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Gut microbiome & prebiotics:
Powerful synergy for health & prevention.

The human gut is home to the largest community of microbes that play a key role in maintaining host health and metabolic balance. Some of the most common questions about the gut microbiota, prebiotics and health will be answered in this symposium.

The symposium will be complemented with a live technical demonstration session on fibers and what they can do in a food matrix when it comes to recipe development and improvement of nutritional profiles. We will conclude with a panel of speakers and experts discussing the main themes of the symposium and answering questions.

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Our programme:

Jodi Nettleton Calgary University of at FNCE

The gut-brain axis:
links to disease and potential for prebiotics .

Jodi Nettleton, PhD.
University of Calgary

Raylene Reimer University of Calgary at FNCE

Prebiotics and gut microbiota:
how they work together to affect metabolic health

Raylene Reimer, PhD, RD.
University of Calgary

Andy Estal BENEO Inc at FNCE

Technical Demo:
fiber properties and their use to improve food quality

Andy Estal, BSc.
BENEO Inc.

Where and when?

Saturday Oct 26, 2019, 12:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Loews Philadelphia Hotel Downtown
1200 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19107

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