All news articles for May 2012

Vitamin D: High levels of vitamin D may have risks too - says study

Vitamin D: Is there such a thing as too much?

By Nathan GRAY

Very high levels of vitamin D could be associated with similar risks as very low levels, according to new research that questions the notion that ‘you can never get too much vitamin D’.

Friends of the Sea backs old and new krill players

Friends of the Sea backs old and new krill players

By Shane Starling

Sustainable seafood NGO Friends of the Sea (FOS) has backed the oldest and biggest krill oil supplier, Canadian krill player Neptune Technologies and Bioressources, along with the newest player in the omega-3 sub-sector, Norwegian firm, Rimfrost.

EndoSeaRch: A new way to modify gut health?

DISPATCHES FROM VITAFOODS EUROPE 2012

EndoSeaRch: A new way to modify gut health?

By Nathan GRAY

A new approach to modifying gut bacteria via orally delivered minerals has been gaining a lot of interest from probiotics players, says Aquapharm.

ISSFAL 2012 - All the news, as it happened

ISSFAL 2012 - All the news, as it happened

By Stephen Daniells

The 10th Congress of the ISSFAL was held in Vancouver, Canada. Experts from the world of omega-3s, fatty acids and lipids congregated for five days of presentation and discussion of the latest research in this multi-million dollar segment.

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