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Europe: Ingredient found to help babies on formula cry less and sleep more

Infants fed with formula containing INFAT, the SN-2 palmitate ingredient from Advanced Lipids, cry less and sleep more, a clinical study has shown. SN-2 palmitate...

Asia Pacific: Eat less to live longer, find researchers

Overeating can lead to health issues that can shorten one's life, such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease. On the other end of the...

Americas: Dairy drink found to improve eye health

Consuming a dairy drink containing lutein-, zeaxanthin- and DHA-enriched egg yolk significantly improves macular pigment optical density, visual acuity and plasma lutein concentration in...

Americas: Nutrition found better as a medical treatment

HIV-positive people who received healthy food and snacks for six months were more likely to adhere to their medication regimens, and they, as well...

Europe: Broccoli specie found to lower bad cholesterol

A variety of broccoli has been bred to contain higher levels of a compound called glucoraphanin. This broccoli, called Beneforté, is now being grown commercially in...

Europe: Orafti Inulin helps one get ‘regular’, researchers find

A new study shows that Beneo’s prebiotic chicory root fiber, Orafti Inulin, induces selective changes in the gut’s microbiota composition that can be directly...

Europe: Improving fraud resilience

Fraud has a financial cost, undermines customer and consumer confidence, and in the most serious cases, can damage consumers’ health and well-being. Fraud is harmful,...

Americas: Eating peanuts found to improve vascular health

A study has found including peanuts in a high fat meal improves the post-meal triglyceride response and preserved endothelial function. "Peanuts are a healthy snack...

Americas: Study finds children who drink less sugar-sweetened beverages have favorable HDL-C levels

Researchers found there was an inverse association between sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) intake changes and HDL-cholesterol increases (HDL-C is the 'good cholesterol'). The study’s results also...

Growing of fresh produce at home automatically

Purdue University students who developed an automated device to grow vegetables in homes have started a company to commercialize their technology and develop an...
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