1st Scientific Day of the Food Science, Nutrition, and Human Nutrition Program

Published: May 30, 2023 by FME Lab

The 1st Scientific Day of the “Food Science, Nutrition, and Human Nutrition Program” was Tuesday, May 30th, 2023 at Campus Agro Paris-Saclay. Topics included Food transformation, Food transitions, Healthy eating and Personalized nutrition

Julien would like to express his gratitude for the invitation to participate in this day, where he had the opportunity to present in the session dedicated to personalized nutrition. He discussed how dietary habits, among other factors, can influence the symbiosis between the host and the intestinal microbiota. Furthermore, he highlighted the role of fermented food products in this equation.

During the event, he had the chance to engage with fellow scientists, exchanging knowledge and insights on the subject. It was inspiring to witness the collective efforts and ideas aimed at shaping the future of food science and nutrition.

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