiome-related product launches and areas with promising white space
Senior Managing Editor, Informa Markets
Karen Butler is a senior managing editor at Informa Markets. For nearly 25 years, she’s worked in a variety of editorial roles, covering topics such as animal nutrition, functional food & beverage, and dietary supplement ingredients and trends. She most enjoys working behind the scenes as a copyeditor, as well as building community and supporting a team. Reach her at [email protected].
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