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GOED reveals latest science on omegas for immune health

By Olivia Brown

GOED has revealed the significant role that DHA and EPA may play in immune health following a review of its scientific database, with new research suggesting their potential association with white blood cell biology as well as inflammatory resolution.

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New paper showcases rapid advances in probiotic, postbiotic enumeration

By Stephen Daniells

From flow cytometry to PCR-based techniques, there are several advances for the enumeration of probiotics and the emerging category of postbiotics. A new review explores the various technologies available for quantifying these modulators of the microbiome.

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Nutricia research highlights malnutrition in cancer patients

By Nikki Hancocks

A new survey and study by Danone Nutricia Research highlight the importance of early nutritional intervention for patients with cancer and the potential for its Fortimel drink to support patients in meeting recommended protein intake.

Review supports green tea’s anti-obesity properties

Review supports green tea’s anti-obesity properties

By Asia Sherman

Consuming green tea extract (GTE) positively affects body composition, obesity-related hormones and oxidative stress markers, according to a new review published by Cambridge University Press.

Probiota Pioneers competition winners announced

Probiota Pioneers competition winners announced

By Olivia Haslam

NutraIngredients has unveiled the winners of its highly competitive Probiota Pioneers competition, set to showcase innovations in probiotics, prebiotics, and microbiome research at the next, eagerly anticipated Probiota event in February 2024.

Study explores whether Gencor’s PEA relieves allergy symptoms

Study explores whether Gencor’s PEA relieves allergy symptoms

By Asia Sherman

A new study suggests that Gencor Pacific’s Levagen+ Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) ingredient may alleviate symptoms of seasonal allergies as shown by a reduction in histamine and inflammatory markers despite a strong placebo effect.

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Omega-3 may be an “effective add-on therapeutic” for depression: study

By Olivia Brown

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).

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