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?
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of a plant-based diet are of benefit to athletes, a review says, as it cites the array of vitamins, protein, calcium and iron as beneficial to an athlete’s lifestyle.
Staying healthy is becoming less about diet and more about beliefs so brands need to learn what their audience's 'religion' is and how to connect to their beliefs, according to a new in-depth trends report.
“Self care” is the big theme in health and wellness for 2019, according to the global idea-sharing app Pinterest, with eating trends that show scientific research is capturing the interest of the masses.
As we boldly begin our march into 2019, it’s time for the NutraIngredients editors to get out our crystal balls and predict the hottest trends in the European health and wellness space for the year ahead. What’s in store for 2019?
Sports nutrition remains one of the most innovative and forward thinking sectors in the food and nutrition industry. However, like all new sectors, the speed of new products coming to market threaten to overtake legislation designed to maintain standards....
Researchers in Russia analyzed changes of fatty acid levels in the blood plasma of national team cross-country skiers. Results suggested possible role of MCT for exercise benefits, such as improved endurance.
Recreationally active men who ingested 500 mg of aqueous ashwagandha extract experienced ‘statistically significant improvements’ in average squat power and peak bench press power compared to those who took a placebo.
A European trademark to identify sports nutrition products belonging to members of the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) has been approved by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).