The NutraIngredients Awards is set to celebrate the best of the nutrition and dietary supplements industry as it returns to Geneva for its fifth year alongside Vitafoods Europe 2019 next May. Which of our 12 categories will you be applying for?
The EAT-Lancet Commission has issued the world’s first scientific targets for a healthy diet that places food production within planetary boundaries, calling for reduced consumption of animal protein, ultra-processed food and added sugar.
Omega-3 fats delivered using a proprietary self-micro-emulsifying system may be more bioavailable to the human body than the standard ethyl ester formulation, according to a new study funded by Pharmavite.
The use of microalgae to produce a new fatty acid that combines both linoleic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid could herald a revolution in 'designer triacylglycerols' with tailored health benefits, say researchers.
Journal chief editors cite "unavailability of original data and records, and ambiguous identification of samples and treatments" as to why the publication retracted six papers by a nutritional researcher — his 12th in total.
A recent review finds that several promising strategies can help boost the bioefficiency of grape polyphenols and boost their utility as neuroprotective ingredients. Altering the gut microbiota to improve uptake was seen as especially beneficial.
At least half of all premature cardiovascular disease (CVD) deaths could be prevented by better nutrition such as by increasing consumption of whole grains and omega-3 fatty acids, according to an international study.
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of a plant-based diet are of benefit to athletes, a review says, as it cites the array of vitamins, protein, calcium and iron as beneficial to an athlete’s lifestyle.
Researchers found that individuals with arterial stiffening have increased risk of dementia, paving a way to market vitamin K2 in the brain health space—an area in which K2 was not previously considered, according to one supplier.
A Lancet review links high intake of fibre and whole grains with a reduced risk of stroke, type 2 diabetes and colorectal cancer in research that highlights missed fibre targets of populations worldwide.