An international team of researchers has found that tryptophan, an amino acid present in high amounts in turkey, may help people with coeliac disease heal and respond better to a gluten-free diet
Are obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular illnesses and more the result of a "mismatch" between the meals we eat and the foods our bodies are prepared for?
Can exercise and nutrition improve cognition?
Excessive sugar intake may cause impulsive behavior associated with ADHD, bipolar disorder and even aggression
More than two-thirds of deaths from heart disease worldwide could be prevented with healthier diets.
Listen to Dr Alex Richardson present a live webcast on the benefits of DHA & Choline for brain development and function at the Food Matters Live virtual conference on Wednesday 14th October at 13.00-13.30
A hormone that influences when and how frequently animals eat also appears to affect memory
Does developmental lead exposure increase motivation to consume alcohol?
This FREE NutraIngredients-USA webinar will delve into the exciting area of the latest in cutting edge research in Omega-3s
It’s clear from this report that the food industry is unable or unwilling to reformulate voluntarily and it’s now time for a different approach
What a mum eats and drinks during breastfeeding may influence their infant's brain development
A "jammer" has been discovered that blocks communication between the gut and the brain, thus preventing proper regulation of sugar and causing insulin resistance in people with diabetes
Could sensory sensitivity, aggression and sleep disorders be triggered or worsened by gastrointestinal symptoms in children with autism spectrum disorder?
Can controlling blood sugar levels improve the ability to clearly think in Type 2 diabetic patients?
A new study suggests that consumption of fructose may worsen intestinal inflammation common to inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD).
Which milk is best for our health?
Regular supplementation with either curcumin or fish oil can improve mood and memory.
Most patients with IBD habitually consume inadequate amounts of dietary fibre which may have negative effects on the gut microbiome and contribute to dysbiosis
New findings suggest that losing weight is particularly important for healthy brain aging or for recovery in people who suffer strokes or brain injuries, where learning is fundamental for recovery
During pregnancy, the maternal gut microbiota could potentially influence not only the health of the mother but the health of the developing offspring as well.