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.
A three-year double-blind randomized controlled trial with over 2,000 participants showed that omega-3 supplements may have an impact on the rate of falls in older people, the first time such a result has been reported.
Quicksilver Scientific is capitalizing on the anti aging trend with a suite of products meant to be consumed in a staged system. The company says it plans to use the format in an upcoming clinical trial.
New research, conducted on behalf of BENEO, reveals consumers are now even more focused on ‘positive’ ageing. The research, carried out by HealthFocus International, includes an exclusive analysis of the health-conscious 50+ age range.
A new study has found that consistent use of multiple dietary supplements is associated with better health that persists into older age. The association doesn’t prove a causal link, the authors acknowledge, but is good news for healthy aging strategies...
Swiss biotech firm Evolva has released their fourth and final installment on Resveratrol Supporting Healthy Aging in Women (RESHAW), with the last clinical study focusing on pain perception, menopausal symptoms and overall well-being.
Swiss biotech firm Evolva recently released their findings from the Resveratrol Supporting Healthy Aging in Women (RESHAW) clinical study, which examined cognition, cerebrovascular function and cardiometabolic markers in postmenopausal women.
Recent research suggests that at looking the microbiome changes that result from increased protein and fiber consumption could be a better way to design nutritional plans that decrease the incidence of sarcopenia and obesity in older adults.
A new study shows ChromaDex’s Tru Niagen ingredient can alleviate hearing loss in a mouse mode of a rare genetic condition. The data broadens the anti aging potential of the company’s flagship product.