Study: GanedenBC30 May Have Beneficial Effect on Certain Illnesses in Children

Beloit, WI—GanedenBC30 has a beneficial effect on gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms and upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) symptoms, according to new research published in Food...

Study: Diet Useful, Safe for Children with GI Problems

Otago, New Zealand—The low-FODMAP diet is a useful treatment in children with gastrointestinal problems, according to new research from the University of Otago. The researchers...

Study: Few Improvements in American Diet over 18 Years

Massachusetts—American adults are still consuming too many low-quality carbohydrates and more saturated fat than recommended, according to a new study written by researchers from...

Lutemax 2020 Shown to Impact Eye Health—And Cognitive Health

Morristown, NJ—Lutemax 2020, a branded ingredient from OmniActive, has been shown to positively affect cognitive performance, according to a new study published in Physiology...

Study: Curcumin, BioPerine Potentially Beneficial for Mesothelioma Patients

East Windsor, NJ—A new study published in Journal of Experimental and Clinical Cancer Research found that Sabinsa’s Curcumin C3 Complex in combination with BioPerine...

Studies Show Benefits to Saw Palmetto Extract

Fort Collins, CO—BGG announced that it has completed and published two clinical trials on its saw palmetto extract One of the trials was conducted on...

“The Father of Cannabis Research” to be Honored

San Fransisco, CA-- “The Father of Cannabis Research" Raphael Mechoulam will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award and a $10,000 research grant from The...

Gluten Intake at 18 Months Associated with Risk of Type 1 Diabetes

Barcelona, Spain—New research shows that, for each extra 10g of gluten consumed per day by an 18 month old child, risk of developing type...

Med Students Insufficiently Trained in Nutrition

Nutrition is insufficiently incorporated into medical education on a worldwide basis, according to a new review published in The Lancet Planetary Health. Medical students...

Bacteria Compete with Human Hosts for Longevity Vitamin

Gainesville, FL—New research shows that disease-causing bacteria compete with their human hosts for a key micronutrient: queuine, called a “longevity vitamin” by Dr. Bruce...

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