Personalised advice may evoke more health benefits than generic advice in elderly people, according to an analaysis executed as part of a collaborative research project between TNO and Wageningen University and Research.
Major improvements are needed to teach parents about the importance of vitamin D and their children's requirements as too many do not know the facts, according to researchers at Leeds Beckett University.
Cornell University food scientists have created a low-calorie butter-like spread that consists of 80% water and minuscule drops of vegetable oil and milk fat, mimicking the look and texture of dairy butter without the use of artificial stabilizers.
Wheat flour fortification and targeted supplementation would in total prevent 33% (13.2 million) of cases of vitamin D deficiency in England and Wales over the next 90 years, say researchers at the University of Birmingham.
Europe’s food supplement sector makes some of the world’s best, but QC issues around stability and blends threaten its standing, with only 10% of finished products bothering to conduct end-product stability testing, according to an industry player.
There are just two weeks to go until Europe’s top sports nutrition event kicks off in Amsterdam, but there is still time to register and join a host of top brands and leading academics at the event. Don't miss out!
Dietary intake of the kinds of flavonoids found in apples and tea may ward off certain types of cancer and heart-related disease, a Danish cohort study finds, especially for smokers and heavy drinkers.
Taking a 'big-data' approach to identifying white spaces in the sports market will be vital for brands looking to stand the test of time in the rapidly expanding sports and active nutrition market, says Nick Morgan ahead of his interactive 'build-a-bar'...
Consumers worldwide are shunning idealistic and unrealistic health goals touted by celebs and influencers and embracing more personalised preventative measures in a bid to take control of their health, according to new market insight.