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JPI Appetite

Dominique Dardevet


Innovative plAnt Protein fibre and Physical activity solutions to address poor appEtite and prevenT undernutrITion in oldEr adults



ISITE International JPG

   Sergio Polakof    Dominique Dardevet

MetAMob: A metabolomics-based strategy to non-invasively estimate the mobility and nutritional status in old patients: Towards a more personalized care pathway for home discharge


Didier Rémond

Nex-N-Mob: Experimental exploration of the nutrition-mobility nexus


Marie -Agnès Peyron

Glyc’3D: Investigation of the glycation reaction on the texturing of food products produced by 3D printing.


Dominique Dardevet  Isabelle Savary-Auzeloux

Fragi-Biote: Development of a rodent model with an aged human microbiota to test individualized interventional strategies during aging.


Dominique Dardevet  Isabelle Savary-Auzeloux

Knowledge Platform for Intestinal Microbiomics, Diet and Health

ANR Melodies

Sergio Polakof

Melodies: Determination of organ-specific biomarkers of diabetes using a novel quantitative metabolomics approach:the liquid metabolic biopsy concept

ANR glutN

Marie -Agnès Peyron

Glut'N: Specific Wheat and Breads to Solve Gluten Sensitivity?

LactoHealth JPG

Savary-Auzeloux I

Lacto for Health: : Nutritional strategy to reduce sarcopenia in the elderly under malnutrition: enrichment of a food in probiotics "energy saver"


Dominique Dardevet  Isabelle Savary-Auzeloux

Strep-Inflamm: Development of a functional food based on Streptococcus thermophilus to fight against intestinal inflammation


Isabelle Savary-Auzeloux       Marie -Agnès Peyron

Micro-Nut: Impact of food structure on the bioavailability of micronutrients


Dominique Dardevet  Isabelle Savary-Auzeloux 

Implicated in a task on animal model and  role of microbiota in health.


Sergio Polakof  Dominique Dardevet  et Daniel  Béchet

Optimization of the muscle mass preservation by a chrono-nutrition dissociated from the meal. Frail elderdies as a model.

Synbiocare JPG

Controlling infectious disease by modulating the microbiota with an implantable device


Didier Rémond 

Valuing the plant proteins as blends of high nutritional quality for specific populations. Proof of concept with a new product designed for preventing metabolic dysfunctions in the elderly

Emergence 2017

Sergio Polakof

Quantitative Metabolomics: A New Approach to ExploreTissue Metabolism


Dominique Dardevet

Development of food matrices based on fruit pastes as vectors of proteins or carbohydrates for the prevention and management of protein-energy malnutrition in the elderly.


Didier Rémond

Efficiency of food protein production in humid tropics: a trade-off among farms, plants and animals