An industry group declares the EU legal framework for food supplements ‘among the strictest in the world,’ in response to a study that finds almost two-thirds of supplements contain pharmacological active substances or plant toxins.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) confirms nicotinamide riboside (NR) chloride’s safety in its latest scientific opinion, additionally vouching for this Novel Food’s (NF) profile as a reliable niacin (vitamin B3) source.
Consuming high levels of caffeine during pregnancy could hinder liver development of your baby and increase the risk of liver disease in adulthood, warns new animal data that backs up previous suggestions.
Italy’s National Institute of Health concludes that the hepatitis cases linked to the consumption of curcumin-containing supplements was due to “individual susceptibility” or “pre-existing alterations.”
An expert panel has identified that interventions based on biomarkers and disease prevention need to be the key priority areas for the nutritional scientific community to promote healthy ageing as the number of seniors in APAC soars.