From 01 July 2020 13:00 until 01 July 2020 14:00
Registration is now closed for the live event - but you will be able to watch the on demand version on the BNFTalks platform of this website shortly after the event.
Free Lunchtime Webinar
Fermented Food - Separating Hype from Facts
1-2pm (BST) Wed 1st July 2020
Are the claims made about the health benefits of fermented foods merely hype or does evidence support their healthy reputation?
Fermented foods hold a firm place in cuisine from almost every culture and have undergone a surge in popularity, but what are they and what are their proposed health benefits? Should we be including these in our diet? What evidence is there for their role in promoting a healthy gut?
This free webinar, organised by BNF and the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP), explores this fascinating food trend in a considered way with leading experts in the field, Prof Robert Hutkins, Professor of Food Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Board member of ISAPP and Dr Eirini Dimidi, registered dietitian and Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences at King's College London.
Register today to join the webinar live on the 1st July 2020 or to watch it at a later date.
Understanding fermented foods
Prof Robert Hutkins, University of Nebraska
Exploring the evidence for effects of fermented foods on gastrointestinal health – how strong is it?
Dr Eirini Dimidi, Kings College London
What role can fermented foods have in our diet? A public health perspective
Anne de la Hunty, BNF
To register just click on 'Book place' below, fill out your details and you'll be sent reminder emails and instructions of how to join the webinar before the event – it’s easy!
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BNF is grateful to the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) https://isappscience.org/ for providing an educational grant towards the success of this webinar, and for its helpful feedback, advice and guidance on the speakers and programme. ISAPP is a not‐for‐profit organisation committed to advancing the science of probiotics and prebiotics. The final webinar programme has been agreed by BNF and ISAPP, and reflects both organisations’ commitment to producing independent, evidence-based science.Save to calendar View all Events