Probiotics

Probiotics are live bacteria introduced into the gut that help the digestive system function properly. The most well known are lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, usually added to dairy products, in particular yogurts.

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The Star Trek future of nutrition

New technologies for gathering, analysing and steering consumer well-being, from fitness trackers to nutrition, health and microbiome apps, to name a few, are trending. As a result the volume of data generated in this area has been growing rapidly.

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Petrarch and the mathematics of love

Love is the theme of the great majority of songs, poems, books, films, theatre show and any sort of artistic expression. Probably it is not too far-fetched to say that everyone wants to love and be loved; all of us dream of finding the “twin-soul” with whom share the rest of the life and being surrounded by many friends. “All you need is love”, according to The Beatles.

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The benefits and hazards of using insects for food and feed

Insects are a source of energy, protein, fat, minerals and vitamins. Mean estimates show energy levels to be around 400–500 kcal per 100 g of dry matter, making them comparable with other protein sources. However, there are some potential biological, chemical and environmental hazards associated with the use of farmed insects as food and feed.

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Introducing Data Foundry

At Creme Global we believe in the collection, integration and secure sharing of data to produce insights and clarity and to create value. For over 15 years, we have worked with leading organisations around the world on secure, collaborative, data and scientific modelling solutions.

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