Gut microbes from healthy infants can block the development of milk allergy in mice, according to new data that suggests the microbiome is critical to food allergies, and that modifying our gut bacteria could be a way to fight it.
Daily omega-3 fatty acid intake in pregnant women are 4 -10 times lower than recommended levels - an observation also noted in women of childbearing age, in findings that suggest no change in nutritional habits during this period.
Almost 60% of complementary healthcare practitioners in Australia think recent reforms by the Therapeutic Good Administration (TGA) have had an adverse impact on the industry, according to the regulator's own stakeholder survey.
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The EAT-Lancet Commission has issued the world’s first scientific targets for a healthy diet that places food production within planetary boundaries, calling for reduced consumption of animal protein, ultra-processed food and added sugar.