A pair of practicing physicians have founded Vous Vitamin, a personalized multivitamin brand that promises to steer customers toward efficacious dosages of nutrients and avoid what they believe to be dangerous overdose possibilities.
As the grip of the COVID-19 outbreak begins to extend more seriously beyond China, there have been mixed messages about the impact of the virus on the nutritional supplements industry. Are we at panic stations – or is it more a case of business as usual?
Findings from a new study suggests that globally, infant formula products are higher in carbohydrates, sugar and lactose than breastmilk with labelling branded unclear and inconsistent between countries.
Danone’s commitment to greater transparency continues as the French-based firm launches an infant formula tracking service that details the ‘farm-to-fork journey’ of its Aptamil, Karicare, Laboratoire Gallia and Nutrilon brands.
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Precision data is key to unlocking long-term health, a World Economic Forum (WEF) report says, as its authors think combining microbiome biodata with emerging technologies will result in new ways to address health risks.
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Microbiome sequencing is ‘more accurate’ than full genome sequencing at distinguishing between healthy and ill people … and could predict whether you are likely to die in the next 15 years, two new papers suggest.