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Healthy lifestyle and weight reduction remains crucial for the prevention and treatment of NAFLD.
This scientific update is dedicated to different plant-based eating patterns and some specific plant-based foods and how these impact cardiometabolic health.
This 12 weeks intervention study on either soy or whey protein providing 2g of leucin found significant increases in muscle strength and lean body mass in response to resistance training.
Could a shift in our food consumption patterns help reverse the negative trend of reactive nitrogen?
Alpro Foundation Award for best scientific publication for a young researcher goes to Perrine Laroche for her research on the global impact of more plantbased eating in the Western world.
Identifying which areas have the biggest potential to shift to more plant-based land-friendly foods which could lead to largest carbon benefits.
Archive of the reviews and conference reports by Alpro Foundation of the past years.
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