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Nestlé buys stake in U.S. firm that supports those suffering from Alzheimer’s

Nestlé buys stake in U.S. firm to support fight against Alzheimer's.

To further its mission of becoming the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company, Nestlé has purchased a stake in a U.S. firm that manufactures specially formulated medical food for those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

In a statement posted on the Nestlé website, Luis Cantarell, President and CEO of Nestlé Health Science – a division of the company set up last year that aims to pioneer the growing area of personal health science nutrition, said that it was a step in the right direction for the company.

“Acquiring a stake in Accera is a strategic step forward in building up our brain health portfolio,” said Cantarell. “It fits well with our vision to develop a strong portfolio of science-based nutritional solutions to address chronic conditions.”

The exact stake in Accera has not yet been released but their name brand product, Axona, is used by up to 30,000 people in the United States already. Axona is intended for the clinical dietary management of mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease according to Cantarell.

Axona provides an alternative energy source for those suffering from Alzheimer’s, whose brains lose the ability to use glucose throughout time, resulting in improved memory and cognitive functions in ongoing medical trials, Reuters reported.

Sean Flynn is a Junior Writer for The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @BuffaloFlynn


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


Nestlé Health Science Develops Recipes for Blended Diets Using Compleat® Formulas as a Base

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. , May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestlé Health Science introduces homemade blenderized tube-feeding recipes using Compleat ® , Compleat ® Pediatric and Compleat ® Pediatric Reduced Calorie formulas as a base. As many as 30 breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes for blended diets can be accessed on www.myCompleat.com. The website features downloadable recipe booklets and recipe videos created to help patients and caregivers blenderize Compleat ® formulas with additional real food ingredients.

"Homemade blenderized tube feedings allow patients to include a variety of real foods in their diet and provide a way for caregivers to involve their loved one in family mealtime, but preparing homemade tube feedings providing complete and balanced nutrition exclusively from conventional foods can be challenging," said Carol Siegel , MS, RD, Director of Medical Affairs for Nestlé Health Science's Medical Nutrition business in the United States . "Using a Compleat formula as a base for a home blenderized tube feeding is convenient and provides all required daily nutrients."

The recipe booklets available on www.myCompleat.com offer kitchen, storage, preparation and feeding tips, as well as instructions on preparing blenderized recipes with Compleat ® formulas. For easy kitchen reference, a two-page guide on preparing a homemade blenderized tube feeding can also be downloaded. Before starting or switching to a homemade tube-feeding regimen, patients and caregivers should consult with their healthcare professional.

The new Compleat ® family of tube-feeding formulas used as a base in the blenderized tube-feeding recipes now include:


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