The Choko-Age consortium will host its mid-term conference in Rovereto on December 2nd, 2022. The one-day event will be divided as follows:…
On August 23rd 2022, just before the Redox Biology Congress 2022, the 3rd Vitamin E Satellite Symposium (VESS-3) took place. The event was dedicated to the celebration of the 100 Years of discovery of Vitamin E. both the symposium and the joint conference were crucial moments for promoting the Project and sharing some of its early results.
Can chocolate, one of the most popular sweets, rich in vitamin E and polyphenols, also help in reducing the risk of protein-energy malnutrition and frailty in the elderly with cognitive decline? Naturally combined with a structured physical activity program.
2022 marks 100 years of the discovery of vitamin E. To celebrate, the 3° Vitamin E Satellite Symposium (VESS-3) will be held on the 23/08/2022 in Ghent, Belgium. The event will be a crucial moment to share the research done under the Choko-Age Project.
Progetto CHOKO-AGE presentato ad Eurochocolate 2021 | The CHOKO-AGE Project presented at Eurochocolate 2021
Il progetto europeo CHOKO-AGE è stato presentato ad Eurochocolate 2021 in un apposito gazebo grazie all’ospitalità del Comune di Bastia Umbra e delle sue Farmacie Comunali.
[Also in English] Dal 10 al 13 settembre, presso il Barton Park di Perugia, si sono svolti gli Avanti Tutta days, evento annuale organizzato da Avanti Tutta Onlus impegnata nella promozione di uno stile di vita sano.
Choko-Age ha fatto la sua prima comparizione pubblica in presenza attraverso uno stand dell’Ateneo di Perugia, che coordina il consorzio di ricerca.
Five prestigious European universities and two important industrial partners take part in the CHOKO-AGE project. To enhance the work of each of the participants on the CHOKO-AGE website there is a dedicated page for each of them. From there it is also possible to take a virtual tour in some of them and see the spaces in which the project research will develop. It is possible to access the dedicated pages by
The elderly are naturally vulnerable to muscle wasting due to lowered efficacy of metabolic processes and undernutrition. This may lead to a significant loss of muscle function and a general decline in the quality of life. CHOKO-AGE is a scientific project funded by one of the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) calls of the H2020 European programme (ERA-HDHL cofunded) that aims to tackle….