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Slow carbs improve your metabolism. It’s a no brainer for consumers at all life stages.

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Duration:30 minutes

Abstract:

In Europe 75% of consumers say they will make greater attempts to eat healthier. Blood glucose management is already in the consumer’s focus – 45% people globally (even 49% of Americas) believe slow-released carbohydrates are better for their health. This webinar gives insight how a lower glycaemic blood glucose and insulin profile in a carbohydrate-rich diet can be beneficial in every stage of life. It also addresses sports requirements. Low-glycaemic product launches are on the rise! Understand the science and apply it to support consumers in their efforts to eat healthy.

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Speakers

Anke Sentko

Vice President Regulatory Affairs & Nutrition Communication

BENEO-Institute

After graduating from the University of Bonn, Germany in 1982 with a diploma in Nutrition Science, Anke has worked for the food industry in the areas of nutrition, communication, legislation and approval processes worldwide.

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