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The program of the 17th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications 2024 is now released: Advancing polyphenols research

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Polyphenols Applications 2024 Program


The program of the 17th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications 2024, to be held in Milan - Italy on September 19-20, has been released.

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The 17th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications 2024, scheduled for September 19-20, 2024, at Università degli Studi di Milano Statale in Italy, has revealed its program. This congress aims to bridge the latest scientific research on polyphenols with their potential to promote health.


The Polyphenols Applications 2024 Congress aims to share novel insights into polyphenols and their impact on human health, with the goal of finding practical ways to enhance well-being.

Highlighted Program

  • Polyphenols in Health & Diseases: Understanding the effects of polyphenols on health.
  • Polyphenols, Microbiota & Metabolites: Exploring interactions between polyphenols, gut microbiota, and body chemicals.
  • Polyphenols & Food Research: Investigating applications of polyphenols in food.
  • Polyphenols Applications 2024: Exploring future research directions and applications of polyphenols.

These sessions will cover various topics, including the mechanisms of polyphenols in the body, their interactions with gut bacteria, and innovative uses of polyphenols in food and beyond. Additionally, emerging research areas such as polyphenols in medicine and agriculture will be discussed.

Special Focus: Translating Research into Health Benefits

A key theme of the congress is translating laboratory findings into real-world health improvements.

The president of Polyphenols Applications, Prof. Jan Frederik Stevens, stated: “In an era where we seek healthier food choices to promote longevity and healthy aging, polyphenols are positioned to play a vital role”.

For further details about the congress, including registration and abstract submission, please visit the website:

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