Speaker Interview with Maya Ivanjesku for MarketsandMarkets Gen-Next Probiotics and Microbiome Congress

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San Diego, December 12, 2019 – MarketsandMarkets recently interviewed Maya Ivanjesku, Chief Scientific Officer, Dakota Biotech regarding the MarketsandMarkets Gen-Next Probiotics and Microbiome Congress taking place on February 6-7, 2020 at Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, San Diego.

Q. What is the real role of probiotics strains., prebiotics and symbiotic in influencing a health? What are the essentials being missed out on?

A. Probiotics are the guardians of our health prebiotics is a necessary nutrient that will assure the viability of flora. Having good bacteria work together is necessary for immune support in influencing health. The probiotics produce all necessary molecules our body needs in order to keep the immune system up to par.

Q. What is your take on recent advances and future perspective in microbiota and probiotics?

A. People have been using probiotics for centuries. Now, we have a technological advance to study the mechanism of action of probiotics. Something our ancestors have known but could have not explained. The biggest responsibility we have is to make sure we do not disrupt and create dysbiosis.

Q. How to employ Marketing insights to identify trends, develop products and innovate?

A. Probiotics can be easily incorporated into many different products. Educating consumer is the biggest challenge. Using creative marketing strategies to provide the message to audience is key to successful brand/product.

Maya Ivanjesku will present on Powerful therapeutic effects – using Live Probiotic Technology in wound care at the congress.

The latest conference agenda and complete speaker line-up is available to download on the conference page, where you can also register – https://bit.ly/2si5Wwg For more inquiries contact Suraj Waghmare, Marketing Executive on suraj.waghmare@marketsandmarkets.com

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