The British Society of Gastroenterology has published updated guidelines for the management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) in which probiotics may prove effective for general symptoms and abdominal pain linked to the condition.
In the second of NutraIngredients’ focus on cognitive health, Dr Andrew Scholey took time out to discuss his thoughts on the sector and its impact in sports nutrition, esports and where the gut microbiome fits in.
Increasing popularity of plant-based sports nutrition has compelled sports nutritionist, TJ Waterfall, to compile a new guide designed to educate consumers and promote the industry’s commitment to vegan and vegetarian nutrition.
A study, carried out by researchers at the University of California, found that simple changes in diet can have significant effects on skin disease, such as psoriasis - a chronic skin condition triggered by an overactive immune system that attacks healthy...
Phynova Group is to enter a partnership with Lus Health Ingredients to extend the availability and benefits of its White Mulberry Leaf extract that is said to aid in reducing glucose uptake after meals.
Low levels of EPA and DHA omega-3s in red blood cell membranes may have a similar predictive power of early death to that of the well-established standard risk factors, such as smoking, says a new analysis.
Building strong evidence for an immune health claim is high on the agenda for many in our industry today, so NutraIngredients asked an expert about the process of conducting human clinical trials with this specific aim in mind.
Glucosamine supplements may improve functional gut health benefits such as reduced bloating, constipation and hard stools, says a new randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial in healthy men and women.
Plant-based protein shakes may be better than whey protein shakes for people who need to monitor their glucose levels, according to research from the Centre for Nutraceuticals at the University of Westminster.
NovoBiome and The French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) are to work together on a new metagenomic approach that delves deeper into the host-microbiota relationship.
This week’s NutraWoman has extensive experience in research and nutrition biochemistry, serves on the editorial board of multiple peer-reviewed journals, and is an active member of several organizations. Susan Mitmesser, PhD, Vice President, Science &...
A flavonoid compound found in hops could aid in tackling a common liver disease with researchers noting fewer negative side effects than current drugs as well as potential use in addressing metabolic syndrome.
Bifidobacterium infantis EVC001 may influence immune system development in infants, says a new study from Evolve BioSystems that highlights the potential to reduce the risk of allergic and autoimmune conditions later in life.
CBD industry specialists have voiced their concerns over the direction of the market as they reveal consumer research indicating the most popular products in the category are likely to be outlawed by novel foods regulations.
Recent surges in chlorella sales are yet more proof of the massive and growing influence of social media platforms in supplement performance – even if #chlorella was not the hashtag boosting the chlorella category.