Levels of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids in the diets of pregnant women
do not appear to have an important influence on the development of
wheezing and allergies in their children, according to UK
This week has seen more trials and tribulations in the Atkins diet
saga with the Partnership for Essential Nutrition launching a
campaign to prevent marketers of low-carb diets from distributing
information through the nation's...
Food makers using processed apples in their food formulations can
maximise on the health-boosting antioxidant component of the fruit
with a new study backing up previous findings that suggest levels
of polyphenols are dependent on...
Traditional herbal remedies can help in the battle against a range
of illnesses, including cancer and diabetes, according to data
presented yesterday to the British Pharmaceutical Conference in
The organization has added eight new members to its board including
Gail Montgomery, president and CEO of Nutrition 21, who has been
made president of the body, which will henceforth be known as
Vitamin Relief USA.
Unilever yesterday turned its nose up at any talk of a decline in
the low-carb market and introduced 23 lines - the biggest launch in
the company's history - into Australian supermarkets, according to
an article in The Australian.
Scientists in Wales today suggested they have found a way to slow
down the metabolism of vitamins A and D, giving them the staying
power to help men with advanced prostrate cancer that no longer
responds to hormone therapy.
Calcium intake and exercise combination is the key to optimal
increases in bone density for pre-adolescent children, finds a new
study that combines previous evidence suggesting the independent
benefits of calcium and physical activity...