RDA Determination and Over or Under Consumption of Proteins

Posted on:December 3, 2019

COMMON MYTHS REGARDING dietary protein were a key focus of the presentation, titled “New News About Protein: How Much is Too Much…and Not Enough,” provided by Steve Hertzler, Ph.D., RD, Sr. Scientist, Clinical Research, Abbott Nutrition. “Can protein give you … Continue reading


Protein Quality Measurements, Claims and Values

Posted on:November 18, 2019

INITIALLY, PROTEIN ASSESSMENT involves gathering evidence necessary to support protein claims on food labels. In his presentation titled “The Impact of Processing on Protein Quality Measurements: Implications for Protein Content Claims,” James D. House, Ph.D., of the University of Manitoba, relayed … Continue reading


Diverse Drivers of Protein Demand Pose Marketing Challenges

Posted on:January 30, 2019

Click to Enlarge ACROSS THE GLOBE, but especially in America, the drive to add more animal and plant protein to human diets continues unabated, even as consumers remain somewhat vague as to their reasons why. In his presentation titled “Consumer … Continue reading


Accuracy in Protein Labeling: Following the Letter of the Law

Posted on:January 14, 2019

Click to Enlarge WHEN IT COMES TO labeling, given the litigious society we live in, food and ingredient manufacturers have more to worry about than government oversight from the FDA and FTC. “The FDA looks at your labeling; the FTC … Continue reading


Formulating with Whey Protein for Maximum Health Benefits, Functionality and Taste

Posted on:January 2, 2019

  AT THE OUTSET of his presentation, “Formulating with Whey in a Fully Transparent Market,” Chris Lockwood, Ph.D., President, Lockwood LLC, described some of the advantages that protein possesses, including its function as the only major nutrient to stimulate muscle … Continue reading


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