Sports Nutrition

NutraWomen Wednesday: Regina Wallace-Jones of Mindbody

NutraWomen Wednesday: Regina Wallace-Jones of Mindbody

By Danielle Masterson

Regina Wallace-Jones has spent over two decades working in engineering, security, and data-driven expansion for tech companies, like Motorola, Yahoo, and Facebook. Two years ago she joined Mindbody, a software service for the wellness industry.

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EFSA expands opportunities for vitamin D fortification

By Nikki Hancocks

Lallemand has successfully expanded the permitted categories of use for its vitamin D yeast in the EU after gaining favourable opinion from the EFSA for the use in 32 additional food categories.

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New guide offers transparency on plant-based sports nutrition

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Increasing popularity of plant-based sports nutrition has compelled sports nutritionist, TJ Waterfall, to compile a new guide designed to educate consumers and promote the industry’s commitment to vegan and vegetarian nutrition.

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New launches tap into green and organic trends

By Nikki Hancocks

Recent launches in the health and nutrition space include an organic demineralised whey for infant formula, a microencapsulated oat powder for sports drinks, and a green re-brand for probiotics.

Lehvoss strengthens Nordic presence with Engredo venture

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Lehvoss strengthens Nordic presence with Engredo venture

By Will Chu

Nutraceutical specialists Lehvoss Group have revealed details of a new venture with Danish ingredients firm Engredo that looks to expand and build on product portfolios’ availability throughout Europe.

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Opportunities and challenges in mental health advocacy

By Nikki Hancocks

Cognitive health is a concern for all consumers, from the working mum to the elite athlete, and nootropics are a trending natural solution for those looking to supplement their cognitive energy.

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ASA rejects supplement Instagram ads and health links

By Will Chu

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rejected advertisements by a UK-based food supplement retailer, which used social media to state its products could prevent, treat or cure human disease.

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Unilever to acquire 'human optimisation' brand Onnit

By Nikki Hancocks

Unilever has signed an agreement to acquire Onnit, a Texas-based 'human optimisation' company, as it looks to tap into the growing consumer interest in holistic health and nootropics.

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