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Lallemand Health Solutions and Proge Farm finalise a licensing deal for the commercialisation of L. plantarum P17630 (Proge P17630), a probiotic strain that addresses a number of women’s health conditions.
India is leading the APAC market with the highest number of new food, drinks and supplements that bear immune system-boosting claims launched in the last five months. Australia and Indonesia ranked second and third.
A novel finding connecting omega-3 levels to protection from cellular damage in the brain caused by fine particulates that might be inhaled adds a new wrinkle in the story of the benefits of these fatty acids, says one of the paper's authors.
Higher than currently recommended intake of carbohydrate during highly demanding exercises may be a more suitable strategy for optimising post-exercise recovery, according to a new study on elite athletes.
NZMP, the global dairy ingredients brand of Fonterra, has announced a European patent has been granted allowing NZMP customers the ability to position their products as beneficial for cognitive development.
Quercetin, found in pickled capers, can support brain and heart health and may even offer a promising future therapy for the treatment of epilepsy and abnormal heart rhythms, according to new research.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is predicting a shift to a diet-based approach to health care in the next five years, in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) will expand knowledge of the benefits of dietary phytonutrients.
New recommendations that address the safety of biological products containing live microorganisms, may help firms obtain a marketing authorisation that is so far proving elusive, according to a research team
A report believes the reduction of chronic digestive disease risk and improvements to gut microbiome health can be achieved by changing behaviours and attitudes towards food consumption and production.
Mycoprotein, the mushroom derived protein source found in meat replacement products, stimulates muscle growth better than a leucine-matched portion of milk protein, according to a new study in resistance trained men.