How will personalised nutrition become mainstream?
New research into gut health and nutrition has revealed that our response to food is very individual. Even identical twins have shown to have different metabolic reactions when consuming the same meals in research studies. As this awareness grows, and consumers become conscious of its impact, the demand for personalised nutrition is set to sky-rocket as people focus on their long term health and wellbeing.
What are the scientific breakthroughs being made in the personalised nutrition space? How is data being used to give people a greater insight into their personal diet and health? How will technology advance in the future and what areas will see the most growth? Join our panel including TNO Healthy Living, The Future Laboratory, The Naked Nutritionist, and Rabobank as the Table Talk Podcast looks at the exciting future for personalised nutrition.
About our panel
Nard Clabbers, Senior Business Developer, Personalised Nutrition & Health, TNO Healthy Living
As a committed mountain bike racer, nutritionist, strategic thinker and a type 1 diabetic himself, Nard believes that measuring aspects of your health, knowing your behaviour and using that information for personalised advice will be the future of food and healthcare.
For the Dutch knowledge institute TNO, he has set up a large international research consortium together with Wageningen Research that investigates the technical and social innovations that will enable personalised nutrition through consumer empowerment. This pre-competitive public private consortium is unique in combining different scientific expertise across the whole value chain of personalised nutrition and using real world field labs.
Tom Savigar, Founder of Avansere AS & Co-owner, The Future Laboratory
For two decades, Tom have been making a better future happen for the world’s best known corporations. However, more often than not, even the best foresight, strategies and innovations to deliver positive social and environmental impact lie on the shelf unused, or worse still on the workshop room floor. To tackle this, at the dawn of the 2020s, via Avansere Tom now focuses on what will really matter to all of us in the decades ahead — accelerating the transformation of industry systems that, if advanced, will ensure billions of people live well within planetary boundaries. Indeed, Avansere fullest expression and deepest satisfaction comes from foreseeing and solving complex future human and environmental need puzzles; and simplifying the transition through these puzzles so that everyone can move forwards and prosper.
Daniel O’Shaughnessy, The Naked Nutritionist
Daniel discovered nutrition through suffering from some personal nutritional issues, including acne and fatigue. Through genetic and functional testing, he was able to understand factors which helped alleviate his symptoms, giving him more energy, and a full understanding of how he was meant to function. He is a firm believer in personalised nutrition and wants you to understand your body holistically, transform your life, and feel great. His programmes have worked for thousands of people internationally who have benefited from weight loss, better skin, more energy, and less stress. Let him help transform you and get you to the place you want to be in your own skin. He has recently completed further training to become a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner which there are only about 30 practitioners in the UK. This is the Gold Standard in Functional Medicine training so his clients are assured he is working to the highest level possible.
Cyrille Filott, Global Strategist Consumer Foods, Rabobank
Cyrille Filott is global strategist for Consumer Foods, responsible for setting and executing the research agenda for the Consumer Foods franchise within Rabobank globally. This includes thematic and industry research as well as company insights. Within the sector he is focusing on thematic research and the baked goods chain. He and the team publish research that is relevant to food companies worldwide. Next to that Cyrille is the host of the Consumer Foods-to-Go podcast series, a bi-weekly podcast that discusses important topics in the food sector. Cyrille spends most of his time discussing sector issues with food & agribusiness corporates. He is very frequently invited at C-suite meetings to bring insights and to discuss business strategies in food.