The question of what a healthy gut microbiota looks like has loomed over discussions in the microbiome realm for a long time. A new paper by experts convened by the North American branch of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI North America)...
The early detection and prevention of diseases are crucial benefits that genetic testing and personalised nutrition can provide, especially when it comes to ageing healthily, according to personalised health firm TCI Gene.
Dietary intake of the kinds of flavonoids found in apples and tea may ward off certain types of cancer and heart-related disease, a Danish cohort study finds, especially for smokers and heavy drinkers.
A study using cranberries supplied by Fruit d’Or outlines a new test method for quantifying the insoluble proanthocyanidins (PACs) within the fruit. The method could potentially open up new avenues of research for ingredients derived from the berry.
Existing research provides strong evidence of caffeine’s role in increasing physical performance—but to get more robust conclusions, trials that compare effects of different caffeine doses are needed, argue two British researchers.