Personalised nutrition

Prunes might alter postmenopausal gut for bone health

Prunes might alter postmenopausal gut for bone health

By Asia Sherman

Postmenopausal women with low bone mineral density may benefit from polyphenol-rich prunes if their guts contain certain microbes, according to research funded by the California Prune Board.

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International Women's Day: Trends in women’s health

By Olivia Haslam

PMS and menopause support, mental and emotional well-being, supporting active lifestyles, and creating tailored solutions are the key trends emerging in women’s health, according to industry experts.

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ChatGPT's nutrition advice is limited for NCD patients: Study

By Olivia Haslam

ChatGPT is “unable to replace a healthcare professional’s consultation”, new research has concluded, following an assessment of the chatbot’s ability to handle prompts for nutrition advice for patients with multiple noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).

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Is AI the answer to preventing the collapse of public healthcare?

By Olivia Brown

The potential for personalised AI-assisted health services to alleviate the strain on the healthcare system through a preventative approach is significant, however dataset strength and barriers to access pose notable challenges for widespread implementation....

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Revvies: Succeeding with simplicity for sports nutrition

By Olivia Brown

Sports nutrition brand Revvies, founded by an Australian husband-and-wife duo, has attributed its success in the crowded sports nutrition category to the high-quality simplicity of its products that enables consumers to customize supplementation to differing...

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Editorial picks: Our favourite articles of 2023

By Nikki Hancocks, Olivia Brown, Olivia Haslam

After another year speaking to leading experts, digging into the latest science, discovering exciting insights, and delivering the latest scoop, the editorial team at NutraIngredients reminisces over its 2023 highlights.

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Holland and Barrett predicts health trends for 2024

By Olivia Brown

Following strong trends in protein and immunity throughout 2023, Holland and Barrett predicts new consumer demands for natural energy alternatives, cognitive care, personalised hormonal support, and optimised hydration in 2024.

Probiota Pioneers competition winners announced

Probiota Pioneers competition winners announced

By Olivia Haslam

NutraIngredients has unveiled the winners of its highly competitive Probiota Pioneers competition, set to showcase innovations in probiotics, prebiotics, and microbiome research at the next, eagerly anticipated Probiota event in February 2024.

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The Gut Feeling: personalised interventions for sustainable change

By Olivia Brown

Tech startup The Gut Feeling is underlining the influence of lifestyle and stress on gut health, with its phone app providing personalised behavioural interventions for those suffering from gut-related issues ranging from dietary advice to sleep health...

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Unlocking the potential of the active nutrition evolution

By Olivia Haslam

The shift from sports nutrition to active nutrition creates unique challenges and opportunities for brands, as they navigate the evolving consumer demands which have increased both risk and reward factors.

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AI meal image analysis software under scrutiny

By Nikki Hancocks

Research from the University of Bern, Switzerland, backs the usability of 'goFOODLite' software to provide nutritional analysis of meals from a single image but suggests advancements for improved accuracy.

Headline news roundup: August 2023

Headline news roundup: August 2023

By Olivia Haslam

During August, the industry was inspired by reports on consumer trends, welcomed a next step in probiotic harmonisation, discovered further AI technology advances, and encountered regulatory clarity issues.

Startup Stars: Prevess pioneering personalised nutrition with AI

Start-up Spotlight

Startup Stars: Prevess pioneering personalised nutrition with AI

By Olivia Haslam

Founded by Timo Spring, a former professional swimmer, Prevess (Prevention Effortless) is harnessing the power of AI technology to provide in-the-moment science-backed personalised nutrition guidance to athletes.

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Qina reveals top 10 trends in personalised nutrition

By Nikki Hancocks

Personalised nutrition experts at the Qina consultancy have revealed a top tends report, unveiling a ChatGPT take-over, a merging of food and pharma, an entrance of big tech firms, and new abilities created by at-home blood draws.

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