Back to profile Projects - ir. MJ (Martine) van der Mast Moving consumers to eat more plant-based products The global demand for animal proteins (e.g. meat and dairy) is still growing. In order to benefit both the environment and our health, a transition... Healthy fats, happy microbiome Looking for additional value for your dietary fats and oils? A new project will be initiated to study the microbiome-modulatory potential of various... Call for partners: Food processing, advanced glycemic end products (AGEs) & health During food processing advanced glycation end products (AGEs) are formed. Is the consumption of food rich in AGEs harmful or beneficial for health?... Improving plant-based meat analogues by evaluating effects on human health and sustainability There is an increasing demand for plant-based meat products and the meat substitute market has attractive opportunities. Currently meat analogous are... Call for partners: Some like it sweet, some like it quick: understanding the development of eating habits in young children Fast eating of energy dense foods and a high preference for sweet tasting foods or drinks make children susceptible to overeating and the development... Call for partners: In-silico digestion of food and their metabolic responses Experts in food digestion from WFBR and Wageningen University (Food Science) are calling for industrial partners for developing an in-silico digestion... Call for partners: Using sustainable omega-3 rich algae oil to improve gut-brain health Currently, omega-3 intake, especially DHA, is often too low. Omega-3 fish oil has shown to be highly involved in brain and immune development in young... Call for partners: Improving societal participation of people with chronic diseases The ambition of the PAR-EL consortium is to improve societal participation of people with one or more chronic health conditions (including stroke,... Call for partners: Joint forces for personalized lifestyle support to improve response and reduce side-effects of cancer treatment Wageningen University & Research, Division of Human Nutrition and Health, is looking for partners to join this consortium.