Functional ingredients identification and substantiation  

3D cover Functional ingredient identification and substantiation

Before a health benefit can be linked to food or food ingredients, one or more intervention trials in human subjects are required in most cases, as evidence. However, in vitro studies can be essential in providing evidence for health claim substantiation. 

Download this whitepaper and find out how in vitro models can support your search for health benefit substantiation by NIZO’s expertise on:  

✔️ Gut health and immunity in the gastro intestinal tract 

✔️ Selection and appraisal of gut health-supporting food ingredients 

✔️ Intestinal cell and tissue culture models 

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