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New US guidelines on peanut allergy

Babies without eczema or egg allergies, should be introduced to peanut-containing foods alongside other solid foods according to new clinical guidelines from an expert panel sponsored by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The guidance is aimed at aid health care providers and was prompted by emerging evidence that eating peanut-containing foods […]

January 17, 2017 Continue Reading
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Rosemary and grapefruit extract shows beauty benefits say research

A study published in Food & Nutrition Research has found that a combination of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) and grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) extracts has potential photo protective effects on the skin. The Spanish researchers investigated the efficacy of a commercial rosemary and grapefruit combination, Nutroxsun, in decreasing the skin’s susceptibility to UVR exposure and improving wrinkles […]

August 18, 2016 Continue Reading
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Cognitive function sees improvements with green oat extract

A new study has found that green oat (Avena sativa) extract can aid cognitive function such as speed of performance and episodic memory in healthy middle-aged adults. The double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study assessed the effects of single doses of the green oat extract across a broad range of cognitive domains in adults aged 40–65 years […]

January 12, 2016 Continue Reading
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Chondroitin is under-regulated states review

A recent review of the variations in composition of different chondroitin sulfate formulations has concluded that the supplement is under-regulated and requires standardisation to ensure its quality, efficacy and safety. The researchers, from the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) and the Institut Mar d’Investigacions Mèdiques in Barcelona, write that nutraceutical-grade chondroitin sulfate varies […]

July 13, 2015 Continue Reading
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Vitamin D may benefit Crohn’s sufferers

The results of a study carried out by researchers at St James’s Hospital in Dublin have shown that vitamin D could improve intestinal barrier dysfunctions associated with Crohn’s disease (CD), a gastrointestinal condition characterized by inflammation. The researchers gave 27 subjects with CD in remission either 2,000iu of vitamin D daily for three months, or […]

July 10, 2015 Continue Reading

Salmon oil found to reduce markers of oxidative stress

A study which researchers say may be the first to show that fish oil can reduce oxidative stress in healthy subjects, has found that salmon oil significantly reduces F2-isoprostane levels, the biomarkers of in vivo lipid peroxidative damage. The Australian study, led by Andrew Pipingas from the Swinburne University of Technology, involved 160 healthy adults […]

June 4, 2015 Continue Reading
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