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Startup 'gamifies' gut health with diet app aimed at long-term change

By Nikki Hancocks

A personalised nutrition startup offering the holistic benefits of both DNA and microbiome tests has revealed a dieting app to work in tandem with microbiome tests in an aim to 'gamify' gut healthy dieting and create long term changes to health.

LAST CHANCE! Calling all probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome focused researchers

Probiota Frontiers sessions deadline is today!

LAST CHANCE! Calling all probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome focused researchers

By Nathan Gray

Are you a researcher with compelling new data on the microbiome? Do you have exciting probiotic or prebiotic science to share? Would you like to present your findings at the leading microbiome-focused event? If so, today is the last day to submit your...

FoodNavigator to co-host the inaugural Global CBD Summit

Demystifying hemp and cannabidiol: Introducing the CBD Global Summit

By Katy Askew

CBD has caught the public's imagination as an ingredient offering a host of potential health benefits. But for all the hype, CBD also courts controversy. To move from a trending ingredient to an ingredient trend, the sector will need to address some...

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WATCH NOW: Gates Foundation funded study develops ‘unique nutrient-delivery system’

Fighting malnutrition: Could new nutrient delivery strategy help billions of people?

By Nathan Gray

A unique new nutrient delivery system, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, could help billions of people suffering from malnutrition by improving the way iron and vitamin A are fortified into foods, say those behind the project.

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Global survey reveals shoppers' probiotic perceptions

By Nikki Hancocks

Shoppers believe probiotics provide great health benefits and they want to consume them through food and drink beyond the refrigerator aisle, according to a new survey of more than 11,000 consumers across the world.

Chicory root is the raw material for inulin, one of the most popular prebiotic ingredients.  Getty Images.

Prebiotics group concurs with $5.5 billion figure on global market

By Hank Schultz

Growing consumer awareness along with demand in animal nutrition is driving the overall growth of prebiotics, which a trade group says will account for $5.5 billion in sales in 2019. Better messaging can help maintain that momentum, the group says.

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