Caelus Health recently started a key clinical trial in individuals suffering from Metabolic Syndrome or pre-diabetes; these individuals are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
The microbiome product based on a single micro-organism (named A. soehngenii) may delay or even prevent the onset of diabetes. The trial is a final step in the development and registration of this product as a food supplement following successful completion of the previous study.
Caelus Health was established in close cooperation with Wageningen University.
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