By Chlorella supplementation may lower cardiovascular risk
Consuming chlorella as a supplement improved levels of total cholesterol, systolic blood pressure, and other indicators of cardiovascular disease risk—but may be a better value to unhealthy populations, according to a new meta-analysis.
The polyphenols found in acai can survive through the digestive system, potentially bringing prebiotic benefits throughout the gastrointestinal tract down to the colon, according to researchers in the UK.
Interest in plant-based beverages and fermented beverages separately is intense and growing, but a combination of the two – fermented plant-based beverages – is an untapped opportunity for industry, says DuPont Nutrition & Health.
Women who consumed the probiotic strain Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 during and after pregnancy showed fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety in the weeks after their infant’s birth, according to research published in EBioMedicine.
The International Probiotics Association will unveil the first draft of its new manufacturing standards for the probiotics industry at the upcoming IPA DC Workshop, in collaboration with the US Pharmacopeia.
What can pharmaceutical and nutrition industries learn from each other, and is the historical divide between the two slowly starting to be bridged? In this special edition ahead of CPhI, we look at how the two worlds of pharma and nutrition are colliding.
The National University of Singapore academic behind what is believed to be the world's first probiotic beer has revealed the considerable challenges that had to be overcome for good bacteria to survive in booze.