All news articles for July 2020

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Plant or animal protein: What's healthiest for people and planet?

By Nikki Hancocks

Animal sources of protein are more potent than vegan sources for stimulating muscle growth but their significant impact on climate change means plant sources will be key for future diets, researchers will be told later this week as part of an online physiology...

Industry Movers: Aker Biomarine, RB and Symrise


Industry Movers: Aker Biomarine, RB and Symrise

By Will Chu

Nutrition firms continue to use the Summer months to refresh management teams and recruit for key positions. NutraIngredients presents a roundup of these key moves in the EMEA region.

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Prebiotic and probiotic interventions may ease depression in adults

By Danielle Masterson

Millions of people suffer from depression across the globe. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 adults in the United States experience mental illness each year. The most common treatment methods for depression are antidepressant...

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Algaia announces plans to accelerate sustainability strategy

By Danielle Masterson

French biomarine company Algaia, SA, just announced it has appointed Frederic Faure, one of the co-founders of the company, as its new CEO. At the top of Faure’s to-do list: Accelerating and expanding the company’s sustainability plan. The new CEO said...

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Review reveals mechanisms behind Calanus Oil health benefits

By Nikki Hancocks

Calanus Oil contributes to the prevention of obesity-induced low-grade inflammation and associated metabolic disturbances by acting as potent stimulators of the GPR120 receptor, which is associated with reduced inflammation, according to a new review.



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