IPA's popular one-day regulatory and scientific workshop is set to return to Washington DC for a third consecutive year. Probiotics are unique. Whether considering manufacture, storage, stability or analysis, probiotics are different than other food and dietary supplement categories. As such, … [Read more...] about IPA Regulatory Workshop in DC: October 25, 2018
Flow Cytometry as a Potential Method of Measuring Bacterial Viability in Probiotic Products: A Comprehensive Review Martin G. Wilkinson, University of Limerick, Ireland Presented at Probiota 2018, February 7-9, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain This paper was commissioned by International … [Read more...] about Flow Cytometry as a Potential Method of Measuring Bacterial Viability in Probiotic Products
If one is good then more is better. This seems to be the prevailing wisdom in multi-strain probiotic dosing, whether through food additives or supplements. The thinking behind this assumption is compelling: more strains may hit more targets and maybe even add up to more than the sum of the … [Read more...] about Multi-strain probiotics: better than single-strain?
Probiotics Resource Center – Lecture Schedule VitaFoods Europe May 15-18, 2018 Day 1: Tuesday, May 15th 2018 11:00 - 11:30: Interaction between gut microbiota and the immune system Over 1000 clinical studies with probiotics have addressed over 700 different conditions. Past studies … [Read more...] about Lecture Lineup for Probiotics Resource Center at Vitafoods Europe
Mary Poppins got it right: a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. Gummi candy infused with Vitamin C was originally marketed to please picky children. Now it seems adults too like a little sugarcoating on their supplements. Probiotic gummies have arrived in a big way—a loop around last … [Read more...] about Probiotic Gummies Help the Medicine Go Down
IPA’s George Paraskevakos met up with Rosanna Pecere of IPA Europe (both Exec. Directors) at R&D Microbiome and Business Forum in Rotterdam. … [Read more...] about George Paraskevakos & Rosanna Pecere in Rotterdam for Probiotics Congress