The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) recently published a consensus paper defining postbiotics as: “A preparation of inanimate microorganisms and/or their components that confers a health benefit on the host”.
While this definition has been challenged, it is seen by many as a good to place to start to help everyone – researchers, industry, consumers – have a baseline understanding of these ingredients.
But what does the science show? What brands are in the marketplace communicating about these ingredients? Where are the knowledge gaps? What do consumers understand about postbiotics and is there confusion around all the different -biotic ingredients in the marketplace?
An upcoming FREE webinar hosted by NutraIngredients-USA will answer these questions and more. We’ve convened a crack team of experts to explore all aspects of the emerging category and provide actionable insights and highlight key opportunities for the next decade.
The webinar will take place Thursday, December 8 at 11am Central (Chicago) time.
To register for FREE, please click HERE.
Meet our expert panelists:
Aubrey Levitt, Co-Founder & CEO, Postbiotics+
Hariom Yadav, PhD, University of South Florida, and CSO of Postbiotics Inc.
Jessica ter Haar, PhD, Scientific Director, International Probiotics Association (IPA)
Sandra Saville, RD, Education & Communication Director, IPA
Ewa Hudson, Director of Insights, Lumina Intelligence
The webinar will be moderated by Stephen Daniells, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, NutraIngredients-USA
This webinar is sponsored by:
EpiCor, Cargill: EpiCor postbiotic is a whole food fermentate clinically shown to support immune and gut health. It’s made through a specialized fermentation process that creates a unique fingerprint of metabolites including proteins, peptides, antioxidants, polyphenols, organic acids, nucleotides, polysaccharides (1-3 1-6, beta glucans) and mannans. When taken daily, EpiCor postbiotic acts like a multivitamin for the immune system.
LBiome, Stratum Nutrition: LBiome is a human strain-derived, heat-treated postbiotic (Lactobacillus LB) that has been used as a digestive aid for over a century. Researched in postbiotic form for over 100 years, LBiome is the “Pioneer in Postbiotics”, with 12 published clinical studies showing digestive health support for both adult and pediatric populations. LBiome provides the digestive benefits of a probiotic and the formulation flexibility of a spore, with none of the stability or manufacturing concerns.