Fish

Consuming Fish May Lower Risk of Heart Attacks for Diabetics

A new study published in Clinical Nutrition suggests adults between the ages of 45-84 with type 2 diabetes may have a lower risk for...

NattoPharma Chosen as Partner for EU Research Grant

Metuchen, NJ — A highly competitive ITN research grant from European Commission’s research program Horizon 2020 has been awarded to NattoPharma’s International Research Network...

ALA from Chia Oil Increased DHA Content in Breast Milk

Santiago de Chile — A research study published in Nutrition found that supplementation with Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) from chia oil in women during...

Two New Studies Show Link Vitamin K-deficiency with Arterial Calcification and Stiffness.

Oslo, Norway and Metuchen, NJ — The kidney research and clinical journal Nephron, and the American Journal of Hypertension have individually published new papers...
vegetable protein

Vegetable Protein May Increase Fullness More Than Animal Protein Sources

A new study published in Food & Nutrition suggests meals based on vegetable protein sources such as beans and peas may be more satiating...
boswellia serrata

New Study Suggest Boswellia Serrata May Help Improve Knee Pain

A new study, published in the European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, suggest taking a branded boswellia serrata extract (Bosellin Super (BS) by...
Muscle Loss

New Study Suggest Protein Blends May Help Overcome Age-Related Muscle Loss

A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition suggest consuming high-quality proteins may help delay the onset of sarcopenia, an age-related decline in...
Carotenoids

Palm Mixed-Carotene Alters Age Related Decline

Researchers have recently concluded a cross-sectional study regarding the impact of carotenoids on a group of men and women whose ages ranged from 35...
egg

Daily Egg Consumption May Lower Stroke Risk

A new meta-analysis study, published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, suggests an egg a day may help lower the risk...
Food Labels, Allergies, Food Allergy

Food Labels Confuse Shoppers with Allergies

A new study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology suggest consumers with concerns of a food allergy are often confused with...

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