All news articles for July 2024

Menopause shedding stigma but still very confusing

Menopause shedding stigma but still very confusing

By Asia Sherman

According to Bonafide Health’s Annual State of Menopause Study, women are increasingly open and vocal about menopause, but confusion and misperceptions about symptoms and treatment remain rampant.

NutraWomen Wednesday: Komal Baldwa, founder of Waleria Health Tech

NutraWomen Wednesday: Komal Baldwa, founder of Waleria Health Tech

By Danielle Masterson

Described as a formidable advocate for women's health, Komal Baldwa, founder of Waleria Health Tech, is a serial entrepreneur and women's health proponent. Baldwa's boldness in launching Bleu, the first vegan condom brand in India, addressed...

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Study: AI guided supplement prescriptions more effective than doctors

By Lisa Buckingham

Supplement prescriptions guided by artificial intelligence (AI) are more effective at lowering low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and triglycerides than those prescribed by a doctor, according to a recent pilot study reported in Nutrients.

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Can food palatability be predicted?

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

How can you tell a food is palatable? New research uses three metrics – HFSS, UPF and HPF – to test whether palatability can be predicted.

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Spore-forming probiotic may ease URTI symptoms

By Stephen Daniells

Supplementation with a sport forming probiotic may activate the immune system to help suppress symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection (URTI), says a new study from Japan.

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ASA targets menopause claims with AI assisted crackdown

By Nikki Hancocks

The UK’s advertising standards authority (ASA) has warned supplement firms they must remove ads which make claims to treat or cure the symptoms of menopause, as part of a wider AI-assisted campaign.

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ISAPP to host next public scientific meeting

By Olivia Haslam

The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) annual scientific meeting is opening to members of the press and public next week.

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