A1006 Opportunity Study for Health Platform Ingredients

Have a look at our PowerPoint Introduction and Brochure describing deliverables, differentiators and case studies. Eight case studies can also be reviewed.

Objective and Background

The purpose of this study was to assist our client in identifying potential partnerships or acquisition targets of entities offering ingredients or products for application in food or food supplements with the following attributes: Aging-Related Conditions, Weight Management and Immune Health.

Method

The main contents of the study are based on sources available to CPL including in-house databases and an extensive network of contacts in addition to public sector information (published, internet etc.). Additional information was sought from key contacts within the industries concerned as appropriate.

CPL identified those clients and contacts from previous work in the food ingredients sector, that might have opportunities in the areas of interest and contact was made. Public sector bodies including research institutes and centres, universities and technology transfer groups were also contacted.

Scientific literature and patent databases were searched for people and companies working in the areas of focus to identify whether there were opportunities, products, clinical trials or related ongoing research.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary

    Objective
    Method
    Principal Findings
    Recommendations

Target Platforms

    Mechanistic Opportunities: Sirutin Activators, PPAR & AMPK Modulators
    Mechanistic Opportunities: CREB and MAP Kinase Pathways
    Enabling Technologies / Delivery Vehicles
    Optic, Brain & Neural Functions
    Flavanoids
    Immune Health Related Platform – Bone and Joint Health
    Immune Platform
    Flaxseed Lignan: Secoisolariciresinol Diglucoside (SDG) in Weight Management
    Beta 1-6 Glucans (Yeast & Fungal)
    Anti-Inflamatory Peptides
    Anti-Inflamatory Peptides from Milk
    Anti-Inflamatory Peptides from Chicken Hydrolysates
    Weight Management-Related Platform (Metabolic Syndrome, Cardiovascular, Diabetes)
    Metabolic Syndrome Diabetes
    Metabolic Syndrome Weight Management
    Fucoxanthin and Phlorotannins in SIRT1 Regulated Pathways
    Pro and Prebiotics

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