Nestlé Health Science - Advancing the Therapeutic Role of Nutrition
SPEAKER 1: One company is advancing the therapeutic role of nutrition, today for tomorrow and together. For surgery and cancer, we are doing more.
PIERRE DECHELOTTE: Of course, there's a lot of opportunity for nutrition in the field of oncology. And we expect in the future to have new products able to modulate the [INAUDIBLE] and increase appetite, and give the patients all the best chances to face the disease.
SPEAKER 1: Helping master the microbiome, progressing innovations for unmet needs.
ROGER POMERANTZ: Echobiotics, which are the drugs that we develop at Series Therapeutics, are made of rationally-designed ecosystems, consortia of bacteria, that you use to make a sick or disbiotic microbiome well again.
SPEAKER 1: Empowering people to take control.
KATE SCARLATA: I have found the low FODMAP diet to be the most rewarding and effective for managing IBS symptoms. We really see this-- an area that's expanding and an interest in the US.
SPEAKER 1: Fast-forwarding therapies from the food proteome.
ROBERT CONNELLY: We identify the amino acid signature that will restore balance in the cell and restore health in the system. Then we go into the food-- what we call a food proteome, which is essentially the human diet-- and we identify individual proteins that have that amino acid signature that we need to administer at a therapeutic dose to restore balance in the cell.
SPEAKER 1: In pediatric epilepsy, generating solutions for a shared goal-- seizure control.
SPEAKER 2: My son's now five. We've been on the diet for 18 months. He's on the FCT diet. We've seen quite a drop in his seizures, and more awareness and cognitive skills.
SPEAKER 1: Specialized supplementation for the rising aspirations of age.
SPEAKER 3: I'm not about to swim this slowly.
SPEAKER 1: Disarming dysphasia, developing innovative technical and nutritional solutions for swallowing difficulty.
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SPEAKER 1: And cow's milk protein allergy enabling earlier, informed intervention.
YVAN VANDENPLAS: Comes as a real breakthrough because it helps the physician to better recognize those children with delayed specific reactions related to cow's milk.
SPEAKER 1: This is an innovation frontier, expanding the boundaries of nutrition, health, and wellness.
At Nestlé Health Science, we are empowering healthier lives through cutting-edge scientific research and nutritional therapy. Our Nestlé Product Technology Center and U.S. Headquarters, based in the heart of the east coast’s growing bioscience corridor, provides a flexible and collaborative work environment that accelerates innovation and supports individual growth.
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