The supplementation of electrolytes could potentially reduce the incidence of muscle cramps due to different factors, including exercise, ageing, and pregnancy, according to the latest guest on our NutraChampion podcast, Professor Ken Nosaka.
Clinical trial findings are becoming ever more important in today’s world as consumers are looking beyond label claims and are actively reading up on the health benefits and evidence of ingredients used in immunity products, according to an expert panel.
NutraIngredients' interactive and FREE broadcast series focusing on immunity begins today, with the first APAC edition on clinical trials and emerging research coming live from our Singapore regional HQ.
There is no significant effect of vitamin D supplementation on breast cancer risk and mammography density, suggesting that previous evidence may be overestimated, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials (RCT).
The supplementation of a formulation containing myo-inositol, probiotics, and micronutrients before and during pregnancy could reduce preterm birth, according to a study conducted in Singapore, New Zealand, and UK.
Today we can reveal the full details for the first broadcast from APAC as part of NutraIngredients' global immunity series, which will be shining the spotlight on clinical trials and emerging research.
The supplementation of psychobiotic Lactobacillus plantarum PS128 could provide stress, insomnia and gastrointestinal relief among high-stressed workers, in this case IT professionals, according to the findings of an eight-week pilot study.
In this round-up of recent scientific developments, we highlight new findings on how animal protein is more beneficial than plant protein in increasing lean mass, new findings on COVID-19 and vitamin D deficiency and more.