While there are huge benefits to testing and personalising omega-3 doses, this industry is being held back by a lack of consumer understanding, poor knowledge and support from healthcare professionals and policy barriers, according to speakers at this...
Tech startup The Gut Feeling is underlining the influence of lifestyle and stress on gut health, with its phone app providing personalised behavioural interventions for those suffering from gut-related issues ranging from dietary advice to sleep health...
An expert has emphasised the potential for optimising adherence to personalised health advice systems for sports nutrition through employing behavioural change techniques, aligning advice by personality type, and adapting advice over time.
Experts have highlighted the need for lifespan studies to enable personalisation within the hormonal health category, due to significant variation in symptoms and influence of various lifestyle factors altering individual responses to nutraceuticals.
The startup Healthy-Longer is shining a light on the lack of objectivity in the treatment of mental health conditions, offering at-home urine tests to identify potential neuro-biomarker disruptions and nutrient deficiencies.
A new intervention trial reports that the efficacy of sleep supplements, including l-theanine, GABA, and l-serine, was dependent on the participants preconditions (PCs), including lifestyle habits and sleep problems.
The megatrend for personalised goods highlights the growth of “me-centred” consumer expectations where people want products and services tailored to their needs. And they want it at an affordable price.
In the latest in our series profiling this year’s Award contenders, NutraIngredients talks to Michael Wakeman, founder of Vitmedics, whose innovation Vitcheck is up for this year’s Personalised Nutrition Award.
Researchers at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that will generate personalised nutritional advice based on individual health parameters and food purchasing habits.
Personalised Nutrition (PN) offers opportunities both for performance and active sports nutrition, according to FMCG Gurus’ Head of Research & Insight, Mike Hughes but affordability remains a sticking issue.
In the second in our series profiling past winners of the NutraIngredients Awards, we take a look at Nutrigenomix, the genetic testing firm that triumphed in the Personalised Nutrition Initiative Award back in 2020.
By the year 2030, trend forecaster Dr Morgaine Gaye predicts much will have changed in terms of how food is consumed: supermarkets will be forced to diversify, urban areas will be transformed by biodiversity legislation, and we will be on our to using...
Dutch foodtech firm Verdify have raised €750,000 in seed funding to create a personalised nutrition platform powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) allowing food firms to tailor recipes to consumer needs.
In a new personalised nutrition pact, Italian botanicals firm Indena are to use Onegevity’s capabilities in gut microbiome testing to identify botanical ingredients that best produce person-specific benefits.
Consumers are increasingly demanding more ownership of their health and advances in technology are allowing them to do so but how can companies tap into this trend for personalised and digital health? Market research provider Euromonitor International...
DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences are to partner with TED Talks to present a series of sustainability-related sessions that discuss among other topics, the infant gut microbiota role on health in later life.
A personalised nutrition startup offering the holistic benefits of both DNA and microbiome tests has revealed a dieting app to work in tandem with microbiome tests in an aim to 'gamify' gut healthy dieting and create long term changes to health.
‘Let’s face it, the supplements market is somewhat dysfunctional…’
Dairy cooperative to ingredients manufacturer FrieslandCampina recently set out its innovation priorities for its ingredients arm: gut health, personalised nutrition and protein. Divisional head Kathy Fortmann tells FoodNavigator more.
New technologies will empower consumer and create a ‘seamless’ shopping experience in the supermarket of the future and retailers will embrace new technology that opens the door to a truly personalised experience, research from Kantar predicts.