As Food Ingredients Europe 2023 took place in Frankfurt, Germany, DairyReporter caught up with Arla Foods Ingredients and FrieslandCampina Ingredients to see how each company is advancing protein innovation.
Protein supplementation may have beneficial effects on diminishing muscle atrophy in the postoperative period for numerous surgical treatments, according to a review which appeared in Sports Medicine and Health Science.
Alternative proteins are a fast-growing market within the sports and active nutrition sector. With rising consumer demand for meat alternatives, we see more and more sports foods businesses investing in plant-based products and food-technology alternatives...
As part of an investment of €50m into Cargill’s Saint-Cyr en Val facility in Orleans, France, American multinational Cargill is opening a protein innovation hub. The hub promises to give the company's customers the tools to trial, create and taste...
Taking place in Amsterdam from October 9th-11th, NutraIngredients' Active Nutrition Summit will provide an expert-packed agenda of presentations, panel discussions and networking opportunities to help industry translate science into performance-enhancing...
After a death of a schoolboy, the UK Food Standards Agency is to look at whether labels on high-protein drinks and supplements should feature a warning about the potentially fatal risk of a sudden spike in protein for people with undiagnosed disorders.
Sports nutrition brand VOW Nutrition has collaborated with Team GB as the Official Nutrition Licensee ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympic games and is set to fuel the athletes with its range of nutritional supplements in the lead up to the games.
Supplementation of essential amino acids and ketoacids can improve muscle mass and strength in individuals with pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease (CKD) on low protein diets, a new review has concluded.
Nutritional interventions can help prevent sarcopenia via maintenance of protein homeostasis, protect against inflammation, enhanced mitochondrial function, and reversal of satellite cell dysfunction, a new review describes.
A new Spanish trial suggests that, for patients with disease-related malnutrition, high energy-dense oral nutritional supplements (edONS) could be more efficient for patients than a reference supplement (heONS).
NutraIngredients Europe is proud to announce the launch of its inaugural Active Nutrition Summit - a three day conference in which industry and academics will translating science into performance for active consumers.
FrieslandCampina Ingredients is today launching a new formulation which combines the benefits of whey protein, prebiotic galacto-oligosaccharides (Biotis GOS) and probiotic cultures to support athletic performance and holistic health.
Prolonged whole egg supplementation has been found to positively impact adolescent growth by promoting HDL-cholesterol and health-promoting bacteria growth, according to a study on Thai rural children.
Neither chia flour nor whey protein supplementation elicit an enhanced effect on fat free mass (FFM) or strength gains during resistance training in healthy young men consuming a high protein mixed diet, according to new data.
A new cross-sectional study reports that only 23% of type 2 diabetic patients aged 65 and over met their daily protein recommended intakes, suggesting a large source of frailty and sarcopenia seen in this population and highlighting potential intervention...
The recently launched Provytl 50+, founded by dietician Zoe Cotrell, provides subscription boxes of daily pre-portioned protein sachets to the over-50s, to meet heightened protein needs and prevent muscle loss.
Collated literature concludes that consuming whey protein could have beneficial effects on postprandial and glycaemic responses in the short-term, as well as on arterial wall integrity, suggesting their potential to prevent and treat type 2 diabetes (T2D)...
Three-year-young cold-pressed health drink startup, Exalt, is set to provide bespoke recovery drinks to the premier league football club Tottenham Hotspur, with regular nutrition reformulations based on athletes' health stats and targets.
Chia became a household name in the 1980s, popularized by the fascination with fur-sprouting animal figurines, but its use as health aid dates as far back as the Aztec and Mayan empires. Today, after a slight dip in the market, chia is back on the scene...
Infants fed low-protein formulas which are α-lac-enriched or casein glycomacropeptide-reduced can achieve weight gain and metabolic profiles closer to that of breastfed (BF) infants, new Arla Foods Ingredients-funded research concludes.
Following the identification of dietary patterns from a cohort of Japanese older adults, cognitive function was significantly higher in the protein balanced (PB) group compared to the high carbohydrate (HC) group, a new cross-sectional study finds.
Increasing protein intake appears to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment in older age, while an extreme decline in animal-based protein consumption is linked with a 48% increase, new data from a long-term China study suggests.
Whey, but not pea, protein significantly attenuates exercise induced muscle damage (EIMD) following long-distance walking in older adults, likely due to the difference in leucine levels, according to new research.
Older adults are not consuming enough protein so more importance should be placed on creating products tailored to these consumers, researchers have said, providing their own recommendations on how to achieve this.