Regular high caffeine consumption is associated with a higher risk of developing glaucoma in people with a genetic predisposition to elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), according to a new large-scale study.
The European Commission (EC) has been accused of ‘abandoning all ambition on botanicals,’ after a recent evaluation of regulation on nutrition and health claims, concluded ‘further study’ was required.
Caroline Beckman started her career at just 18 years old. Less than a decade later she has founded, advised and invested in over 10 companies. The founder and CEO of Nouri credits much of her success to her mother, who homeschooled her.
A new Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program bulletin on pomegranate adulteration finds that the situation has improved somewhat in the past five years, but that a still unacceptably high amount of fraudulent products are in the market.
Findings from the Food4Me trial reveals that personalised nutrition advice achieves greater reductions in foods high in fat, sugars and salt as global initiatives target these foods to address the obesity crisis.
Chr. Hansen has received European Commission (EC) approval to produce a novel prebiotic used in infant formula from a new microbial source, in an application that further drives the products’ premiumisation.
A survey of frontline health care workers across six countries found that those who followed plant-based or pescatarian diets were significantly less likely to suffer severe COVID-19 symptoms, compared with those who followed other diets.
Biotech start-up FitBiomics has launched its first consumer product under the Nella brand, with more to come from the company that is mining the microbiomes of elite athletes for next generation probiotics.