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Ketone esters boost endurance in elite athletes: Study

A ketone ester drink developed by an Oxford University start-up for the US Army has shown benefits to elite endurance athletes by unlocking “greater human metabolic potential.”

'...with the same exercise you're preserving glycogen and producing much less lactic acid...' ©iStock
Solid global, flat European growth for Danone in first half of 2016

Can Actimel revamp inject life into Danone’s flat European sales?

Danone has recorded negative overall sales figures in Europe for the first half of 2016. But the company hopes investment in the relaunch of its Activia and Actimel brands will help return it to profitable growth.

Nutrition profiles of food with health claims only ‘marginally better,' study shows

Foods carrying health claims have only slightly better nutrition profiles than products without, according to an Oxford University study.

UK alters advice on vitamin D

The UK government has advised that adults and children over the age of one should get 10 micrograms (μg) of vitamin D every day.

Scientists to trial cockroach milk as a future protein supplement

Scientists have discovered cockroach milk is four times more nutritious than cow's milk with a protein that releases energy slowly over a long period of time.

GABA may enhance whey protein’s muscle building potential: Study

Adding GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) to a post-exercise whey protein regimen may improve muscle building more than whey protein alone, suggests a new study.

CoQ10 and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide may aid chronic fatigue syndrome in women

Researchers from Spain found that CoQ10 plus nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide for 8 weeks is safe and potentially effective in reducing max heart rate among chronic fatigue syndrome patients.

Soy-based protein could boost hunger for elderly & anorexic patients: Study

A new soy-based protein could boost appetite for hunger-suppressed patients, researchers have suggested.

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