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    Daily consumption of almonds may reduce wrinkles

     November 1, 2019  Jane Wolfe

    New research has found that postmenopausal women who partook in a daily snack of almonds saw a marked improvement in wrinkle width and severity.

  • Health & Nutrition

    IADSA launches online VMS resource

     June 5, 2019  Jane Wolfe

    The London-based International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations (IADSA) has introduced a new online information resource, Mind the Gap, designed to facilitate more effective communication about the benefits of dietary supplements.

  • Health & Nutrition

    FSE report stresses role of supplements in healthcare

     February 28, 2019  Jane Wolfe

    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.

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    Haskell and Mezaine get Cooking for Fitness

     January 2, 2019  Jane Wolfe

    England Rugby star James Haskell has teamed up with Omar Mezaine – the man who cooked the England football team to victory in the 2018 world Cup – for a new healthy recipe book.

  • Industry News

    Portion sizes ‘confuse’ consumers

     November 21, 2017  Rosie Greenaway

    The majority consumers struggle to identify a single portion of fruit or veg, according to survey results from the National Charity Partnership.



Australian researchers identify B3 ‘cure’ for deficiencies that cause birth defects and miscarriages

“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.

August 10, 2017 Continue Reading

Vitamin K2 improves vascular calcification

A new clinical study published in BMC Nephrology has found that haemodialysis patients benefit from supplementation with vitamin K2. According to the researchers, the vitamin K2 intake in haemodialysis patients was estimated as being 40% lower than in the healthy participant group. The study, based in Lebanon, investigated if there was a correlation between vitamin […]

July 19, 2017 Continue Reading

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