Researchers are upcycling shrimp side streams to create products for the food and supplement industries, which also makes the production of peeled shrimp more sustainable, explains Associate Professor Nina Gringer from the Technical University of Denmark.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has updated nutritional guidance for the over 65s in a move to improve the quality of life for an age group that in 2016, increased by 19% in Ireland to 630,800.
The market for collagen peptide products are still a long way from their peak, a new report suggests as it cites probiotics and omega 3’s developmental paths as evidence that collagen’s product lifecycle is still at a very early stage.
NutraIngredients will host a free webinar next Thursday (April 29th) looking into the changing landscape of the sports nutrition market, the new consumer interests, and the role of personalised nutrition.
Swiss ingredient manufacturer Lonza has expanded the reach of it UC-II branded line of collagen with a new organic option, which fills in what the company characterizes as a gap in the market in the United States.
Research into a food supplement for malnourished children is offering insights into how gut bacteria may affect growth as it appears to ‘repair’ disrupted microbiomes and effectively address the effects of malnutrition.
Nuritas is to provide Sumitomo Chemical with its Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered peptide discovery services in a multi-year partnership that addresses food growth to satisfy a growing global population.
With its first purchase order from Nestlé-owned Garden of Life in hand, Norwegian biotech company Hofseth BioCare (HBC) is gearing up for significant growth in North America with new products, exciting science, and unique claims.
Supplementation forms a key part of the nutrition protocol of Everton FC, one of the oldest clubs in English football. It’s part of a revamp of the club’s approach to fueling players, brought on by the team’s first dedicated head of nutrition. But supplements...
Tests carried out on collagen peptides suggests they may play a role in reducing the intensity of knee joint pain in healthy adults, potentially delaying the onset of chronic degenerative joint diseases.
A new paper authored by experts in creatine supplementation seeks to dispel some long standing misconceptions about this legacy sports nutrition ingredient. Among the concerns addressed are water retention, kidney damage, baldness and others.
Consumption of fermented mare’s milk was found to increase 10 microbiome-derived metabolites such as linoleic acid, stearic acid, sphingosine associated with a lipid-lowering effect in people with hyperlipidaemia.