A new review pooling the available literature on legume-derived biopeptides confirms their ‘tremendous potential’ for type 2 diabetes (T2D) treatment, but this is thwarted by issues of stability and bioavailability
New product development for glucose control and diabetes prevention nutrition are cutting across new dosage formats, the use of plant-based ingredients, pre/probiotics, and even the inclusion of artificial intelligence (AI) to make health decisions, according...
Japanese ingredient supplier Taiyo has announced the results of a peer-reviewed pilot study that explores the effect its Sunfiber ingredient has on blunting postprandial blood glucose spikes among glucose intolerant subjects.
This paves the way for mass personalised nutrition, say researchers
Blood glucose levels vary widely across individuals even for the same food, say researchers who have developed an algorithm to calculate the ‘right’ diet – paving the way for mass personalised nutrition and casting doubt over the usefulness of universal...
Christmas-time is closely associated with feasting on special foods
and (dare we say it?) gross overindulgence that ends only after
bells have rung in the New Year. But many of the seasonal treats we
enjoy also have a healthy aspect....
Researchers from UCLA have claimed that a three-week high-fibre,
low-fat diet can reverse type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome
(MetS) - conclusions that go against medical understanding of the
Nutrition 21, a leading developer and marketer of clinically proven
nutritional products, has been granted a patent by the United
States Patent and Trademark Office for the use of chromium
picolinate in high doses to stabilise blood...
A medical food product containing uncooked cornstarch could help
type 2 diabetics manage their blood glucose levels and decrease the
incidence of nighttime and morning hyperglycemia, new research