Two recent studies, from Princeton University and the University of Virginia, have outlined the mechanisms behind how diet and changes to the gut microbiome can affect the toxicity of a range of drugs.
Legumes, cereals, pseudocereals, fruits, and vegetables show much promise as transport mediums for probiotics, prebiotics, and bioactive compounds to the gut at concentrations that prove beneficial, says researchers.
Although genes do have some bearing on obesity risk, they are only one small element of a much wider picture so genetics-based advice alone has the propensity to do more harm than good, according a recent online conference hosted by the American Nutrition...
Nutrition is key in an athlete's health and performance, with a variety of individual macronutrient and micronutrient needs based factors such as gender, age, and the type of the sport they’re involved in.
Daily supplementation with matured hop bitter acids may improve mental processing speed, attention, and concentration in healthy adults aged 45 to 69, says a new study from beverage giant Kirin Holdings Co.