Window to Science
'Window to Science' is the Group's journal in which we want to share our research results, new trends, interpretations and developments with you.
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Edition 1 - 2012
Functional carbohydrates and prebiotic fibres in science and legislation
Review of the 2nd European BENEO Scientific Symposium
12 - 13 March 2012, Heidelberg, Germany
Special edition 2011
BENEO ingredients and the European Nutrition and Health Claim Regulation
Positive EFSA evaluation for ISOMALT and Palatinose™
Edition 1 - 2011
Blood glucose - the fuel of the body. Its role in human health and ways of influencing it by dietary means.
Dietary fibre recommendations and intake assessments on a global basis
Sugar in the blood - friend of foe?
The dieatary fibre gab
Edition 2 - 2010
Healthy human gut microflora - A refined concept
Gut flora and obesity
The effects of fructans on the gut microflora and associated health effects
The human gut flora - Scientific perspectives on concepts and benefits
Slow release carbohydrates - The underestimated contribution to a good nutrition
Carbohydrates and their role in Nutrition
Palatinose™ and the new class of slow release carbohydrates
Physiological benefits of slow release carbohydrates
Weight Management - A Galaxy in itself, highlighting various aspects like calories, the yo-yo effect, obesity, satiety, insulin, carbohydrate intake, dietary fibres, physical exercise ...
The EU Nutrition and Health Claims System EU, Japan, China and USA
BENEO-Institute: The new organisation around nutrition and food legislation
The 1st Window to Science of BENEO refering to the proceedings of the 1st European BENEO Scientific Symposium on new findings about the energy metabolism of functional carbohydrates
At a glance: BENEO functional carbohydrates
Outlook: The future of functional carbohydrates
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