Alpro Foundation research grants
Alpro Foundation celebrates and supports innovative scientific research by providing research grants for plant-based nutrition research.
Call for research grant applications
We call for research proposals aimed at improving the understanding of nutritional, health and environmental aspects of incorporation of plant-based dairy alternatives in the context of the whole diet in European populations.
Alpro Foundation’s research grant scheme has resulted in over 34 scientific publications to date.
Alpro Foundation funded research publications
Research supported by Alpro Foundation has resulted in over 34 scientific publications.
Soya improves vascular function and cardiometabolic risk markers in older adults
Soya nuts consumption improves endothelial function and lowers blood pressure and LDL-cholesterol.
Longer-term soya nut consumption improves cerebrovascular function
Longer-term soya nut consumption has been shown to improve cerebrovascular function, cognitive performance and cardiometabolic risk markers in older adults.
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Prof. Ian Rowland - Chair
Emeritus Professor, Reading University. Chair of the Board (2013), member since 2004.
Prof. Anna Arnoldi
Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Milan. Board member since 2007.