Microorganisms expert Lallemand Inc. and Institut Rosell-Lallemand will present their nutritional solutions to American dietitians during the American Dietetic Association (ADA) Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo in San Diego, September 24-27, 2011. Vitamin D yeast and scientifically-supported probiotic formula will be presented to health professionals on booth 621.
In the recent years, vitamin D deficiency has raised public health concerns in the US. According to a recent analysis lead by FDA scientists (1), the majority of American children are not getting sufficient vitamin D from sun exposure, even in summer months. At the ADA Conference, Lallemand will present its vitamin D yeast, a natural and practical solution to address vitamin D supplementation in the overall population, through Vitamin D bread or baked food for example.
A pioneer in the development and promotion of friendly bacteria in North America since nearly 40 years, Institut Rosell-Lallemand focuses today on formulating and documenting condition-specific probiotic solutions, targeting health areas such gut health and well-being, immune support, stress and anxiety, women’s health. These solutions will be presented at the ADA show. For example, the clinically documented probiotic strain Lactobacillus plantarum 299v, distributed in the US by Jarrow Formulas (under trade name Ideal Bowel Support™ 299v) is effective in maintaining intestinal function and health. Probiotics are significantly beneficial for optimal bowel function and health without side effects of long-term usage.
Lallemand Inc. is a privately held Canadian company specializing in the research, development, production, marketing and distribution of yeast and bacteria. Lallemand has over 2,300 employees located in more than 36 countries on all continents.
Institut Rosell has been part of the Lallemand Group since 1998. It is dedicated to the selection, development, production and marketing of probiotic formulations for the food and pharmaceutical industries. With extensive experience in the culturing and production of live microorganisms since 1932, Institut Rosell conducts advanced research programs aimed at better understanding the properties, functions and beneficial effects of these probiotic formulations on health. For more information, please visit www.institut-rosell-lallemand.com.