Will personalised nutrition technology transform our diets?

Personalised nutrition is the future. With science showing that even twins who share similar DNA have individualised health responses to food and drink, it’s clear that we need a more personal approach to our health and nutrition needs. How can we determine what is right for us, what we need to support our health, and what personalised nutrition technology tools can assist us?

Joining us in this latest episode in our series on personalised nutrition are Nard Clabbers, Chief Science Officer, Happ, and Philipp Schulte, CEO & Co-Founder, Baze Labs who will guide us through the personalised nutrition technology advances that will illuminate the diet that we need, and what the future will look like for this exciting sector of healthy food and drink.

About our panel

Nard Clabbers, Chief Science Officer, Happ

After his study of Human Nutrition at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, Nard Clabbers worked for the food industry for more than a decade as the liaison between marketing and science. In 2011 he joined Dutch research organisation TNO to lead the nutrition and health topic. Also at TNO, he then set up the world’s largest public-private research consortium on personalised nutrition and health. His current position is Chief Science Officer for the start-up company Happ.

Philipp Schulte, CEO & Co-Founder, Baze Labs

Philipp has spent the past 15 years working across the Life Sciences where he got a first-row view on the changing paradigms and new technologies that will turn the 21st century into the age of biology and undreamt of potentials. His own contribution to this vision is Baze which has the ambition to power micronutrient status optimisation as the foundation for health and wellness in the 21st century.

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Will personalised nutrition technology transform our diets?