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08 Feb 2023
--- A study conducted by the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Pakistan is highlighting the ability of delta-tocotrienol, one of the eight molecules that constitute vitamin E, to reduce inflammation in patients suffering... Read More
08 Feb 2023
--- Adults with prediabetes who take vitamin D supplements are 15% less likely to develop diabetes, according to a recent review of three clinical trials published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. NutritionInsight speaks with... Read More
08 Feb 2023
--- Concerns are growing that upcoming food gene-editing (New Genomic Techniques or NGT) regulation in the EU might be too lax. A coalition of more than 50 food and environmental organizations have joined forces to oppose EU... Read More
08 Feb 2023
--- Extracting bioactive peptides from fava beans using precision tech as a “game-changing” muscle health solution, Nuritas and Maastricht University have published a clinical trial demonstrating the effectiveness of... Read More
08 Feb 2023
--- Macroeconomic shocks, supply chain shortages, inflation, war and a pandemic has impacted the world across industries. As a result, increased health awareness has been observed among consumers, as they are hungry for... Read More
07 Feb 2023
--- Nutritional associations have “expressed dismay” following the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) rejection of three citizens’ petitions to legally allow the marketing of cannabidiol (CBD) in... Read More
07 Feb 2023
--- The “first” high-quality reference genome for a genetically improved tilapia strain has been published following a collaboration between the Earlham Institute, the Roslin Institute and WorldFish, which leads... Read More
07 Feb 2023
--- Grass could be the next big “ingredient” in the alternative meat space, proving to be a viable substitute to soy, according to Schouten Europe. The company is joining forces with Netherlands-based Grassa to... Read More
07 Feb 2023
--- Nine in ten consumers view health holistically and believe it is crucial to adopt a well-balanced diet, but they have different approaches to healthy eating. That is according to new research commissioned from... Read More
07 Feb 2023
--- ADM is expanding its pro- and postbiotic production to keep pace with the forecasted huge growth expected. The company is opening a facility in Valencia, Spain, to scale pro- and postbiotic production and meet its expected... Read More
06 Feb 2023
--- Market research data by Innova Market Insights points to a surge in supplements tracked with skin health positionings. The category experienced more than 30% average annual growth in product launches of dietary supplements... Read More
06 Feb 2023
--- The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has, for the first time, proposed limiting the amount of added sugars in school meals following a petition signed by the Center of Science for Public Interest (CSPI) last year to... Read More
06 Feb 2023
--- The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will not object to a qualified health claim on reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease for conventional foods. The claim will only apply to cocoa flavanols in high-flavanol... Read More
06 Feb 2023
--- New School Foods is unveiling its proprietary and scalable technology, capable of producing whole-cut fish alternatives that “look and cook” like ordinary seafood, according to the business. The technology... Read More
06 Feb 2023
--- Major ingredients suppliers are expecting a wave of innovation in the supplements industry in the next five years, spurred by new digital technologies, emerging market opportunities, environmental sustainability demands and... Read More
03 Feb 2023
--- Suppliers of intentionally adulterated botanical ingredients make use of shortcomings in commonly used laboratory methods, according to a paper published by the American Botanical Council (ABC). The authors aim to raise... Read More
03 Feb 2023
--- This week in nutrition news, the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) issued guidance for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to be considered by the US Congress when drafting the 2023 Farm Bill. Propel Fitness... Read More
03 Feb 2023
--- US-based researchers have found a high likelihood that some of the most popular baby products in supermarkets – rice cereals, infant formula, puffs and purees – contain the toxic chemicals arsenic, lead, mercury... Read More
03 Feb 2023
--- As the nutraceutical industry continues to tout the cognitive, healthy aging, weight management properties and various other benefits of curcumin, Sabinsa highlights Curcumin C3 Reduct, the company’s curcumin... Read More
02 Feb 2023
--- A retrospective cohort study of US veterans has found that higher doses of vitamin D supplementation reduced suicide attempts and intentional self-harm by up to 48%. Published in Plos One, the research identified the... Read More
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