Consumers are seeking holistic nutrition support as they become increasingly aware of the relationship between stress, sleep and gut health, although barriers to purchase remain to be overcome, according to a new report by Fonterra’s nutrition brand,...
Increasing protein intake appears to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment in older age, while an extreme decline in animal-based protein consumption is linked with a 48% increase, new data from a long-term China study suggests.
A randomised control trial on Japan’s Morinaga Milk Industry’s Bifidobacterium breve A1 probiotic strain has shown it could improve memory functions in older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
Daily supplementation with matured hop bitter acids may improve mental processing speed, attention, and concentration in healthy adults aged 45 to 69, says a new study from beverage giant Kirin Holdings Co.
An antioxidant, astaxanthin has been linked to healthier skin, heart health, joint pain, and now, research suggests it may also reduce depression and stress in healthy subjects as well as improve memory in subjects with mild cognitive decline.
In this round up, read about the new scientific research findings, including how probiotic intake can complement UTI treatment, how Indian herb Brahmi and EPA have shown evidence for providing cognitive health benefits and more.
A new study has found that replacing conventional milk with A2 milk greatly reduced gastrointestinal symptoms associated with lactose intolerance in Chinese preschool children, and saw improvements in their cognitive performance.
Australian supplement firm Arborvitae Health and Wellbeing is seeing accelerated growth for its premium multi-purpose proprietary liquid tonic, which is now available in 500 domestic pharmacies, with demand now also rising in South East Asia, China and...
Out of 120 school students analyzed by Saudi researchers, academic performance was higher for students classified as moderately or highly active physically. Serum levels of vitamin E were also higher in the more active students.
Early studies on animals have linked consumption of polyphenol-rich berries to improvements in some cognitive markers. This has warranted studies on humans, and results are shedding more light on how berries may benefit our brain health.
As industrialized nations continue to move away from manual labor toward tech- and creative-based economies, it is about time that nootropic products become more mainstream, says the CEO and founder of Koios.
UK firm Sibelius Natural Products is making significant headway in the APAC region with its signature Sibelius : Sage extract and supplements, having recently received approval for sale in Taiwan after entering Australia last year.
The mechanisms behind the gut-brain axis in infants should be further explored and better understood, so possible nutritional interventions can be explored to support healthy brain development, according to a Danone-led study.