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New recommendations for migraine related probiotic studies

By Nikki Hancocks

Researchers from ADM Protexin have published a list of recommendations for future probiotic trials in migraine sufferers in order to improve the body of evidence in the field, after they discovered it was impossible to perform a meta-analysis in this...

Sell-out: Leading experts in the industry take part in the closing 'Big Debate' at Probiota 2019.

TWO WEEKS LEFT FOR EARLY BIRD TICKETS

Key themes announced for Probiota 2020: Get your early bird tickets now!

By Nathan Gray

After its sell-out 2019 edition in Copenhagen, Probiota will be heading to Dublin in February 2020. Check out the key themes and outline agenda for the leading probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome event … and register now for the three-day festival of...

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Editor's spotlight: Startup Focus

Nutritional Hormesis: Are polyphenols the future of nutrition?

By Nikki Hancocks

A former vegetarian chef with a passion for purity is staying true to his roots with his organic plant-based supplements which he hopes will bring nutritional hormesis to the fore of the wellbeing market.

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Sports Nutrition Summit 2019

Muscle in on the market: How to build the best protein bar

By Nikki Hancocks

A burly 18 per cent of the sports nutrition market is new products and the industry continues to deliver new and exciting solutions for its innovation-inspired audience. But what products really stick?

Tom Morgan at Sports Nutrition Summit 2019

Sports Nutrition Summit 2019

How to spin the right web in a social media economy

By Nikki Hancocks

As online reviews become 'intrinsic' to sales it's essential that sports nutrition brands learn how their products stack up online and communicate correctly with their web audience.

Slovakia softens regulatory stance on CBD supplement use

EDITOR's SPOTLIGHT: SCIENCE & REGULATION

Slovakia softens regulatory stance on CBD supplement use

By Will Chu

Slovakia looks to have eased its stance on cannabidiol (CBD) use as the country’s government deletes it from a list of psychotropic ingredients, essentially classing CBD as a non-regulated substance.

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