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Bone and joint health – Video

This December, Vitafoods Insights explores the topic of bone and joint health as part of our thematic month offerings.

This Vitafoods Insights video panel discussion explores the bone and joint health market, covering market trends, growth, challenges, opportunities, the importance of mobility considerations, the aspects of functional herbal therapy in fibromyalgia syndrome, and more.

Speakers

 Speaker circled  (15).png Dr Samantha Christie
Scientific adviser, CRN UK
Post-doctoral scientist with over 20 years’ expertise in consumer healthcare.  Sam has led the development and communication of innovative, non-pharmacological, over-the-counter approaches to health and well-being through pioneering, commercially-successful, collaborative research projects and respective peer-review publications. Projects have included non-pharmacological approaches to microvascular health, premenstrual syndrome, skin photo-ageing, fibromyalgia, asthma, chronic telogen effluvium and travellers’ diarrhoea at Reading University, the Medical Research Council Cambridge, Nottingham City Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Portsmouth University.
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Mike Hughes
Head of research & insight, FMCG Gurus
Mike Hughes has over 13 years’ experience analysing consumer trends, attitudes and behaviours and currently heads up the research and insight division at FMCG Gurus. Mike has a particular interest in highlighting how consumer attitudes and behaviours can often differ and what the true meaning of trends are for the industry.

 

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