The potential of probiotic supplements to reduce the incidence and duration of flu-like respiratory tract infections in the US could translate into over $1 billion of costs savings, according to a new economic modeling study.
Fish oil supplements may enhance the benefits of resistance training in older people and help combat the “age-related alterations in strength and physical function associated with activities of daily living”, says a new study.
A targeted omega-3 supplementation policy for at-risk pregnant women, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach, could be a the most effective strategy to reduce pre-term births, suggests the findings from a trial of more than 5,500 Australian women.
The importance of choline during the first 1,000 days after conception is increasingly understood by the medical community, and dietary supplement manufacturers are “beginning to recognize the potential that choline offers” says an industry expert.
New insight published today shows that even though vitamin E is fat soluble you don't have to consume fat with it to enable absorption as it will sit in the intestinal cell and wait for the next meal to come along.
Specific timing of nutrient delivery can have sports nutrition benefits, but the research is very much still in its infancy and as yet does not support much in the way of definitive recommendations, according to a new review.
Supplementation with non-animal chondroitin sulfate (Mythocondro ) may improve knee function, pain and inflammation markers in overweight people with knee osteoarthritis, according to results of a pilot study from Italy.
A new study by scientists from California-based Evolve Biosystems has found that feeding babies B. infantis EVC001 along with breast milk may lower the levels of antibiotic resistance genes in the infant gut microbiome by 90 percent.