Seafood sticks enriched with postbiotics and bioactive compounds may lower postprandial insulin and pulse pressure (PP), and reduce the risk of cardiometabolic disease (CMD) in abdominally obese individuals, says a new study.
Fresh research shows that high emissions scenarios place the vast majority of ocean life at ‘high’ or ‘critical’ risk, with implications for the economic wellbeing of costal economies and future food security.
Older women who eat more than one-to-two servings a week of baked or broiled fish or shellfish may consume enough omega-3 fatty acids to counteract the effects of air pollution on the brain, according to a new study.
The results of a ‘world first study’, showing how the consumption of fish and omega-3 helps alleviate depression will be revealed at the first NutraIngredients-Asia Omeag-3 Summit in Singapore in February.
There are huge untapped resources of protein and omega-3 in the deep sea, but international researchers have warned against an unregulated ‘gold rush’ that could upset the ecosystem of this so-called twilight zone.
New consumer advice on fish consumption has been issued by French food, environment and public health agency ANSES, geared towards ensuring adequate omega-3 intake whilst avoiding excessive exposure to contaminants.
Norwegian research institute Fiskeriforskning has underscored the
importance of market-oriented research in its new annual report,
especially in the area of marine ingredients, seafood by-products
and research into health benefits.
As a youngster I was brought up on a healthy diet of tuna fish
sandwiches and Disney - making my new year's resolution for 2007
the toughest yet. That's right, I'm giving up tuna and who knows,
Two new studies published in the US this week seek to blow out of
the water fears that people who regularly consumer seafood are
putting themselves at risk due to methylmercury, PCB and dioxin
contamination. Rather, the benefits of...
Food safety agencies around the world have been issuing updated
advice on fish consumption to consumers, with a European Food
Safety Authority (EFSA) panel calling for further research into the
side effects of mercury.
Researchers involved in an ambitious European project, designed to
investigate the potential for seafood in reducing chronic disease,
have begun establishing links with Chile, with the aim of improving
the intake of fish in the European...
The US Food & Drug Administration is reconsidering its advice
about whether or not tuna fish is safe for pregnant women after its
earlier recommendation that a few servings of most fish are safe
was criticised for bowing to pressure...