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Easing digestive comfort

Tolerase G is aimed at gluten sensitive consumers that follow a gluten-free diet or avoid eating gluten

Warding off food waste in the health sector

Philip Simpson explores the implications of wasting food, as well as how embracing recycling can drive significant cost and sustainability benefits for the health sector

High-potency turmeric extract

Combined treatment of curcumin and essential turmeric oils can provide superior protection from symptoms of colitis

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One fifth of global population achieves sufficient vitamin E status

Study establishes just 21% of the studies of the examined populations globally reach a serum α-tocopherol concentration of ≥30...

Purslane extract supports blood sugar control

A new clinical study confirms positive effects of Portusana, an extract of the herb purslane (Portulaca oleracea L), on blood sugar levels...

Reducing sodium and boosting food flavour

All-natural ingredient is designed to simultaneously reduce sodium and boost flavour

Targeting premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysphoric disorder relief

More than 200 different symptoms have been associated with PMS, including emotional symptoms such as: stress, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue,...

Advancing the food safety arms race

The merits of biochip array technology; a study in honey analysis. By Gary Smith

New whole protein

Mankai is a vegetable whole-protein ingredient with high nutritional value

How can men take baby steps into fertility?

Ingredients protect the testes and create a better environment for sperm development and health

Root fibre could help fight obesity in children

Orafti Synergy1 improves appetite regulation and decreases food intake in overweight and obese children, helping those children to eat less,...

Exotic Inca berry ingredient ‘to boost health and taste’

Frutarom BU Health has launched its new superberry ingredient, Incaberrix prepared from the berry

Minimising impact of air pollution via nutrition

DSM highlights benefits of nutritional solutions to counter health impact of air pollution in new paper

Natural health ingredient portfolio on display

DSM to showcase its natural health ingredient portfolio at Vitafoods 2015 event in Switzerland

Iced tea market heats up on health platforms

Consumers search for alternatives to sugar-rich carbonated beverages alongside an increasing emphasis on the health properties of tea

'Beauty' chocolate

ESTHECHOC, marketed as the world’s first ‘beauty chocolate’, was presented at the Global Food Innovation Summit in London

Natural cholesterol-lowering solutions

DSM previews the range of dietary and pharmaceutical offerings it will display at this year’s CPhI event

Antibiotic resistance is forcing the pace of food regulation

Mariclare McGarrity reveals the problems associated with antibiotic resistance and how they can be tackled

LycoRed launches formula targeting men’s health

LycoRed Ltd. is entering the men’s health category with Lyc-O-Pro, a science-based formulation targeting prostate health.

Dying from a food allergy is less likely than being murdered

A person with a food allergy is more likely to be murdered than to die from a severe reaction, according to a new study.

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