First-of-its-kind trial in India to test maternal DHA supplementation's effect on offspring's neurodevelopment Sep By Cheryl Tay An ongoing multi-country study led by the Public Health Foundation of India is trying to determine if maternal DHA docosahexaenoic acid supplementation may have beneficial effects on neurodevelopment in the offspring during its first 1, days of life. Plant-based supplement startup says transparency is 'a basic consumer right' Sep By Kacey Culliney UK-based Evermore has developed a range of organic superfood capsules as part of a mission to drive transparency and quality in the dietary supplements market, its founder says. The nutrition label that encourages larger portions of unhealthy foods? A new study has found that supplements marketed for weight loss and sports applications that contain the ingredient higenamine had widely varying and unpredictable dosages of this stimulant. Vitafoods Asia HMOs a goldmine of human health applications beyond infant formula:


New evidence compiled by the World Health Organisation WHO has highlighted the lack of progress made in addressing types of malnutrition including child stunting and adult obesity that is putting the health of millions at risk. An ongoing multi-country study led by the Public Health Foundation of India is trying to determine if maternal DHA docosahexaenoic acid supplementation may have beneficial effects on neurodevelopment in the offspring during its first 1, days of life.

Boysenberry polyphenol and its anthocyanins may be able to inhibit blood and lymphatic vessel dysfunction and help to maintain vascular stability, according to a study by Japan's Niigata University. UK-based Evermore has developed a range of organic superfood capsules as part of a mission to drive transparency and quality in the dietary supplements market, its founder says. A new study has found that supplements marketed for weight loss and sports applications that contain the ingredient higenamine had widely varying and unpredictable dosages of this stimulant.

PepsiCo has announced it will select 10 startups that can drive change to the industry to support the launch of its food and beverage accelerator program in North America. The food industry's Evolved Nutrition Label ENL showed "inconsistent" results across food categories, and even appeared to nudge consumers towards choosing more chocolate spread than no label at all in a 25,strong study.

Free newsletter Subscribe Sign up to our free newsletter and get the latest news sent direct to your inbox. Aspen sells nutritional business to Lactalis Sep By Jim Cornall Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited, a global pharmaceutical company based in South Africa, has announced today, in conjunction with the announcement of its annual results for the year ended June 30, , that it has concluded an agreement to divest of Folic acid supplementation does not reduce pre-eclampsia in high-risk women, study finds Sep By Will Chu The elusive search for pre-eclampsia prevention rumbles on as researchers find not even a high dose of folic acid is enough to ward off the condition in high-risk women.

WHO report urges more action to tackle rising rates of malnutrition Sep By Will Chu New evidence compiled by the World Health Organisation WHO has highlighted the lack of progress made in addressing types of malnutrition including child stunting and adult obesity that is putting the health of millions at risk. First-of-its-kind trial in India to test maternal DHA supplementation's effect on offspring's neurodevelopment Sep By Cheryl Tay An ongoing multi-country study led by the Public Health Foundation of India is trying to determine if maternal DHA docosahexaenoic acid supplementation may have beneficial effects on neurodevelopment in the offspring during its first 1, days of life.

Boysenberry useful against endothelial dysfunction in both mice and humans: Japanese study Sep By Cheryl Tay Boysenberry polyphenol and its anthocyanins may be able to inhibit blood and lymphatic vessel dysfunction and help to maintain vascular stability, according to a study by Japan's Niigata University. Startup Focus Serious superfood: Plant-based supplement startup says transparency is 'a basic consumer right' Sep By Kacey Culliney UK-based Evermore has developed a range of organic superfood capsules as part of a mission to drive transparency and quality in the dietary supplements market, its founder says.

New evidence compiled by the World Health Organisation WHO has highlighted the lack of progress made in addressing types of malnutrition including child stunting and adult obesity that is putting the health of millions at risk.

An ongoing multi-country study led by the Public Health Foundation of India is trying to determine if maternal DHA docosahexaenoic acid supplementation may have beneficial effects on neurodevelopment in the offspring during its first 1, days of life. Boysenberry polyphenol and its anthocyanins may be able to inhibit blood and lymphatic vessel dysfunction and help to maintain vascular stability, according to a study by Japan's Niigata University.

UK-based Evermore has developed a range of organic superfood capsules as part of a mission to drive transparency and quality in the dietary supplements market, its founder says. A new study has found that supplements marketed for weight loss and sports applications that contain the ingredient higenamine had widely varying and unpredictable dosages of this stimulant. PepsiCo has announced it will select 10 startups that can drive change to the industry to support the launch of its food and beverage accelerator program in North America.

The food industry's Evolved Nutrition Label ENL showed "inconsistent" results across food categories, and even appeared to nudge consumers towards choosing more chocolate spread than no label at all in a 25,strong study. Free newsletter Subscribe Sign up to our free newsletter and get the latest news sent direct to your inbox.

Aspen sells nutritional business to Lactalis Sep By Jim Cornall Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited, a global pharmaceutical company based in South Africa, has announced today, in conjunction with the announcement of its annual results for the year ended June 30, , that it has concluded an agreement to divest of Folic acid supplementation does not reduce pre-eclampsia in high-risk women, study finds Sep By Will Chu The elusive search for pre-eclampsia prevention rumbles on as researchers find not even a high dose of folic acid is enough to ward off the condition in high-risk women.

WHO report urges more action to tackle rising rates of malnutrition Sep By Will Chu New evidence compiled by the World Health Organisation WHO has highlighted the lack of progress made in addressing types of malnutrition including child stunting and adult obesity that is putting the health of millions at risk.

First-of-its-kind trial in India to test maternal DHA supplementation's effect on offspring's neurodevelopment Sep By Cheryl Tay An ongoing multi-country study led by the Public Health Foundation of India is trying to determine if maternal DHA docosahexaenoic acid supplementation may have beneficial effects on neurodevelopment in the offspring during its first 1, days of life.

Boysenberry useful against endothelial dysfunction in both mice and humans: Japanese study Sep By Cheryl Tay Boysenberry polyphenol and its anthocyanins may be able to inhibit blood and lymphatic vessel dysfunction and help to maintain vascular stability, according to a study by Japan's Niigata University.

Startup Focus Serious superfood: Plant-based supplement startup says transparency is 'a basic consumer right' Sep By Kacey Culliney UK-based Evermore has developed a range of organic superfood capsules as part of a mission to drive transparency and quality in the dietary supplements market, its founder says.