Women are encouraged to look after their physical health during pregnancy, but mental health may be just as important. When babies are exposed to prenatal stress, they may be predisposed to various adverse health outcomes.
There is currently only low-certainty evidence to show that consuming galactagogues can increase breast milk production in nursing mothers, with a group of Malaysian researchers who conducted a recent Cochrane systematic review recommending further studies...
Dietary supplementation with Verdure’s Longvida curcumin may improve aspects of memory and mood in healthy older people, says data from a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial from Australia.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is linked to more than a doubling in the risk of developing dementia with the symptom being diagnosed around 7 years earlier in people with the gut issue, according to a new observational study.
Specific genes are linked to the existence and amount of certain gut bacteria, according to new research involving nearly 4,000 individuals which authors say could transform our understanding of common diseases, including obesity, irritable bowel syndrome,...
Advances on genetic‐based methods such as DNA barcoding, represent a simple cost‐effective tool for plant product authentication, a review finds, particularly in the analysis of herbal dietary supplements.
A probiotics product consisting of two bacteria strains has shown to be a potential “treatment option” for long-term allergic rhinitis (AR), reported the findings of a four-week randomised controlled trial.