Most patients with IBD, particularly males, habitually consume inadequate amounts of dietary fibre which may have negative effects on the gut microbiome and contribute to dysbiosis, a cross‐sectional study has concluded.
There is an 'urgent need' to improve nutrition advice and access to nutrition experts for colorectal cancer patients during and post treatment, according to survey results published in 'Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics'.
A Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) supplement matches the efficacy of ibuprofen for reducing pain severity and duration of headaches creating an exciting opportunity within the eSports category, says Gencor.
The supplementation of astaxanthin and tocotrienol has been shown to improve composite and verbal memory in individuals who have exhibited mild forgetfulness, according to an RCT sponsored by BGG Japan.
Swiss biotech firm Evolva has released their fourth and final installment on Resveratrol Supporting Healthy Aging in Women (RESHAW), with the last clinical study focusing on pain perception, menopausal symptoms and overall well-being.
The Coronavirus pandemic was a wakeup call for many, highlighting how conventional medicine may not have immediate solutions. This is driving consumers to look for alternative solutions, but not everyone is convinced dietary supplements are the answer....
The associations between vitamin D status and COVID-19 risk continue to strengthen, with new data from Quest Diagnostics and Boston University indicating that people with deficiency in the sunshine vitamin may have a significantly higher positivity rate...
Researchers have developed a database and a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) allowing for detailed prebiotic fibre intake analysis which can be used in future nutrition and microbiome focused studies.
We may have taken a step closer to understanding what a ‘healthy microbiome’ looks like, as scientists at the Mayo Clinic report the development of the Gut Microbiome Health Index. The proposed index may help differentiate a healthy microbiome from a...
Consuming a high level of carbs and a low level of fats can regulate a gene in the body that can reduce your risk of obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and other metabolic diseases, a meta-analysis has concluded.
A synergistic combination of tocotrienols and astaxanthin leads to cognitive improvements in subjects with age-related memory decline, according to a newly published trial funded by natural ingredients developer BGG World.