Orange juice loses 30 per cent of its vitamin C soon after it is
The newest rage among college students and teens is mixing energy
drinks with alcohol, a potentially dangerous combination.
British scientists think they have evidence that fish oil could
cure mental disorders such as depression and dyslexia.
The little red berry, the unremitting companion to our Christmas
turkey, may be better for us than the accompanying broccoli , US
researchers report this week.
Help for arthritis may have arrived in the form of the red tart
Soy-based diets do not improve menopause symptoms but do reduce
blood pressure and lower cholesterol, Australian researchers
A red clover isoflavone dietary supplement can lessen breast pain
experienced by women during their menstrual cycles, researchers
from Australia report this week.
Researchers from Oxford University said yesterday on Tuesday that
statins - a class of drug that lowers cholesterol - should be
prescribed to anyone with risk factors for heart attacks and
Whey derivative producer Borculo Domo Ingredient introduced a new
range of brandnames at the Food Ingredients Europe 2001 exhibition
in London last week.
Cognis Nutrition & Health announced recently that it has added
two more products to its Betatene® natural mixed carotenoid range.
Consumption of certain chocolates and cocoas may positively affect
cardiovascular health, new research from Central America suggests.
Compounds in garlic have been shown to be an effective treatment
for malaria, Canadian scientists reveal.
Decaffeinated beverages, promoted as a healthy alternative to their
caffeinated equivalents, may actually increase the risk of
developing rheumatoid arthritis.
A United Nations-sponsored drive to protect against blindness in
northeastern India left 700 children in hospital and may be related
to the death of a 2-year-old girl.
US company Genetic Services Management, Inc. (GSM) has formulated a
dietary supplement that is comprised of 14 different