Two prominent microbiome researchers have created their own supplements company which extracts and redesigns specific bacteria thereby affecting a huge range of health conditions without the need to modulate the microbiome.
A combination of curcumin and ferrous sulphate may boost levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which has been described as an important neurotrophic factor participating in memory and learning.
A five-ingredient supplement of whey, micellar casein, creatine, vitamin D3, and omega-3, combined with resistance training, significantly improves lean mass, strength, and overall muscle quality in old age, according to a study of men over 70.
Supplementation with a probiotic formulation appears to improve the postprandial glucose control that is crucial in managing Type 2 Diabetes (T2D), according to a study carried out by Pendulum Therapeutics.
Clean Label Project, a group that says it is on a “mission to bring truth and transparency to food and consumer product labeling,” is being called out for what some allege is a lack of the very transparency they promote.
Post-exercise whey protein consumption mitigates muscle damage better than pea protein but the two sources may be comparable when leucine and BCAA levels are alike, according to a new randomised trial.
A five-year-long research has identified 21 recovery-associated bacteria (RABs) from the Alistipes, Ruminococcus, Parabacteroides species, as well as the more well-known Bifidobacterium species, as key in restoring microbial balance in the gut.