People could be causing more harm than good to their bodies' natural toxin-fighting abilities through so-called 'detox diets' oft promoted during this post-Christmas period, according to a health and wellness adviser.
“Self care” is the big theme in health and wellness for 2019, according to the global idea-sharing app Pinterest, with eating trends that show scientific research is capturing the interest of the masses.
Interest in nutrition, exercising and following a healthy lifestyle has become the focus of an increasing number of consumers, who look to professional athletes as examples of peak physical conditioning.
The popularity of sports and personalised nutrition at this year’s HiE has threatened to overshadow more established product sectors, which innovation-wise, has not quite captured consumer imagination.
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Italy’s Ministry of Health has moved to clarify definitions governing food for medical purposes from food supplements, with suggestions that the final decision intends to be kept at a national, not EU level.
Plant-based ingredient specialist Roquette has chosen Barentz as its partner for European distribution of the firm’s pharmaceutical product range as demand for ‘natural’ or ‘authentic’ ingredients continues to grow.
Food manufacturers could soon be able to source more plant-based proteins locally after the European Commission announced new policies to promote production and consumption of soy, chickpeas, lentils and rapeseed.