It's not easy to keep up with the fast pace of the news, but the weekly nutra news review is your best shot. Our editors run down their weekly news highlights - giving you the inside track on the top news and analysis from the last seven days.
Marathon runners consuming a beverage formulated with immune ingredient Wellmune saw a 19% reduction in the severity of upper respiratory tract infection (URTIs), compared to the placebo group, says a new study.
Parkinson’s disease (PD) ‘starts in the gut’ says an expert, who spoke of a study that identifies the gut-brain axis and change in microbiome environment as playing key roles in disease onset and progression.
A BASF-led study has pointed towards the use of high-concentration omega-3 in managing the consequences of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition that affects roughly one in five Europeans.
The Nagoya Protocol, the big changes coming for Lactobacillus classification, and how to boost your chances of success with an NDI notification were just some of the topic covered during the third annual IPA Workshop in DC.
The rise of nutritionalism – focusing on nutrient content rather than the whole food – has created a ‘nutritional cacophony’ that leaves people confused. Nutritionist Bernard Lavallée explains how manufacturers can create healthy processed foods.
The prime purchasing decision of fortified and nutritional products amongst the elderly remains the efficacy of the active ingredients contained within the product, according to a survey carried out by DuPont Nutrition & Health.
Many studies have linked polyphenols—chemical compounds found in everything from chocolate to olives to berries—to reduced cardiovascular disease risk. French researchers took a closer look at how different types of polyphenols relate to this risk.