Lisbon, Portugal - May 8 - 9, 2024


Friday, May 5  | 10:50 – 11:10 am

Longevity supplements are Cellular Enhancers

by Olga Donica, Head of Innovation and Research in Longevity at Clinique La Praire, Montreaux, Switzerland

While aging, your metabolism gradually slows down. As a result, your body absorbs fewer nutrients and lowers cell turnover. It may need help to cope with it. Precise nutrients and actives may slow damages to chromosome, improve function of mitochondria, protein quality, and other aspects of cellular integrity. Holistic Health are longevity supplements that goes beyond basic wellness support to target the complexity of health and aging mechanisms. We´ve been able to prove that they have a protective effect: they decrease telomere-shortening rate, an important hallmark of aging.

Friday, May 5  | 16:40 – 17:00 pm

Nutrition and Consumer Longevity and Personalised Nutrition in the Decade of Healthy Ageing

by Richard Siow, Director, Ageing Research at King´s College of London, Specialty Chief Editor, Nutrition in Ageing and Healthy Longevity Section of Frontiers in Ageing, London, UK

Friday, May 5  | 17:00 – 17:20 pm

Opportunities and challenges of longevity bioactives as part of F&B solutions at global scale

by Philipp Gut, M.D. and Head of Data Sciences and Precision Nutrition Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, Nestlé Research, Lausanne, Switzerland

Prevention through nutritional approaches, sometimes referred to as food as medicine, is gaining in importance to address a broad range of non-communicable diseases.  Among such strategies is the use of bioactive molecules from edible sources that can be enriched in supplements, foods, or beverages to complement balanced eating patterns. In this talk, I will summarize opportunities around emerging “longevity bioactives” that target cellular hallmarks of aging to illustrate the potential but also the challenges to use them as part of Food & Beverage (F&B) solutions at a global scale.

Friday, May 5  | 17:20 – 17:40 pm

Nutrition and Musculosketal Health in Older Adults

by Nuno Mendonça, Researcher, Nova Medical School, Lisbon, Portugal

Friday, May 5  | 18:00 – 18:20 pm

Food & Gut Microbiota-derived metabolites: Key actors in Metabolic Aging and Disease

by João Araújo, Invited Assistant Professor, Nova Medical School, Lisbon, Portugal