The aim of new technologies, such as the PREVENTOMICS interventional studies, is often to improve health outcomes. However, these technologies might also incur costs. By combining these costs and benefits…
Different disease-inducing metabolic signatures to provide personalised nutrition from simple blood and urine samples.
Smart foods for product manufacturers adapted to personalised nutrition needs.
Personalised, digital and remote prompts to increase behavioural flexibility and move people to action.
To elaborate and deliver personalised nutritional recommendations based on the user’s profile to empower people to make healthier and more sustainable food choices.
Big Data and Artificial Intelligence technologies for diet customisation and a new service of personalised food manufacturing and delivery leveraging for the food industry.