Nutrition solutions for critically ill patients should not ignore the potential of modulating gut bacteria for health, say researchers who suggest current enteral feeding solutions do not support gut defences and the microbiome.
Medical nutrition terminology is not consistently defined - with frequent inconsistencies between definitions and regulations relating to specific terms and practices, warn researchers who argue that standardised terminology is needed.
Bacteria in our guts may be impacting human health and disease by telling host genes what to do, say researchers who have uncovered a new mechanism by which our microbiome communicates with and controls the DNA of our own cells.
Probiotic food and drink companies 'should be more angry' about health claim restraints which act as barriers to consumer health, according to a marketing expert who spoke at Probiota Copenhagen last week.
An industry expert who will address the first NutraIngredients Omega-3 Summit in Singapore this week has emphasised the importance of public health initiatives to increase omega-3 intake, and teased a new testing device for pregnant women to assess their...
Celebrity-endorsements on social media could be exacerbating our nationwide rise in diet deficiencies, an expert has said in response to a doctor's call to ban all celeb social media ads for diet products.
Researchers form startup to commercialise findings
Gut microbes from healthy infants can block the development of milk allergy in mice, according to new data that suggests the microbiome is critical to food allergies, and that modifying our gut bacteria could be a way to fight it.
The NutraIngredients Awards is set to celebrate the best of the nutrition and dietary supplements industry as it returns to Geneva for its fifth year alongside Vitafoods Europe 2019 next May. Which of our 12 categories will you be applying for?