There has been a revolution in technology. But what do we now know about probiotics that we didn’t know five years ago?
Medical products looking to transition to the food supplements space could benefit from exemptions to health claims regulations until 2022, after a court ruling allowed current rules to be extended.
Cases of selenium deficiency could be on the increase after Swiss scientists attributed climate change for a decrease of the trace element in soil.
A combination of l-arginine with folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 may improve vascular function and help reduce blood pressure, says a new study from Germany.
The gravity of questions about mercury in fish seems to depend on the particular expert’s point of view, with neurologists high on the concern curve. But those concerns could bolster the uptake of omega-3 supplements, one expert says.
Shanghai-based nutraceutical and functional foods supplier Acerchem International is to establish a European R&D and manufacturing centre in Swansea, South Wales.
Another month, another insect start-up? Maybe, but Danish firm Insekt KBH's apple, ginger and cricket juice is different: it's sustainable not only thanks to its ingredients but because it's produced in Copenhagen's self-sustaining urban food loop.
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Condition-specific probiotics backed up by clinical trials remain rare. Heart health strain LRC is an exception that has created multiple functional food opportunities.
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The days of taste and general health trends dictating dietary decisions are over. Today, scientific and technological advances mean personalized nutrition is possible.