Module 1 – The Senior’s Food Market Opportunity
Module 2 – The Healthcare and Nutritional Needs of Seniors
Module 3 – Food Fortification for Health Management
Module 4 – Designing New Foods for Seniors
Module 5 – The 5 Phases of New Product Development
Module 6 – Nutrition and Health Claims
Module 7 – Innovative Packaging and Food Labelling
Module 9 – Seniors’ Unique Barriers and Needs
Module 10 – Using Innovation to Create Opportunities
Module 11- The Design Thinking Process
Module 12 – Researching Senior Consumers’ Needs
Module 13 – Effective Marketing Approaches to Senior Consumers
Module 14 – Business Models for the Seniors Market
Module 15 – Creating a Seniors Food Marketing Strategy
This short “pocket film” covers those who are at risk for malnutrition, its debilitating impact on older adults, and tips for identifying the condition and how it can be treated and prevented. The film is also available in Spanish.
This video gets insights into the prevalence of malnutrition amongst older adults in Europe and learns about the important determinants of malnutrition.
More reading materials
The intention of the Action Plan is to significantly reduce the burden of preventable diet-related noncommunicable diseases, obesity, and all other forms of malnutrition still prevalent in the WHO European Region.
This study examined the cross-sectional associations between clinically diagnosed depression and intakes of antioxidants, fruits, and vegetables in a cohort of older adults.
This article mentions the study’s conclusion about evaluating the total antioxidant capacity of the diet, measured by the ferric-reducing antioxidant power (FRAP) assay, in relation to risks of dementia and stroke, as well as key structural brain volumes, in the elderly.
This article mentions the study’s conclusion about the progressive loss of motor function, including parkinsonian signs, which is common in older adults. A diet may contribute to the motor decline. The authors tested the hypothesis that dietary intake of antioxidant nutrients (carotenoids, vitamin E, and vitamin C) is related to the progression of parkinsonian signs in older adults.
This article examines whether using vitamins C and E alone or in combination was associated with a lower incidence of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
An article regarding reducing food intake in lower animals (such as rats) can decrease body weight, hinder many ageing processes, delay the onset of most diseases of old age, and prolong life.
Review Article regarding the role of diet in neurodegeneration.
Article regarding Ageing, Cellular Senescence and Anti-Ageing Interventions
The webpage about PROMISS’ Project. It tackles challenges like malnutrition, healthy aging, and some recommendations.