Data from a small study with healthy young men suggests that insect protein isolate from mealworms may equal soy protein for increasing blood levels of essential amino acids and branched-chain amino acids.
Findings that point to a toxic effect of artificial sweeteners on gut microbes have been dismissed by an industry body, who said the study could not predict what would happen in real life use of sweeteners.
NutraIngredients, backed by trade association Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED), is to hold its inaugural Omega-3 summit in February 2019 in Singapore, with a host of top speakers already on board.
A review conducted by researchers in New York uncovered six potential modes of action for how omega-3s might alleviate symptoms of anxiety. But the researchers found lots of nits to pick with the research, too, and made recommendations for future studies...
Data from 1,033 generally healthy individuals using InsideTracker shows that the automated, web-based personalized nutrition platform is capable of normalizing serum biomarker levels in healthy subjects.
Downing maize starch as a solution to stay hydrated in hot summer months seems counter-intuitive at first, but researchers in Australia found that supplementing with a resistant starch may improve hydration.
Some polyphenolic metabolites may be used as markers of gut health, a recent study concludes. This opens the door for pursuing the actions of phenolic compounds in future product development in the category, an expert says.