A report published by Food Supplements Europe (FSE) has identified supplementation as a cost-effective policy to bridge gaps in nutrition and potentially delivery valuable health cost savings.
Researchers a the University of Surrey in the UK will issue a warning next month that babies born to mothers who drink cow’s milk alternatives – such as soya, almond and coconut – could have lower IQs, reports The Times.
A study published last week in open access journal Nutrients provide further evidence that frequent use of multivitamins and mineral supplements decreases nutritional deficiencies.
“Landmark” research carried out at Sydney’s Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute could in future prevent miscarriages and multiple types of birth defects, in what is being claimed to be one of the most significant discoveries in pregnancy research.
A study which analysed data from over half a million people has found those who drink coffee may live longer than non-coffee drinkers.
Following the publication of a study from the University of Surrey, worldwide health authorities are being urged to rethink guidance around vitamin D.
A study published in the European Respiratory Journal has found a correlation between high sugar intake in pregnant women and asthma risk in children.