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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS
23 Jan 2023 --- The supplement market’s proliferation is being driven by mega-trends toward holistic well-being, beauty-from-within and immunity support in the aftermath of a global pandemic. Supplements offer numerous... Read More
NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS
23 Dec 2022 --- The social media platform TikTok has set trends for food, nutrition and overall lifestyle and, most recently, drinking water infused with onions. Due to its antioxidant and nutritional value, it is said to be... Read More
16 Dec 2022 --- This week in nutrition news, Aker BioMarine released study results showing that, as a result of the low bycatch rate, the Antarctic krill fishery is the cleanest in the world. Also, acacia gum R&D company... Read More
06 Dec 2022 --- Royal DSM is implementing a “major reduction” of vitamin C production at its Jiangshan plant in China with immediate effect. The Dutch multinational says it will evaluate a return to normal production... Read More
25 Nov 2022 --- This week in nutrition news, Applied Nutrition announced the release of ten new flavors for its branded Premium Whey Protein Powder. DSM revealed that it would halt the production of vitamin A for at least two... Read More
18 May 2021 --- Following Benexia’s distribution deal with Lehvoss Nutrition, CEO Sandra Gillot sheds light on how cold-pressed chia oil can offer a source for vegan omega 3 ALA. Notably, ALA is the only essential fatty acid that the body does not produce, yet it is critical for anti-inflammation.
07 Apr 2020 --- At Nutraceuticals Europe, held in Madrid, Spain, Ettore Giacobbe of Lehvoss, discussed how people are living increasingly busy lives. Unhealthy diets mean that microbiomes may suffer, providing an opportunity for probiotics to right the balance. Another major topic is immune health, with long-standing ingredients such as vitamin C getting a new lease on life as COVID-19 continues to spread.
06 Dec 2018 --- Nexira launched a baobab product as the company’s latest superfruit. “It combines well with other Nexira’s superfruits thanks to its antioxidant properties and high nutrient content. Organic certified and sustainably harvested in Africa this new ingredient will be a perfect source of inspiration for your new product developments,” the company writes. The baobab superfruit has been enjoying an NPD resurgence, boosted by renewed interest in the digestive health and low GI space, as well its strong potential for use in the sports nutrition market. Baobab – which is touted as offering low GI appeal, a high dietary fiber content and for being rich in vitamin C – has seen annual growth of 53 percent in NPD, according to Innova Market Insights data.
06 Nov 2017 --- Divas Drink International, A.S. has launched Functional Melon Drink Hydrate+ Hyaluronic Acid, a non-alcoholic beverage with melon juice and fruit juices, with added hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is one of the building blocks of the skin, it binds water and by that hydrates the skin. It also helps to remove cell waste and create new cells. Melon is a source of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. It contains a high amount of vitamin C which we need to stimulate immunity and overall physical and mental fitness. This drink is very rich in vitamin A, which reduces the formation of blood clots, improves iron uptake and promotes collagen production, preventing the formation of wrinkles and varicose veins. The antioxidant lycopene helps the body fight free radicals, protecting it from cancer. Important is also the vitamin B content in the drink, which is necessary for the proper functioning of the heart and liver. It supports good sleep and weight loss and lowers blood sugar.
22 May 2017 --- Environmental regulation policy in a region of China responsible for a vast percentage of vitamin C production has led to a crippling of supply and a subsequent surge in prices. Dennis Rijnders of DSM discusses the current industry challenges.