A recent paper by the USP Expert Panel on probiotics has attracted some good attention, and that will hopefully translate into more stakeholders looking to get third-part quality certifications for their products, says USP’s Dr Kit Goldman.
A lack of fibre during pregnancy could be contributing to the burden of the serious condition preeclampsia, according to researchers who also argue the lack of fibre in Western diets may explain the rapid increase of allergies and autoimmune conditions.
There is a need for more research and funding for elderly nutrition as the world’s population rapidly ages, executive leading academic from Nestlé’s Institute of Health Science told our Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in Singapore.
NZMP has its eye on sports nutrition success in APAC — with its recently established Sport and Active Lifestyle business unit tasked with driving growth in the market — as it assesses regional opportunities for its new probiotics range.
A strain of Veillonella atypica isolated from marathon runners may boost endurance and running performance – for mice at least – according to a new study by scientists from Harvard University and Fitbiomics.