The gut microbiome has become an area of great interest. With scientific research on this topic increasing exponentially in the last decade, a compelling new way to think about health and nutrition in terms of the gut's microorganisms has emerged: Probiotics, fermented foods, and prebiotics may provide a safe approach to dietary management of many modern health challenges. As a Healthcare or Senior Living foodservice operator, understanding the science and consumer perceptions on this topic could help you better serve your patients and residents.
Watch our webinar to learn about fermented foods, the difference between pre- and probiotics and the impact they have on health. By the end of the webinar, you'll understand how pre- and probiotics contribute to health, as well as how to advise patients and residents seeking to support their gut microbiota.
Ravi Menon, PhD.
Senior Principal Scientist
Suzanne Skapyak, MS, RD.
Mary Ellen Sanders, PhD.
Daily & Food Technologies;
Executive Science Officer
International Scientific AssociationFor Probiotics and Prebiotics