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Thursday, March 7, 2019
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NOL, Nutraveris Online, the most efficient data solution to create, keep up-to-date and launch your products in the 28 EU member states, used for 10years by more than 500 industry leaders informs you:

 

This systematic review and meta-analysis focusses on the effects of resveratrol on obesity measures. 28 clinical trial shave been compiled. Supplementation ranged from 8 to 3000 mg/day of resveratrol (median 300 mg/day) and duration from 4 to 52 weeks (median 12 weeks). The authors included studies conducted in healthy subjects, or patients with type 2 diabetes, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, metabolic syndrome, overweight/obesity or patients with schizophrenia or Alzheimer’s disease.

resveratrol

Results showed that resveratrol reduced body weight (weighted mean difference (WMD) = -0.51 kg, 95% Ci: -0.94, -0.09, p = 0.02), BMI (WMD = -0.17 kg/m², 95% CI: -0.32, -0.03, p = 0.02) and waist circumference (WMD = -0.79 cm, 95% CI: -1.39, -0.2, p = 0.009). Conversely, no change has been measured on fat mass. Resveratrol was effective in studies assessing the effects of dosage of < 500 mg/day, with long term intervention (> 3 months) or in people with obesity.

 

Therefore, this meta-analysis reports a small but significant effect of resveratrol an anthropometric measures.

 

 

Mousavi SM, Milajerdi A, Sheikhi A, Kord-Varkaneh H, Feinle-Bisset C, Larijani B, Esmaillzadeh A. Resveratrol supplementation significantly influences obesity measures: a systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Obes Rev. 2019 Mar;20(3):487-498.

 

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With NOL let’s : 

  • Formulate new innovative products
  • Check if your already existing formulas are still compliant with the in force regulations
  • Adapt your existing formulas to the requirements of other European countries where you are willing to export them
  • Do scientific & regulatory & marketing monitoring which enable to anticipate the withdrawal of products, the safety issues, new interesting scientific studies, the arrival of new players on the market…

 

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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NOL, Nutraveris Online, the most efficient data solution to create, keep up-to-date and launch your products in the 28 EU member states, used for 10years by more than 500 industry leaders informs you:

 

The delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/128 supplementing Regulation (EU) No 609/2013 as regards the specific compositional and information requirements for food for special medical purposes applies (instead of Directive 1999/21/EC) since 22 February 2019 for FSMP developed to satisfy the nutritional requirements of people other than infants.

 

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The main changes in comparison with Directive 1999/21/EC are the following:

  • Clarification on the nutrition declaration linked to FIC Regulation (1169/2011).
  • Ban of the use of nutrition and health claims (voluntary) on FSMP.

 

For FSMP developed to satisfy the nutritional requirements of infants, this Regulation shall apply from 22 February 2020, as the delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/127 concerning infant formula and follow-on formula.

 

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With NOL let’s : 

  • Formulate new innovative products
  • Check if your already existing formulas are still compliant with the in force regulations
  • Adapt your existing formulas to the requirements of other European countries where you are willing to export them
  • Do scientific & regulatory & marketing monitoring which enable to anticipate the withdrawal of products, the safety issues, new interesting scientific studies, the arrival of new players on the market…

 

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Friday, March 1, 2019
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NOL, Nutraveris Online, the most efficient data solution to create, keep up-to-date and launch your products in the 28 EU member states, used for 10years by more than 500 industry leaders informs you:

 

This randomized, open-label, placebo-controlled and crossover study examined the effects of fresh pear consumption (2 pears per day for 12 weeks) in middle-aged/older adults with metabolic syndrome.

The effects of pear was compared to a calorie-matched control drink. Both supplementation periods were separated by a 4-week washout.

pear

After 12 weeks, a trend to decreased in systolic blood pressure (p = 0.07) and a significant decreased in pulse pressure (p < 0.05) has been noted after the pear supplementation. Moreover, leptin concentrations were lower in the pear group than in controls (p < 0.05). In addition, waist circumference was lower after pear supplementation than after the control drink (p < 0.05). Similarly, waist-to-hip ratio was significant lower in the pear group in comparison to control at 6 and 12 weeks (p < 0.05 for both).

 

Therefore, this study suggest that consumption of 2 pears per day can improve the cardiometabolic health and reduce some anthropometric measures in subjects with metabolic syndrome.

 

Navaei N, Pourafshar S, Akhavan NS, Litwin NS, Foley EM, George KS, Hartley SC, Elam ML, Rao S, Arjmandi BH, Johnson SA. Influence of daily fresh pear consumption on biomarkers of cardiometabolic health in middle-aged/older adults with metabolic syndrome: a randomized controlled trial. Food Funct. 2019 Feb 5.

 

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With NOL let’s : 

  • Formulate new innovative products
  • Check if your already existing formulas are still compliant with the in force regulations
  • Adapt your existing formulas to the requirements of other European countries where you are willing to export them
  • Do scientific & regulatory & marketing monitoring which enable to anticipate the withdrawal of products, the safety issues, new interesting scientific studies, the arrival of new players on the market…

 

More information on www.nutraveris.com

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Thursday, February 28, 2019
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European legislative framework:

Food supplements, Novel foods,FSMP…and BREXIT outcomes.

 

carte europe

 

Next March 13th at Brussels, we will run our successful training session covering the FOOD SUPPLEMENTS legislative framework: from the basics to the last implementations.

We will also cover specific Frontier products such as FSMP (Food for Special Nutritional Purposes) and the new regulation in place on NOVEL FOODS.

The last but not the least, the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) will update us on the BREXIT OUTCOMES : How, when, what next !

Let’s evaluate your knowledge and seize new opportunities.

Best regards

 

Cédric BOURGES, PhD in Pharmacy, Founder and President

 

Program

·    The essential legal bases related to general food law and food supplements

·    Composition: Ingredients usable in food supplements & The new Novel Food Regulation, opportunities and constraints

·    Mandatory Labelling: legal mentions and warnings

·    Communication: Regulatory constraints in terms of voluntary communication

·    Foods for medical purposes (FSMP)

·    Brexit Outcomes: How, when, what next! Speaker: ESSNA/Whitehouse Consulting

Practical information :

NUTRAVERIS is a certified training organism No. 53 22 08444 22
Dates, times and location: March 13th from 9h to 18h at Brussels
Lunch included, on site with all participants and trainers

Teaching process : Power Point presentation and full support 

Price : 850 € HT or 550 € HT for Nutraveris customers (2017 & 2018) and 450 € HT for any additionnal participant of the same company

For any further information, do not hesitate to contact: Patricia PAUGAM p.paugam@nutraveris.com  +332 96 76 54 87

 See the full program here 
 Oneline Registration here 

Speakers

Cédric BOURGES / Founder – Chief Executive Officer

Cedric BOURGES has a PhD in Pharmacy and Pharmacology, a MBA and a master degree in Food Law. In January 2006, he created the consultancy NUTRAVERIS and surrounded himself with numerous experts, experienced executives coming from industry, mastering various and complementary know-how (formulation, manufacturing processes, clinical studies, research, preparation of European files, regulatory affairs), or narrowly specialized and synergetic training (Pharmacist, PhD, Agro-food engineers, Master degree in Law and in Nutrition and Health, …). Thanks to its solid, mature and well-organized scientific and regulatory departments, the strength of the NUTRAVERIS consultancy lies in an expert, complementary, dynamic and responsive team.

We are resolutely focused on the client’s satisfaction and success, providong tailored and strategic solutions.

 

Thomas PAUQUAI / Scientific Department Manager

 

Thomas PAUQUAI has a PhD in Physiology & Physiopathology. Head of Scientific department, he and his team prepare and submit successful health claim and Novel Food dossiers, formulate innovative health products, submit patents, and perform medical writing justifying the efficacy and safety of Health & Nutrition products.

 

 

Amélie DENIS / Regulatory Department Manager

Amélie DENIS is an agri-food engineer. Head of the Regulatory department, she and her team advise our clients on developments, applications and interpretations of regulatory texts in the 28 Member States of the European Union. Highly operational, the team analyzes the compliance of the compositions, labeling rules, communications and successfully notify all over Europe more than 2000 food supplements, sports products, foods for special medical purposes, fortified foods, infant nutrition products.

 

Andrea GUTIERREZ-SOLANA / ESSNA / The White house consultancy / EU food and nutrition policy consultant

AndreaAndrea GUTIERREZ-SOLANA holds a dual bachelor’s degree in Law and Political Science and a Master’s in European Union Law. She is a consultant at The Whitehouse Consultancy, where she supports and advises clients on a range of issues including food and nutrition policy. She also supports companies assessing the viability of entry into new markets and helps them navigate the uncertainties surrounding Brexit. Andrea has a comprehensive knowledge of EU policies, having previously held positions in Brussels where she gained substantial experience in EU trade policy and agri-food regulations.

 

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019
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