The Market for Anti-ageing Foods (2nd Edition) — Aarkstore Enterprise

The global functional foods market continues to develop at a fast pace with growth outstripping that of conventional foods, and product innovation rife. The EU Nutrition and Health Claims Directive’s strict approach to health claims however will clearly influence the future development of the sector, and heightens the need for the latest intelligence. Anti-ageing products such as foods that provide a cognitive benefit or skin health-promoting ingredients tap into one of the biggest shifts the food industry faces: the ageing consumer base. This report covers developments in the US, Japan, Australia and Europe, including latest market data and key market drivers, product trends, the regulatory environment, ingredients and patents, and future prospects.

Table of Contents :

1. INTRODUCTION
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2.1 Summary
2.2 The Regulatory Environment
2.3 Future Market Prospects for Anti-ageing Food and Drinks
3. MARKET SITUATION
3.1 Summary
3.2 Market Overview
3.3 Market Developments by Anti-Ageing Sector

3.3.1 Mental Cognitive Health
3.3.2 Eye health
3.3.3 Joint health
3.3.4 Skin health

3.4 Market Developments by Product Sector

3.4.1 Soft drinks
3.4.2 Dairy Products
3.4.3 Confectionery and Snacks

4 PRODUCT TRENDS
4.1 Summary
4.2 Overview

4.2.1 Europe
4.2.2 US
4.2.3 Japan
4.2.4 Australia

4.3 Antioxidant/Anti-Ageing
4.4 Mental/Cognitive Health
4.5 Eye Health
4.6 Joint Health
4.7 Skin Health
5. REGULATORY OVERVIEWS
5.1 EU

5.1.1 Novel foods
5.1.2 Botanicals
5.1.3 Vitamins and Minerals
5.1.4 Health Claims

5.2 USA
5.3 Japan

5.3.1 Introduction
5.3.2 Food with Nutrition Function Claims (FNFC)
5.3.3 Foods for Specified Health Uses (FOSHU)
5.3.4 Other Health food
5.3.5 Novel Food

5.4 Australia

5.4.1 Health claims
5.4.2 Nutritional claim
5.4.3 Novel foods
5.4.4 Food supplement

6. EFFECTS OF AGEING ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION, EYE, JOINT AND SKIN HEALTH
6.1 Summary
6.2 Introduction
6.3 Cognitive Function

6.3.1 Prevalence and trends in age-related cognitive disorders
6.3.2 Background
6.3.3 Risk factors

6.4 Eye Health

6.4.1 Prevalence and trends in age-related disorders of the eye
6.4.2 Background
6.4.3 Risk factors

6.5 Joint Health

6.5.1 Prevalence and trends in age-related disorders of the joints
6.5.2 Background
6.5.3 Risk factors

6.6 Skin Health

6.6.1 Age-related disorders of the skin
6.6.2 Background
6.6.3 Risk factors

6.7 Bibliography and Sources of Information
7. EFFECT OF DIET: CURRENT AND POTENTIAL ANTI- AGEING INGREDIENTS
7.1 Summary
7.2 Introduction
7.3 Current and potential ingredients to enhance cognitive function

7.3.1 Polyunsaturated fatty acids
7.3.2 B vitamin complex
7.3.3 Dietary antioxidants: vitamins C & E, carotenoids and flavonoids
7.3.4 Trace elements
7.3.5 Phospholipids
7.3.6 Ginkgo biloba
7.3.7 Coenzyme Q10
7.3.8 Carnitine
7.3.9 Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)

7.4 Current and Potential Eye Health Ingredients

7.4.1 Carotenoids – lutein and zeaxanthin
7.4.2 Antioxidant vitamins
7.4.3 Zinc
7.4.4 Glutathione
7.4.5 Fish and omega-3 fatty acids
7.4.6 Polyphenolic phytonutrients
7.4.7 Carnosine

7.5 Current and Potential Joint Health Ingredients

7.5.1 Vitamin D
7.5.2 Omega-3 fatty acids
7.5.3 Gamma-linolenic acid
7.5.4 Antioxidant vitamins
7.5.5 Glucosamine
7.5.6 Carotenoids
7.5.7 Olive oil
7.5.8 Polyphenols
7.5.9 Selenium
7.5.10 Chondritin sulfate and collagen

7.6 Current and Potential Skin Health Ingredients

7.6.1 Carotenoids
7.6.2 Vitamins A, C and E
7.6.3 Fatty acids
7.6.4 Phytonutrients
7.6.5 Coenzyme Q
7.6.6 Selenium
7.6.7 Seaweed
7.6.8 Hydrolysed Collagen
7.6.9 Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
7.6.10 Aloe Vera

7.7 References
8. PATENT REVIEW
8.1 Summary
8.2 Cognitive Function
8.3 Eye Health
8.4 Joint Health
8.5 Skin Health and Beauty
8.6 General Anti-ageing
8.7 References

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BOLA TANGKAS