Obesity and associated health disorders are a major public health concern. The fundamental cause? Energy imbalance between consumed and expended calories. A potential management strategy? Controlled energy intake with effective protein to induce satiety. Unfortunately, increases in consumption mean animal protein is scarce. Plant-based protein? It’s sustainable, of course, but are its great health benefits supported by science?
Roquette has recently pioneered the first clinical study of the impact on satiety, food intake and gut hormones of its NUTRALYS® pea protein. In this webinar, Roquette experts share their exciting results with you. High Protein NUTRALYS® food concepts are also presented.
Market Development Manager, Specialised Nutrition, EU Business Unit - Roquette
Corporate Scientific Communications Coordinator for Nutrition - Roquette
Market Development Manager - Roquette
Market Manager - Roquette
Watch the interview of Patrick Lapointe, Head of Marketing, Food Global Business Unit, Roquette.
Optimum amino acid supply, Supports muscle maintenance, Pea and whey protein with NUTRALYS® plant protein
Crispiness preserved, Affordable source of protein, High in protein with NUTRALYS® wheat protein
Good source of pea protein, Good source of fibre, Made from legumes, Non-GMO, Gluten-free avec NUTRALYS® pea protein and NUTRIOSE® soluble fibre
Ideal source of carbs, Carbs/protein synergy, Vegan, Optimized glycogen resynthesis with NUTRALYS® vegetable protein and GLUCIDEX® dried glucose syrup
Good source of fibre, sugar-free, glycemic response management with NUTRIOSE® soluble fibre and SweetPearl® maltitol powder