Lactium® is a milk protein hydrolysate which contains a bioactive decapeptide with soothing properties. The peptide, also called a-casozepine, is isolated from a milk protein thanks to a "food grade" tryptic hydrolysis. Lactium® decreases stress-related symptoms and helps to cope with occasional and everyday stress. Lactium® does not cause any drowsiness, habituation, memory loss, sedation or addiction.
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Dairy Products - Natural and Imitation,Nutraceutical and Functional Food Ingredients
Ingredia Nutritional specializes in the development, manufacturing and marketing of natural, premium, innovative nutritional ingredients and solutions, with scientifically proven efficacy.
On the markets of dietary supplements, functional foods and drinks, and specialized nutrition (dietetic, sports, infant, clinical…), Ingredia Nutritional commits itself to supplying top-of-the-range ingredients, some of which have granted health claim authorizations from Authorities, in a perspective of continuous innovation.
Ingredia Nutritional also provides its customers with strong marketing and regulatory support and customer-reliable partnerships, for the success of their end products.
19 Sep 2017 --- Naturex has signed a global distribution agreement via its Open Innovation program (Ingenium) with Colorado-based start-up MycoTechnology for its PureTaste, a shiitake mushroom plant protein with nine essential and 11 non-essential amino acids.
18 Sep 2017 --- The way in which the markets of sports nutrition and health and wellbeing are merging is presenting a unique challenge for companies in the nutritional space. Clare Baker, Cambridge Commodities’ Head of Product Development, spoke with NutritionInsight about making a product that is popular across several market segments and other opportunities consumer trends in the nutritionals market currently present.
18 Sep 2017 --- Decreased glucose metabolism in medial prefrontal areas of the brain is associated with nutritional status in patients with prodromal and early Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to results from a Multimodal Neuroimaging for AD Diagnosis (MULNIAD) study. Nutritional problems, especially weight loss, are commonly seen in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease; however, the underlying mechanisms are not well understood.
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