A new RCT investigating the effect of Lion’s Mane intakes on cognition and stress in healthy, young adults reports significant improvements in short and long-term cognition, when compared to control groups.
Supplementation with a standardized Ashwagandha root extract may reduce stress and anxiety in healthy individuals with mild to moderate stress-related symptoms, compared to placebo, says a new study from Sabinsa.
A new systematic review observes that combining beetroot juice (BJ) with nutritional supplements, including caffeine, nitrate (NIT), and citrulline (CIT), may provide a synergistic effect to improve exercise performance.
A 'sunshine vitamin' deficiency among pregnant Black women is a significant predictor of preterm birth (PTB), as compared to non-Hispanic white women, according to research which appeared in Nutrients.
What are the main benefits of eating a healthy diet? Well, according to a new study, living longer for one.. In fact, some longevity-related diets, particularly involving whole grains and nuts, can increase our lives by up to a decade.
A new umbrella review of meta-analyses investigating the effect of long-chain omega-3 supplementation on depressive symptoms concludes the majority of studies observe a significant effect, particularly in those with major depressive disorder (MDD).
Insufficient amounts of iron in the body may lead to psychosocial health consequences such as depression among women of reproductive age (WRA), according to research published in the Journal of Nutrition.
A substance derived from spent coffee grounds has the potential to protect brain cells from the damage caused by several neurodegenerative diseases: including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s, according to a new study.
A new review observes the importance of key microbial species in the transformation of ginseng into its metabolites, which are responsible for a range of health benefits resulting from significant anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
Euromonitor International has published its 2024 consumer trends report, which spotlights new demands for convenient and effective wellness support, transparency around brand sustainability, and the implementation of AI to personalise the customer experience.
The supplementation of vitamin B1, B6, and B12 for 90 days has shown to improve ankle, knee reflex, as well as motor strength in individuals suffering from peripheral neuropathy, a 90-day study from Procter and Gamble (P&G) Health has shown.
A new study in those with IBS observes that participants with more diverse gut microbiomes at baseline have significantly improved gut symptoms and quality of life scores following a fibre intervention, compared to those with lower diversities.
Research on the gut-brain axis is growing, but it is still a ‘chicken or the egg’ situation when it comes to whether it is gut dysbiosis that affects brain health or vice versa, says the guest on the latest episode of our Nutrachampion podcast.
Protein supplementation may have beneficial effects on diminishing muscle atrophy in the postoperative period for numerous surgical treatments, according to a review which appeared in Sports Medicine and Health Science.
A new study concludes that personalised supplementation of vitamin D is more effective than a one-size-fits-all approach in restoring adequate levels in athletes and further confirms the formula that is effective in calculating personalised doses.
New research links low folic acid levels to difficulty sleeping, suggesting supplementation may be beneficial to the prevention of insomnia, potentially via a direct impact on the body's circadian rhythm.
Reducing omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) intake and supplementing with omega-3 may improve neurocognition, a new study focusing on individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) has concluded.
Overweight or obese women who received zinc supplementation for three months saw cognitive improvement, though they did not experience significant changes in body weight, according to research published in Nutrients.
Prenatal nutrition supplement should look beyond the importance of folic acid, as insufficiency in other micronutrients such as vitamin B12, is linked with a higher risk of gestational diabetes, a clinical researcher pointed at the Growth Asia Summit.
Mounting evidence shows that Pentadecanoic acid, or C15:0, an essential fatty acid, is as beneficial as anti-aging drug rapamycin, including sharing anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antifibrotic and antimicrobial activities, according to research published...
A range of dietary and supplement interventions—from caffeine to leucine to omega-3s—may help male mountain climbers improve exercise capacity, recovery and concentration as well as reduce loss of lean body mass, according to research published in Nutrients.