India’s Ishaanav Nutraceuticals is seeing opportunities for the use of health supplements to manage conditions that currently do not have a specific pharmaceutical intervention, such as pre-diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
The health and nutrition industry has a vast opportunity to meet women’s health needs beyond fertility and menopausal concerns, with experts believing there is still a huge gap in the range of products targeted at women’s wellbeing holistically.
We bring you the 10 most-read science and nutrition research stories for this year, including new findings on the benefits of curcumin for hyperlipidaemia, pre/probiotics for healthy ageing, and how vitamin E supplementation has been shown to improve...
Specific probiotics strains have showed immunomodulatory properties in women suffering from chronic inflammatory conditions, such as gestational diabetes and PCOS, according to a review of RCTs conducted by Nestle.
A cohort study conducted in China found that females suffering from infertility and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) experienced lower oxidative stress in their bodies and can reduce their hormone medication dosage after a brief period of vitamin E supplementation.
Popular TCM remedies used by Taiwanese women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may have the potential to effectively treat the symptoms of the condition, according to a study led by Taiwan's China Medical University.