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Basic hooded sweatshirt in pink

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ក្រសួងសុខាភិបាលនៃព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា សូជម្រាបជូនដលសាធារណជនទាំងអស់ឲ្យបានជ្រាបថា៖  យោងតាមការពិនិត្យឃើញលើបណ្តាញសង្គមហ្វេសប៊ុក (Facebook) រៀងរាល់ថ្ងៃ មានគណនីចំនួនបីឈ្មោះ   ១-White Skin House ២-White Skin House II   ៣-Gluta White Skin House បានកំពុងផ្សព្វផ្សាយផលិតផលបំប៉នសុខភាព ឬឱសថបំប៉នសុខភាព និងគ្រឿងសម្អាង គ្មានក្រុមហ៊ុននាំចូលត្រឹមត្រូវ  គ្មានចុះបញ្ជិកា គ្មានការត្រួតពិនិត្យ និងគ្មានច្បាប់អនុញ្ញាតឲ្យផ្សព្វផ្សាយពីក្រសួងសុខាភិបាលឡើយ ហើយគណនីខាងលើនេះបានផ្សព្វផ្សាយអួតអាង បំផ្លើសហួសពីការពិត ដូចជាជួយបង្រួមសាច់ដុំទ្វារមាសឲ្យតឹងណែន បណ្តឹងដើមទ្រូងឲ្យមូលក្លំស្អាត ជាដើម។ ដើម្បីចៀសវាងការខាតបង់ប្រាក់កាស ប៉ះពាល់ដល់សុខភាពឬឈានដល់ការបាត់បង់អាយុជីវិត (ស្លាប់ដោយសារការហូរឈាមតាមទ្វារមាស ឬកើតមហារីកសុដន់)  របស់អ្នកប្រើប្រាស់ទៀតនោះ ក្រសួងសុខាភិបាលសង្ឃឹមថាសាធារណជនទាំងអស់ឈប់ប្រើប្រាស់ឈប់ជឿតាមការឃោសនាអកុសលបោកប្រាស់ភូតកុហក បំផ្លើសពីការពិតបែបអនាធិបតេយ្យ និងជួយផ្សព្វផ្សាយបន្តឲ្យប្រជាពលរដ្ឋដទៃឈប់ទិញ ឬប្រើប្រាស់ផលិតផលទាំងនេះតាមរយៈគណនីខាងលើនេះ។ ម្ចាស់គណនីឈ្មោះ White Skin House, White Skin House II និង Gluta White Skin House ត្រូវបញ្ឈប់ការផ្សព្វផ្សាយលក់ ឬចែកចាយ ផលិតផលបំប៉នសុខភាព  ឬឱសថបំប៉នសុខភាព  និងគ្រឿងសម្អាងជាបន្ទាន់។ ក្រសួងសុខាភិបាលនឹងមានវិធានការតឹងរឹងទៅតាមផ្លូវច្បាប់ចំពោះម្ចាស់គណនីឈ្មោះ White Skin House, White Skin House II និង Gluta White Skin House ដែលនាំចូល លក់ ឬចែកចាយ និងផ្សព្វផ្សាយផលិតផលបំប៉នសុខភាព ឬឱសថបំប៉នសុខភាព និងគ្រឿងសម្អាង គ្មានច្បាប់អនុញ្ញាតខាងលើនេះ ទៅតាមច្បាប់ស្តីពីច្បាប់វិសោធនកម្មច្បាប់ស្តីពីការគ្រប់គ្រងឱសថជាធរមាន។ ក្នុងករណីបងប្អូនប្រជាពលរដ្ឋបានជួបប្រទះឃើញជនណាកំពុងប្រើប្រាស់ លក់ ចែកចាយផលិតផលបំប៉នសុខភាព ឬឱសថបំប៉នសុខភាព និងគ្រឿងសម្អាង គ្មានការអនុញ្ញាតពីក្រសួងសុខាភិបាលរបស់គណនីខាងលើនេះសូមបងប្អូនប្រញាប់ផ្តល់ព័ត៌មានឬត្រូវការព័ត៌មានបន្ថែមពីនាយកដ្ឋាន  ឱសថ ចំណីអាហារបរិក្ខារពេទ្យ និងគ្រឿងសម្អាង ។ សូមទំនាក់ទំនងតាមរយៈលេខទូរស័ព្ទ៖ ០១១ ៥៧៤ ៧៨៧, ០៩៥ ៣៥៩ ៣៩៩, ០១២ ៩៨៣ ៣៣៤, ០១២ ៨៩២ ០២២។ ©2018 រក្សាសិទ្ធិគ្រប់យ៉ាង​ដោយ Healthtime Corporation ចំពោះគ្រប់អត្ថបទដោយគ្មានផ្នែកណាមួយត្រូវបោះពុម្ពផ្សាយចូល ប្រព័ន្ធអ៊ីនធឺណែតឧបករណ៍អេឡិចត្រូនិកអាត់ជាសំឡេងឬថតចំលងគ្រប់រូបភាពដោយគ្មានការអនុញ្ញាតឡើយ 

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Look into each person’s gut and you will find an ecosystem of microorganisms that plays an important role in their physical and mental health. Healthy ecosystems protect people from pathogens, digest food and produce vitamins to keep them well, while abnormal ones have been linked to infectious, inflammatory and allergic diseases. While some scientists believe that consuming food with specific types of microorganisms could help to improve health and combat diseases, the exact effect of eating such foods, called probiotics, is likely to depend on the composition of microorganisms that already live in the person’s gut.  This complex interplay among the microorganisms, probiotics and health is why Dr Bejit Ideas, president of the Japanese Society of Anti-Ageing Nutrition, and Associate Professor Lee Yuan Kun, from the National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology, have taken different routes to unlocking its mysteries. For several years, Dr Ideas has studied the gut ecosystems, also called microbiota, of centenarians in Okinawa to find out how they differ from those other people. Japan has the highest life expectancy of any country, and Okinawa has one of the highest proportions of centenarians by population in the world: about 50 per 100,000 people. Prof Lee, on the other hand, has focused on understanding the interactions between probiotics and people’s microbiota. To this end, his research has included leading a study of more than 100 people to examine the impact of consuming a probiotic product containing Lactobacillus casei, a bacterium believed to help prevent and treat digestive problems. At this year’s Vitafoods Asia 2018 conference, which will take place on Sept 11 and 12 at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, both scientists will deliver talks on their work.  The annual conference is the only dedicated event that covers nutraceuticals – a term used to describe food or beverage products that may help to prevent or treat diseases – from ingredient to shelf. Alongside the conference, some 300 global suppliers will exhibit at the Vitafoods Asia exhibition, which features ingredients manufacturers such as AtoGen for probiotics, and BeRM INTERNATIONAL the manufacturer of Probiotics EF-2001.  Learning from the elderly Dr Idea’s talk is titled “How The Microbiota Make-up Of Centenarians Can Lead To New Healthy Ageing Solutions”. He said of his research: “By reverse-engineering the perfect ageing of healthy centenarians, we could adjust future nutritional products to deliver similar microorganisms that will allow people to live and age in better health.” Already, he has found that the Okinawan centenarians’ microbiota contains an alpha-type bacterium, called Akkermansia muciniphila, that produces acetate, a short chain fatty acid that can promote the reduction of fat storage.  “We can ferment soybeans to replicate such acetate and give that to people instead of the bacterium itself, which may not survive in the gut. This way, you get a higher chance of success that the people will get the benefits of the bacterium,” he explained.  To help create more effective nutritional products, Dr Ideas developed a human-like bio-fermentation process that replicates the human body’s parameters, including temperature. He said: “We can mimic the human body and ferment fruits and plants, selected based on their microbiota profile, to produce metabolites that match those produced by centenarians.” He continued: “So far, we have obtained many molecules, including hundreds of metabolites, that we standardised with an automated high performance liquid chromatography system. When it comes to imparting health benefits, bio-fermented metabolites are also better than non-fermented molecules because they are more viable and synergised.” Personalising probiotics Prof Lee, on his part, will deliver a talk titled “Developing Customised Probiotic Products For Asian Phenotypes and Lifestyles”. He said: “Such customisation is necessary because the choice and effectiveness of probiotic products would depend on the person’s diet, health and living conditions.” In his study, for example, he found that the composition of the subjects’ gut microbiota changed after they consumed the probiotic containing Lactobacillus casei, but the changes also differed among the people who had dissimilar microbiota at the start of the study. Since scientific and clinical evidence has shown that diet plays a major role in shaping people’s gut microbiota, the customisation of probiotic products should take into account differences in diet, he said. He noted: “People who live in Asia have very different dietary habits and live in very different conditions compared to people who live in Europe or the United States. Even within Asia itself, there are many variations in diet and living conditions. People who live in the north of India, for example, have different diets from people who live in the south of the country.”  “For this reason, probiotic products should be customised based on dietary habit, health, living conditions and desired effect, rather than geography. For instance, Bacteroides and Bifidobacterium bacteria help to prevent infectious diseases and mental dysfunction, while Lactobacillus bacteria in general reduces lactose intolerance,” he said. Visit vitafoodsasia.com to hear or read more about Dr Ideas work from this Podcast, Blog and article.  -END- About Vitafoods Asia Vitafoods Asia is part of Informa Exhibitions’ Global Health & Nutrition Network (GHNN), which brings together a portfolio of events, digital media and publishing for marketers, manufacturers and formulators of nutrition and dietary supplements, healthy foods/beverages and personal care products. GHNN’s events include Vitafoods Europe, Vitafoods Asia, SupplySide West and SupplySide East. Natural Products INSIDER is the global media brand covering healthy ingredients and finished applications. Vitafoods Insights offers online content and a series of topic-specific digital magazines that bring highlights of the Vitafoods events to a global audience. SupplySide West & Vitafoods Global Storefronts offers a new online environment where ingredient buyers and product developers can find and connect with the suppliers and solutions they need, all year long. For more information, visit www.informaglobalhealth.com. Informa’s Global Exhibitions Division organises transaction-oriented exhibitions and trade shows, which provide buyers and sellers across different industries and communities with a powerful platform to meet face-to-face, build relationships and conduct business. Informa has a portfolio of more than 150 exhibitions, serving a number of core verticals, including Health & Nutrition, Beauty, Property & Construction and Pop Culture.

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20 August 2018, Singapore – What if you didn't have to diet or take supplements? What if you could trust that what you consume is designed to keep you in optimum health instead? Well, that’s almost a reality. Ironically, it’s our propensity for a sedentary lifestyle and fast food that’s helping to drive demand for healthier products to consume, and thus a bourgeoning research industry in support of nutritious foods and ingredients, beverages, dietary supplements, nutricosmetics and personal care. At the upcoming Vitafoods Asia exhibition, you can see exactly how the food, supplement, beauty and pharmaceutical industries are being transformed by innovators and scientists who are working to deliver optimal health in what you consume.  The exhibition is a full-service look into the nutraceuticals industry, from its key ingredients, to contract manufacturing and labelling to services & equipment and branded finished products. Along with what is being offered commercially, there’s much opportunity to discover what is also in development. For example, how modern medicine is being sourced and developed from natural ingredients. Bringing innovation and invention to the forefront Vitafoods Asia brings together manufacturers at the forefront of innovation and invention in the industry to meet and discuss their product development challenges. Visitors that attend Vitafoods Asia can meet and source from suppliers of the very latest products hitting the market.  White-label and private-label products ready for market products are a quick and cost-effective way to access and take advantage of rapid market growth. Product demand is driven by consumers becoming increasingly aware of preventive medicines and the positive link between diet and disease prevention. Modor Intelligence reports that collectively, Japan and increasingly China, India, Australia, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam, are growing the nutraceuticals market in Asia-Pacific by 7.5% year on year. In 2018, Grand View Research reported that the global nutraceutical market could be valued at $578.23 billion by the year 2025. To take advantage of this market opportunity, distributors, retailers and manufacturers can discover and source high-quality, innovative dietary supplements and functional food and beverages all under one roof at Vitafoods Asia.  At Vitafoods Asia you can source and taste the latest innovative products that help improve health, wellbeing, physical and mental health, from energy drinks to meal replacement bars, chewable supplements to effervescent tablets and everything in-between.   Bespoke Manufacturing and Private Labelling The exhibition is an easy place to source white-label and private-label products that are ready for market. Such products are a quick and cost-effective way to access and take advantage of rapid market growth.  Moreover, buyers can meet with manufacturers that create bespoke products. Whether it's a new extract, vitamin, mineral or protein, energy bar, isotonic sports drink or enriched gummies, buyers can source for manufacturers to develop new products specific to their needs. Similarly, if you need help with technical manufacturing processes or to deal with ever-increasing regulatory complexities, you will be able to schedule one-on-one consultation sessions with specialists in various fields at the Industry Advice Zone to discuss regulatory advice, market access information and strategies, and marketing and innovation profiling. Discover a wide-range of service and equipment providers are dedicated to the nutraceutical industry and help brands to develop products that deliver optimal nutrition. Shaping nutrition for optimal sports performance  An example of a growing market is that demand for sports nutrition is rising as comprehension improves as to the value of nutrition among athletes and gym professionals. This is especially true of markets in China, India and Italy.  Today, functional foods and beverages that contain ingredients such proteins, vitamins, amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids to help attain peak performance are readily available. Along with these ingredients, minerals and herbs are being used in functional beverages to help keep blood sugar levels at optimal levels is another fast-emerging market.  Cosimo Palumbo, the Marketing Director for IDENA S.p.A., says that they continue participate in Vitafoods Asia because, “although we have been participating since the very first few editions, lately we’ve found that the show has grown both in number and quality of exhibitors, visitors, and scientific program. We expect the same high quality also this year and onward.”  “This year, IDENA is leveraging the New Products Zone at Vitafoods Asia to launch two new products. Firstly, VazguardTM, a Bergamot Phytosome®, which uses a highly standardized bergamot polyphenols fraction that is formulated to optimize the biological absorption of bergamot polyphenols. VazguardTM is safe and effective for the reduction of cardiovascular risk by modulating total cholesterol (tChol), low-density Lipoproteins (LDL), high-density Lipoproteins (HDL), tryglicerides (TG) and blood glucose.  The other product is QuercefitTM, a new natural boost for sports nutrition. Generally, there is poor availability of quercetin, and so we are offering quercetin with the Phytosome® delivery system, which helps to improve plasmatic levels of this natural botanical active. This was proven in a pharmacokinetic study in humans. At Vitafoods Asia, we will put forward the clinical data available that demonstrates evidence of activity in conditions characterized by an abnormal oxidative stress like intensive training, improving an athlete’s performance and aiding in recovery.”  Ingredient innovations that are driving the future of the industry are featured in production demonstration display areas and new functional food and drinks can be sampled at the Tasting Centre. The world’s most impactful brands are represented  The world’s most notable developers of food and beverages are represented at the Vitafoods Asia exhibition, for example, DuPont Nutrition & Health, who manufacture emulsifiers and sweeteners, probiotics, cultures and food protection ingredients; protein solutions; systems and texturants; specialty hydrocolloids; pharma excipients.  Dr. Li Yongjing, Regional President, Asia, DuPont Nutrition & Health, says “DuPont Nutrition & Health is a world leader in applying market-driven science and innovation. This year, we want to place products with health-enhancing benefits and solutions backed by groundbreaking science at the heart of our presence at Vitafoods Asia. DuPont will demonstrate excellence in demand-driven health ingredients solutions. We are also committed to sharing the research behind and we will demonstrate how our science can be translated into successful ingredient formulations and product launches at our hospitality suite. We welcome everyone to visit us at the DuPont Hospitality Suite, Angsana 3A & 3B, where our team of industry experts will be present to help turn market challenges into business opportunities.” Registration is now open to Vitafoods Asia. Connect with over 5,500 visitors from 60 countries and explore the more than 300 exhibitors of key ingredients, branded, finished goods, medicines, nutricosmetics, personal care and animal nutrition.      - END - About Vitafoods Asia Vitafoods Asia is part of Informa Exhibitions’ Global Health & Nutrition Network (GHNN), which brings together a portfolio of events, digital media and publishing for marketers, manufacturers and formulators of nutrition and dietary supplements, healthy foods/beverages and personal care products. GHNN’s events include Vitafoods Europe, Vitafoods Asia, SupplySide West and SupplySide East. Natural Products INSIDER is the global media brand covering healthy ingredients and finished applications. Vitafoods Insights offers online content and a series of topic-specific digital magazines that bring highlights of the Vitafoods events to a global audience. SupplySide West & Vitafoods Global Storefronts offers a new online environment where ingredient buyers and product developers can find and connect with the suppliers and solutions they need, all year long. For more information, visit www.informaglobalhealth.com. Informa’s Global Exhibitions Division organises transaction-oriented exhibitions and trade shows, which provide buyers and sellers across different industries and communities with a powerful platform to meet face-to-face, build relationships and conduct business. Informa has a portfolio of more than 150 exhibitions, serving a number of core verticals, including Health & Nutrition, Beauty, Property & Construction and Pop Culture.

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តើគ្រប់គ្នាធ្លាប់បានឮ ឬស្គាល់អំពី Artificial Intelligence (AI) ដែរឬទេ? ដឹងទេថាវាមានគុណសម្បត្តិអ្វីខ្លះ ដល់ផ្នែកសុខាភិបាល? Artificial Intelligence (AI)  ឬMachine Intelligence ជាភាពវ័យឆ្លាត មួយបញ្ជាតាមម៉ាស៊ីន ផ្ទុយពី Natural Intelligence ដែលមនុស្ស ឬសត្វជាអ្នកធ្វើ។ បច្ចុប្បន្ន ភាពវ័យឆ្លាត និងរហ័សរបស់ Artificial Intelligence (AI)  នេះ កំពុងមានការចាប់អារម្មណ៍ពីបណ្តាអ្នកវិទ្យាសាស្រ្តផ្នែកផ្សេងៗជាច្រើន។ ជាក់ស្តែង ថ្មីៗនេះ មាននិស្សិតផ្នែកវេជ្ជសាស្រ្តនៃសាកលវិទ្យាល័យ New South Wales ប្រទេសអូស្ត្រាលី បានប្រើប្រាស់ AI ដើម្បីជួយដល់អ្នក ឯកទេសអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុង ក្នុងការបង្កើនសមត្ថភាពមនុស្សមួយចំនួនដែលពុំអាចមានកូនបាន។ វិធីសាស្ត្រនេះធ្វើឡើងដោយយកមេជីវិតញី និងមេជីវិតឈ្មោលដាក់ ចូលគ្នានៅក្នុងមន្ទីរពិសោធន៍ និងតាមរយៈបច្ចេកទេសមួយហៅថា In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)។ ការរកឃើញនេះធ្វើឡើងបន្ទាប់ពីលោក Aengus Tran អាយុ២៤ឆ្នាំ ជានិស្សិតបរិញ្ញាបត្រឆ្នាំចុងក្រោយ  ទទួលបានចំណេះដឹង បន្ថែមពីវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិត Simon Cooke ដែលជាអ្នកចាត់ការទូទៅនៃ In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) របស់ប្រទេសអូស្ត្រាលី អំពីរបៀបដែលអ្នកឯកទេសអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុង ធ្វើការវាយតម្លៃលើក្រុមអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុង ដោយពឹងផ្អែកលើរូបរាងកាយនៃកម្រិតការវិវឌ្ឍ មុននឹងអាចវិនិច្ឆ័យថា អំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុងអាចផ្តល់ជាលទ្ធផលក្នុងការមាន ផៃ្ទពោះបាន។ Aengus Tran ប្រធានទិន្នន័យវិទ្យាសាស្ត្រនៃ Harrison-AI បានបញ្ជាក់ថា Artificial Intelligence អាចជួយសម្រួលក្នុងការវិនិច្ឆ័យលើអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុងបានកាន់តែរហ័ស និងប្រសើរជាង ដោយពឹងផ្អែកទៅលើ Machine Learning ដែលមានការសិក្សាលើភាពជោគជ័យ និងបរាជ័យនៃរាប់ពាន់អំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុងពីមុនៗ ដោយស្ថិតនៅក្រោមប្រព័ន្ធមួយ ដែលសព្វថ្ងៃគេហៅថា Ivy។  គួរបញ្ជាក់ថា Ivy ជាប្រព័ន្ធស្វ័យប្រវត្តិនៃ Artificial Intelligence មួយ សិក្សាអំពីអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុង ដែលវិភាគតាមរយៈការវិវឌ្ឍនៃអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុងនូវគ្រប់ដំណាក់កាលតាមរបៀប 3D  ហើយវាអាចវិភាគមើលដំណើរការការវិវឌ្ឍនៃបេះដូងរបស់ទារកបាន។ សកម្មភាពទាំងនេះ មិនមែនមកពីការបញ្ជាដោយមនុស្សឡើយ គឺមកពីការស្គាល់ដោយខ្លួនឯងពីការធ្វើតេស្តរាប់ពាន់នៃអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុង និងការដឹងពីការវិវឌ្ឍនៃបេះដូង របស់ទារករួចទៅហើយ ដូចនេះវាវិវឌ្ឍខ្លួនកាន់តែប្រសើរឡើងក្នុងការជ្រើសរើសអំប្រ៊ីយ៉ុង។   បច្ចុប្បន្ន Harrison-AI ដែលបង្កើតដោយលោក Aengus Tran និងលោក Dimitry Tran ជាបងប្អូនបង្កើតនឹងគ្នា បានចាប់ដៃគូសហការជាមួយ Virtus Health ដែលជាក្រុមហ៊ុនឈានមុខគេមួយនៅប្រទេសអូស្ត្រាលី ក្នុងការផ្តល់សេវាកម្មជំនួយលើផ្នែកបន្តពូជ ហើយបាននាំយកបច្ចេកវិទ្យា Ivy ទៅកាន់គ្លីនិកផ្នែក IVF នៅប្រទេសអូស្ត្រាលី និងទៅកាន់តំបន់អឺរ៉ុបនៅពេលខាងមុខផងដែរ។ Harrison-AI សង្ឃឹមថាអាចប្រើប្រាស់បច្ចេកវិទ្យាថ្មីដើម្បីជួយអ្នកជំងឺផ្សេងៗដូចជា ជំងឺសួត និងជំងឺភ្នែកជាដើម។ ពួកគេ កំពុងសិក្សាពីរបៀបក្នុងការស្វែងរកជំងឺរបេងដោយប្រើប្រាស់ Artificial Intelligence (AI) ហើយយកទៅប្រើប្រាស់ក្នុងប្រទេសវៀតណាមដែលជាកន្លែងកំណើតរបស់ពួកគេ។ ឯកសារយោង៖ -https://newsroom.unsw.edu.au/news/science-tech/unsw-students-pioneering-artificial-intelligence-boosts-ivf-success -http://americanpregnancy.org/infertility/in-vitro-fertilization/ ©2018 រក្សាសិទ្ធិគ្រប់យ៉ាង​ដោយ Healthtime Corporation ចំពោះគ្រប់អត្ថបទដោយគ្មានផ្នែកណាមួយត្រូវបោះពុម្ពផ្សាយចូល ប្រព័ន្ធអ៊ីនធឺណែតឧបករណ៍អេឡិចត្រូនិកអាត់ជាសំឡេងឬថតចំលងគ្រប់រូបភាពដោយគ្មានការអនុញ្ញាតឡើយ  

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ហេលស៍ថាម ប្រូ ជាស្ថាប័នផ្តោតលើការអប់រំ និងពង្រឹងសមត្ថភាពរបស់អ្នកប្រកបវិជ្ជាជីវៈសុខាភិបាល ជាពិសេសលើការប្រាស្រ័យទាក់ទងជាមួយនឹងអ្នកជំងឺ ដើម្បីសុខុមាលភាពរបស់ប្រជាជនកម្ពុជា។ ដើម្បីរួមចំណែកក្នុងការលើកកម្ពស់ការយល់ដឹងពីរបស់អ្នកប្រកបវិជ្ជាជីវៈសុខាភិបាល និងវិធីសាស្រ្តក្នុងការបង្កើនទំនុកចិត្តរបស់អ្នកជំងឺ ហេលស៍ថាម ប្រូ នឹងគោរពអញ្ជើញវាគ្មិនល្បីៗចំនួន៣រូប ដើម្បីចែករំលែក និងពិភាក្សាទាក់ទងនឹងប្រធានបទ “តើអ្នកប្រកបរបរវិជ្ជាជីវៈសុខាភិបាល និងស្ថាប័នសុខាភិបាលឯកជន គួរចូលរួមយ៉ាងណាខ្លះ ដើម្បីកាត់បន្ថយលំហូរចេញរបស់អ្នកជំងឺទៅក្រៅប្រទេស?” នៅថ្ងៃទី១ ខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨ វេលាម៉ោង ៨ព្រឹក រហូតដល់ម៉ោង ១២ថ្ងៃត្រង់ នៅវិទ្យាស្ថានជាតិសុខភាពសាធារណៈ សាលបាយ័ន។  វាគ្មិនក្នុងវេទិកានេះរួមមាន៖ ១. លោកវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិត ចាន់ វិចិត្រ  អនុប្រធានមន្ទីរពេទ្យ មិត្តភាពខ្មែរ-សូវៀត និងជាស្ថាបនិកនៃ កាដាវគ្លីនិកសើស្បែក និងឡេសឺរ  ២. សាស្រ្តាចារ្យ ឯក ម៉េងលី  ស្ថាបនិកនៃមន្ទីរសម្រាកព្យាបាលលុច្ស មន្ទីរសម្រាកព្យាបាល និងសម្ភពសុខៈ និងមន្ទីរពេទ្យអឃីតកោះពេជ្រ និងជាអតីតប្រធានផ្នែកសម្ភព នៃមន្ទីរពេទ្យកាល់ម៉ែត ៣. លោកស្រីទន្តបណ្ឌិត អេង លីគង់  នាយិកានៃមន្ទីរព្យាបាលធ្មេញ ម៉ាស្ទ័រ ឃែរ និងជាប្រធានសមាគមសហគ្រិនស្រ្តីកម្ពុជា CWEA  វាគ្មិនល្បីៗទាំង ៣រូបខាងលើ នឹងចែករំលែកពីបទពិសោធក្នុងការប្រាស្រ័យទាក់ទងជាមួយអ្នកជំងឺ ការគ្រប់គ្រង និងពង្រីកស្ថាប័ន ក៏ដូចជាពិភាក្សា ស្រាយចម្ងល់ផ្សេងៗរបស់អ្នកចូលរួម។ សម្រាប់ការចូលរួម លោកអ្នកអាចចុះឈ្មោះចូលរួមជាមុន ដោយតម្លៃសំបុត្រសម្រាប់មុនថ្ងៃទី២១ ខែសីហា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨ (១០,០០០រៀល សម្រាប់និស្សិត និង៤០,០០០រៀល សម្រាប់អ្នកធ្វើការ ឬម្ចាស់គ្លីនិក ឱសថស្ថាន) និង សំបុត្រក្រោយថ្ងៃទី២១ ខែសីហា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨ (២០,០០០រៀល សម្រាប់និស្សិត និង៦០,០០០រៀល សម្រាប់អ្នកធ្វើការ ឬម្ចាស់គ្លីនិក/ឱសថស្ថាន) ។ កន្លែងមានកំណត់! ដើម្បីចុះឈ្មោះជាមុន លោកអ្នកអាចចូលទៅកាន់ទំព័រ http://healthtime.tips/subpage/Healthtimepro/appointments ហើយធ្វើការបំពេញឈ្មោះ ភេទ អ៊ីម៉ែល លេខទូរស័ព្ទ ដោយជ្រើសយក Healthtime Pro Forum និងរើសយក ថ្ងៃទី១ ខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ ២០១៨ ម៉ោង៨ព្រឹក។ ត្រង់ផ្នែកព័ត៌មានបន្ថែម សូមបំពេញឈ្មោះស្ថាប័នសិក្សា ឬការងារ (សាលា ឬកន្លែងធ្វើការ) និងចំនួនសំបុត្រដែលអ្នកត្រូវការ។ ឬ ប្រើ Healthogo App ស្វែងរក Healthtime Pro ហើយចុចលើការណាត់ជួប រួចបំពេញ ថ្ងៃទី១ ខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ ២០១៨ ម៉ោង៨ព្រឹក ជ្រើសយក Healthtime Pro Forum និងបំពេញលេខទូរស័ព្ទ។ ត្រង់ផ្នែកព័ត៌មានបន្ថែម សូមបំពេញឈ្មោះស្ថាប័នសិក្សា ឬការងារ (សាលា ឬកន្លែងធ្វើការ) និងចំនួនសំបុត្រដែលអ្នកត្រូវការ។ កំណត់សម្គាល់ ៖ ការបង់ប្រាក់ និងទទួលសំបុត្រ ប្រព្រឹត្តិនៅអគារ CJCC ថ្ងៃទី ២២ និង២៣ ខែសីហា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨ វេលាម៉ោង ៨ព្រឹក រហូតដល់ម៉ោង ៥រសៀល។ សម្រាប់ទំនាក់ទំនងព័ត៌មានបន្ថែម ៖ ទូរស័ព្ទលេខ ០៧៧ ៨៨៨ ០៧៦/ ០៧៧ ៨៨៨ ០៧៥/ ០៦៩ ៨៨៨ ១១២

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​​​នាព្រឹកថ្ងៃសៅរ៍ ទី០៦ កើត ខែភទ្របទ ឆ្នាំច សំរឹទ្ធិស័ក ព.ស.​ ២៥៦២ ត្រូវនឹងថ្ងៃទី១៥ ខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨​ ខាងមុខនេះ មជ្ឈមណ្ឌលសហប្រតិបត្តិការកម្ពុជា-ជប៉ុន (CJCC) នឹងរៀបចំ “ពិព័រណ៍ការងារ” ចាប់ពីម៉ោង  ០៨:0០ព្រឹក ដល់ ម៉ោង០៤: ០០រសៀល។ សិស្សនិសិ្សត បុគ្គលិកស្ថាប័នផ្សេងៗ និងអ្នកស្វែងរកការងារធ្វើ ប្រមាណ៥០០នាក់ នឹងអញ្ជើញចូលរួមក្នុងពិព័រណ៍ការងារនេះ។ ​​ ​​​​មជ្ឈមណ្ឌលសហប្រតិបត្តិការកម្ពុជា-ជប៉ុន​ (CJCC) នៃសាកលវិទ្យាល័យភូមិន្ទភ្នំពេញ នឹងរៀប​ចំ​ “ពិព័រណ៍ការងារ​” ដើម្បីបង្កើតឱកាសជួបគ្នាឲ្យកាន់តែងាយស្រួល រវាងអ្នកដែលកំពុងស្វែងរកងារជាមួយនឹងក្រុមហ៊ុន​ដែលកំពុងត្រូវការស្វែងរកបុគ្គលិក សម្រាប់បម្រើការនៅក្នុងក្រុមហ៊ុនរបស់នីមួយៗ។ ឆ្លៀតក្នុងឱកាសនេះ យើងខ្ញុំតំណាងអ្នករៀបចំកម្មវិធី មានក្តីសោមនស្សរីករាយ សូមគោរពអញ្ជើញដល់អ្នកដែលត្រូវការស្វែងរកបុគ្គលិក ឬផ្សព្វផ្សាយព័ត៌មានរបស់ក្រុមហ៊ុន​ ចូលរួម​ក្នុងពិព័រណ៍ការងារដូចដែលបានជម្រាបជូនខាងលើ។ លក្ខខណ្ឌក្នុងការចូលរួមក្នុងពិព័រណ៍ការងារនេះ សូមពិនិត្យទៅលើក្រដាសខិតប័ណ្ណ​ដែលបានផ្សាយ ឬសូមទាក់ទងមកកាន់លោកស្រី ណែម ចិន្ដា បុគ្គលិកផ្នែកទំនាក់ទំនង និងផ្ដល់សេវាអាជីវកម្ម នៃមជ្ឈមណ្ឌលសហប្រតិបត្តិការកម្ពុជា-ជប៉ុន (CJCC) តាមរយៈ ទូរសព្ទលេខ៖ ០១៥ ៩៥​ ៣៣ ៥៦ / ០៩៧ ៨៧ ៦២ ២២៦  តាមរយៈសារអេឡិចត្រូនិច៖ nem.chenda@cjcc.edu.kh ។ ©2018 រក្សាសិទ្ធិគ្រប់យ៉ាង​ដោយ Healthtime Corporation ចំពោះគ្រប់អត្ថបទដោយគ្មានផ្នែកណាមួយត្រូវបោះពុម្ពផ្សាយចូល ប្រព័ន្ធអ៊ីនធឺណែតឧបករណ៍អេឡិចត្រូនិកអាត់ជាសំឡេងឬថតចំលងគ្រប់រូបភាពដោយគ្មានការអនុញ្ញាតឡើយ 

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In the near future, doctors may be able to diagnose and treat patients’ physical and mental health problems by analysing and adjusting the bacteria in their gut.  The human body’s digestive system contains an ecosystem of bacteria, yeasts, fungi, viruses and protozoans that weigh up to 2 kg altogether and perform vital functions such as breaking down food and toxins, manufacturing vitamins and training the immune system to keep the body healthy.  Over the past decade, research has also shown that anomalies in this ecosystem, called the gut microbiome, could be linked to post-traumatic stress disorder, higher levels of stress, anxiety and fearfulness and other mental health issues.  The importance of the gut microbiome on human wellness is why Dr Niranjan Nagarajan, an associate director and senior group leader in the Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s Genome Institute of Singapore, is spearheading work to better understand its development and changes. At this year’s Vitafoods Asia 2018 conference, which will take place on Sept 11 and 12 at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Dr Nagarajan will deliver a talk, titled “Focusing on Precision Nutrition for Shaping the Gut Microbiome”, about his research and goals.  Dr Nagarajan said: “We know that diet plays a major role in shaping the microbiome, but precisely how it does so is not quite known. Ultimately, we want to create a system where we can say that, ‘given that your gut microbiome is in state X, to get it to state Y, this is the diet that you should have for the next few months’.”   Understanding your gut To realise this system, Dr Nagarajan and his fellow scientists are pursuing three avenues of research. The first involves studying gut microbiome and diet data compiled by the American Gut Project, a global citizen science initiative founded by scientists in the United States. For a small fee, people can send a biological sample and a completed survey about their health, disease history, lifestyle and diet to the scientists and receive a report about the microorganisms living in their gut or other body part. The volunteers’ information is then anonymised and put online for free to help researchers investigating links among diet, exercise, lifestyle, microbial make-up and health. “Although the data is publicly available, it’s just data, so we’ve been working on new methods to analyse it properly to give us what we want,” said Dr Nagarajan. “From the analysis, we can then come up with predictions, for instance that ‘Food A will affect the abundance of Microbiome Component B’, and conduct experiments to test them.” He added that he and his colleagues have analysed the gut microbiome data of about 1,500 people so far, of which about 800 had provided information about their diet. Beyond this work, the team is also studying different types of food to find out what bacteria grows and feeds on them. “Not everything that we consume will get to our gut because we have a digestive system that kills most bacteria, but this research will give us some idea about what could be in your gut if you eat certain types of food,” Dr Nagarajan explained.  He continued: “Our third approach is to try and understand the inner workings of the gut microbiome. In addition to people’s diet providing nutrients to their microbiome, there’s also a food web in the gut where bacteria cross-feed one another. Some bacteria break down food in certain ways so that other bacteria can eat it.” “We did a study where we looked at people who are taking antibiotics, because that clears the field in the microbiome, so to speak. Once that happens, we study how the ecosystem repopulates itself. This gut microbiome recovery process can tell us a lot about how bacteria cross-feed one another, and what the food web looks like,” he said.  He noted that the team’s work could have dividends for disease prevention and treatment. He said: “The more we know, the more we can perturb an unhealthy microbiome and shift it back to a healthy state. That could have an impact on a wide range of diseases ranging from metabolic to autoimmune ones.” Alongside the conference, at the Vitafoods Asia exhibition, speakers at the Global Health Theatre will discuss the impact of the modern lifestyle on nutrition and diseases, and how food fortification is addressing these issues, will be discussed by industry experts. Other topics include responsible nutrition, importance of fortification & fortified foods, impact on the glycaemic index, as well as the packaging of nutraceuticals into functional foods. At Vitafoods Asia exhibition, companies from 17 countries, including those in Asia, Europe and the Americas will be exhibiting their key ingredients, such as enzymes, probiotics, pre-biotics and other ingredients that supplement gut health. Register now for free entry: https://www.vitafoodsasia.com/en/

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Vitafoods Asia returns in 2018, evolving with new exhibitors including Kerry and Plantex and new learning experiences such as the Probiotic Resource Centre 20 June 2018, Singapore – Vitafoods Asia returns in 2018 to ensure the industry makes the most of its growth opportunities, by integrating a research-intensive, industry-centred environment. Vitafoods Asia attracts members that represent the entire nutraceuticals supply chain. Organisers expect some 5,500 visitors from over 60 countries to attend Vitafoods Asia, who come pre-dominantly from Asian countries. The Vitafoods Asia Exhibition will deliver over 300 exhibitors, which marks a growth of 40% over the number of exhibitors in 2017. Vitafoods Asia is a response to growing demand for nutraceuticals in functional foods and beverages. Japan and increasingly China, India, Australia, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam, are collectively growing the nutraceuticals market in Asia-Pacific by 7.5%  year on year, rapidly expanding opportunities for development in the sector. This is expected to increase to 9.9% CAGR by 2025, and Euromonitor estimates the regional market will reach US$89.63 billion by 2021. The event is a key opportunity to discover innovative and creative solutions to challenges faced by the industry’s professionals, get greater exposure to the industry’s latest product and service developments, and participate in new learning opportunities.  Visitors to the show can extend their business network globally as the exhibition features 11 international pavilions this year. New entrants include New Zealand, Poland and Singapore. Optimising health through science and innovation Consumers, who now positively link health to diet, are creating demand for nutraceuticals in functional foods, beverages and dietary supplements. Such ingredients include pre-biotic and pro-biotic vitamins, minerals, fibres, proteins, omega 3 and structured lipids, amino acids and various other ingredients. In 2018, Vitafoods Asia is the key showcase and source for these ingredients, which are created from applied research and designed to be of high quality.  Some key exhibitors include KSM-66 Ashwagandha, the largest producer of Asheagandha; Sabinsa, a well-established (30 years) supplier of herbal extracts, cosmeceuticals, minerals, dietary supplements and specialty fine chemicals; and AstaReal, manufacturer of a powerful anti-ageing molecule, Natural Astaxanthin. Of the many exhibitors at Vitafoods Asia, two first time exhibitors include major US-Irish ingredients manufacturer Kerry, and Plantex, a large French manufacturer.  Spotlighting Omega-3 and Probiotics Increased demand from China, Southeast Asia and other developing countries for Omega 3 means that the market for the most widely used nutritional lipid continues to grow as it controls inflammation. GOED estimates the market today globally is worth US$1.5 billion at the ingredient level.   Key visitor attractions to learn more about ingredients include the Omega-3 Resource Centre and a Tasting Centre on the exhibition floor. Visitors can discover what new options for Omega-3 are available on the market and even obtain an Omega-3 blood test free of charge! The International Probiotics Association (IPA) suggests that the market for probiotics is experiencing unprecedented growth and may be worth as much as US$43 billion. Probiotics are widely used to ensure proper functioning of digestive system.  To showcase the latest breakthroughs in probiotic technology, to new areas of product development and consumer analysis, the organisers of Vitafoods Asia are introducing a new resource, the Probiotic Resource Centre, for the first time in Asia. Addressing Asia’s ageing populations Currently home to 60% of the world’s 60 years or older population, Asia’s ageing population is expected to more than double from 547 million in 2016 to nearly 1.3 billion by 2050. Ageing populations drive demonstrable demand for nutraceutical products, as evidenced by 47% of the Japanese population consuming nutraceutical products.  Vitafoods Asia’s Life Stages Theatre addresses matters of healthy ageing by delivering expertise on the specific nutrition requirements that are needed from infancy until later in life. It also includes sessions on regulatory guidance and marketing strategies as they relate to specific life stages.Vitafoods Asia is the ideal place to build a network amongst the leading manufacturers, distributors, buyers and high-quality suppliers for the four key nutraceutical industry areas: Ingredients & Raw Materials; Branded Finished Products; Contract Manufacturing & Private Labelling as well as Services & Equipment For more info, visit: www.vitafoodsasia.com

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Vitafoods Asia is a key regional learning event centred on the latest research, development and application of nutraceuticals into functional foods and beverages; as well as the marketing, branding and regulations of such fortified products 16 July 2018, Singapore – Visitors to the upcoming Vitafoods Asia Exhibition and Conference in Singapore, 11-12 September 2018, will discover a rich learning environment encompassing all aspects of the development and application of nutraceuticals, through to product positioning, branding and marketing, inclusive of how to overcome regulatory challenges in various markets. Health care spending in the Asia-Pacific region is anticipated to double by 2050, opening opportunities to market alternative remedies and fortified foods. Across Asia, and especially in China and India, increased disposable income, coupled with ageing populations, are impacting the prevalence of lifestyle-related diseases, along with blood pressure, diabetes, or cardiac diseases. Inadequate nutrition, due to busy lifestyles, and the high cost of healthcare are also factors. Joint health, gut health, bone health and weight management are expected to be future demand drivers.  Functional Foods Asia Pacific is now the largest regional market for dietary supplements and vitamins. Malaysia and India for instance, are grappling with the impact of rapid urbanisation on the diet. Demand functional, hearty-healthy foods, for example, is rising.   Aside from products developed in Western societies, across the region, consumers are buying products that are enriched with locally-sourced compounds and functional ingredients like probiotics, fibre, calcium or vitamin E; herbs such as tongkat ali and ginseng; along with cultured milk drinks; probiotic yogurts; and cereals that are fortified with fibre; plus, Omega-3 fortified eggs.  Vitafoods Asia showcases key suppliers of such ingredients and raw materials that are used in functional foods. Alongside these suppliers, visitors to the exhibition can source contract manufacturers and private labellers, as well as finished goods manufacturers. Functional Beverages To tackle alertness and reduce calorie consumption, as well as hydrate with performance additives, athletes and gym enthusiasts in countries like China and India are driving demand for nutrition through functional beverages. Energy drinks, sports drinks & nutraceutical drinks are the fastest growing segment of the functional beverage market. Due to its efficient delivery of minerals or herbs, functional beverages are emerging to help reduce the risk of chronic disease and to keep blood sugar levels under control.  Drinks ingredients include vitamins, amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids. Amino acids are used to slow fatigue and vitamins are added to boost the metabolism and generate energy in functional beverages. Prebiotics and probiotics are also used to ensure proper functioning of the digestive system. Another ingredient, Omega-3, is forecast to grow in the functional beverages market as it controls inflammation. At Vitafoods Asia, there’s an Omega-3 Resource Centre where visitors can witness the latest innovations and product development initiatives around Omega-3. Manufacturers in this market segment are developing innovative flavours to appeal to consumers with drinks that are safe, taste good and are affordable. Key functional beverage manufacturers are exhibiting at the Vitafoods Asia Exhibition.  Addressing Malnutrition In countries like Japan and Thailand, where despite relatively healthy diets, there are mineral and vitamin deficiencies in the population. In Thailand, Calcium and Vitamin D are issues, and doctors are prescribing supplements. The Japanese lack calcium and iron, so there is a corresponding seeing rise in demand for probiotic yogurts and energy drinks.  At the Global Health Theatre at Vitafoods Asia, the impact of the modern lifestyle on nutrition and diseases, and how food fortification is addressing these issues, will be discussed by industry experts. Responsible nutrition, importance of fortification & fortified foods, impact on the glycaemic index, as well as the packaging of nutraceuticals into functional foods, will be discussed, among other topics.  Food fortification As scientific research evolves around issues such as obesity and disease, as the impact of nutrition on pre-natal and maternal life stages, sports and aging evolves, the way we approach these issues is changing. You can stay abreast of the latest research by attending the Life Stages Theatre at Vitafoods Asia, where you will hear from researchers and functional food developers alike.  Processing food to protect bioactive ingredients At the Vitafoods Asia exhibition, visitors will learn how processes such as microencapsulation, enzyme technology, and nanoencapsulation of ingredients are being used to produce functional foods. Of late, microencapsulation technology has been developed to replace cyclodextrin (CD) molecules to protect the bioactive elements in food processing through to the storage and delivery of functional foods. Notably, product formulation for the delivery of nutraceuticals is changing. For example, Indian consumers are driving change from traditional tablets, or chewable tablets, to capsules, particularly liquid-filled capsules, which are easier to swallow and are believed to work faster and better. At Vitafoods Asia, discover novel formulations that allow nutraceutical companies to incorporate liquids, pellets, tablets and powders in capsules.  Obtaining the right advice  Attending Vitafoods Asia is an essential opportunity to connect and learn from members across the entire nutraceutical supply chain spectrum, from leading manufacturers and distributors to buyers and quality suppliers. A dedicated area, the Industry Advice Zone, is available for visitors to meet with industry experts in one to one consultation sessions, for regulatory advice, market access information and strategies, and marketing and innovation profiling.  The Vitafoods Asia Conference is another chance to learn from academia, government and industry leaders.  Structured to help participants maximise their learning in line with their career interests, dedicated conference tracks will guide participants towards talks on research and development, business and marketing strategies, and digestive health. Sessions also address challenges to do with market entry and regulation.  For more information on Vitafoods Asia, visit www.vitafoodsasia.com.

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Head to your local supermarket and you’ll find probiotic foods and drinks that could help to improve your health. These include yoghurts containing added probiotics and an assortment of milk drinks fermented with probiotics.  Studies have shown that some probiotics, which are live microorganisms that confer health benefits when consumed, could relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, prevent diarrhoea caused by infections and antibiotics, reduce bone density loss and improve the digestion and absorption of food and nutrients.  Their positive health effects are why Associate Professor Liu Shao Quan, who is part of the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Food Science and Technology Programme, has dedicated part of his research to developing new probiotic foods and drinks that could appeal to more people and expand the options for a healthier diet.  Over the past few years, he and his students have created probiotic beer – a first in the market – and two other probiotic beverages made with durian pulp and okara respectively. Okara is soy pulp that is leftover from the production of soy products such as soy milk and tofu. Prof Liu said of the probiotic beer: “The general health benefits associated with consuming foods and beverages with probiotic strains have driven demand for them up dramatically. In recent years, consumption of craft or specialty beers has become more popular too. I am confident that our probiotic, gut-friendly beer will be well-received by beer drinkers, as they can now enjoy their beers and be healthy.”   The probiotics problem At this year’s Vitafoods Asia 2018 conference, which will take place on Sept 11 and 12 at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Prof Liu will speak about the difficulties of keeping probiotics alive in foods and drinks, and his research to improve their survival chances.  The annual conference is the only dedicated event that covers nutraceuticals – a term used to describe food or beverage products that may help to prevent or treat diseases – from ingredient to shelf. More than 300 suppliers from across the world are expected to attend this year’s edition.  Prof Liu’s talk is titled “Improving the Viability of Probiotics in Food”. He explained: “Many foods and beverages are acidic, and acids inhibit probiotics’ survival and activity. Besides, when foods and beverages are stored at elevated temperatures, probiotics can grow and produce more acids. This will lead to the probiotics’ death and decrease the health benefits of the foods and beverages.” He noted that some microorganisms can help to protect probiotics and improve their odds of survival, but the mechanisms of the process are not well-understood. He and his students experimented with different probiotic strains, yeasts and cultures in creating their beverages.  “Beers contain hop acids that prevent the growth and survival of probiotics, but we successfully developed a beer with live probiotics. Our probiotic durian beverage and probiotic okara beverage also have high cell counts of live probiotics,” he said.    Breakthroughs in probiotics To create the beer, the team experimented with six probiotic strains and varied factors such as the temperature and amount of ingredients during the brewing process. They eventually succeeded with the Lactobacillus paracasei L26 probiotic strain. The beer is also unfiltered and unpasteurised to maintain the live probiotic counts.  Every 100 millilitre of the drink contains 1 billion probiotic organisms, which is the minimum number per serving recommended by the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics to unlock maximum health benefits. Prof Liu’s research also found that a type of yeast called Williopsis saturnus can be used to significantly improve the survival of the Lactobacillus casei probiotic strain during the fermentation of durian pulp to create durian-based probiotic beverages.  “Using the yeast also produces much higher levels of volatile compounds, including alcohols and acetate esters, which positively contributes to the flavour notes,” he added.   Furthermore, both the probiotic beer and durian beverage are non-dairy products, unlike most probiotic drinks on the market. This means that the NUS scientists’ creations can be consumed safely by people who are lactose-intolerant.  Such flavours are important in the region, where durian is a very popular fruit, and where such ingredients appeal to populations that don’t typically consume milk, such as Thailand and Japan. Prof Liu said: “When you look at the health benefits that some probiotic strains can confer to humans, mainly in the area of gut health and immunity enhancement, we should try to develop new foods and drinks that can deliver them to people.” The Asia-Pacific region is now the largest regional market for dietary supplements and vitamins. Across the region, consumers are buying products that are enriched with locally-sourced compounds and functional ingredients.  Alongside the conference, Vitafoods Asia showcases key suppliers of such ingredients and raw materials that are used in functional foods. Visitors that attend the Vitafoods Asia Exhibition can discover innovations such as Prof Liu’s, as well as source contract manufacturers and private labelers and finished goods manufacturers. Visit www.vitafoodsasia.com to learn more.

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