A new study in mice has revealed the metabolic pathway that contributes to memory loss in Alzheimer's disease and found that supplying a specific amino acid as a nutritional supplement can restore spatial memory.
A molecule found in sweet oranges and tangerines could help to reverse obesity and reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes, a new study in mice has reaffirmed, but their theory behind the mechanism of the effects has been ruled out.
Antioxidant supplements do not improve semen quality among men with infertility, according to a new study claiming to be the largest randomised, placebo-controlled trial to examine the effects of antioxidants on male fertility without additional assisted...
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Interest in the use of probiotics and prebiotics as ingredients in food continues to grow, as consumers and industry look for microbiome-friendly foods. But just how doe these ingredients impact food development and, in particular, the texture of foods?
Researchers have discovered the specific gut bacteria that are depleted in patients with ulcerative colitis leading to hope for the use of supplements to help treat these patients as well as those with Crohn's disease.
Probiotics for managing constipation in children, a Singapore company’s innovation in lab-grown breast milk, and Nestle Health Science China’s two new FSMPs products are some of the most read stories on the social media.
A new study shows ChromaDex’s Tru Niagen ingredient can alleviate hearing loss in a mouse mode of a rare genetic condition. The data broadens the anti aging potential of the company’s flagship product.