Beneo survey shows “positive aging” drives demand for healthier nutrition
November 29, 2021
For those over-50’s concerned about the issue of healthy aging, three out of every four (79%) are primarily focused on maintaining their ability to continue with activities as they age. A similar number (76%) see good physical and mental health and a balanced diet as key to overall health.
Parents can make every bite count by feeding eggs as a fundamental first food
January 11, 2021
One of the best foods for a baby’s healthy brain development is already in most refrigerators: eggs. In an historic first, the newly released 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans include recommendations for birth to 24 months old and specifically recommend eggs as an important first food for infants and toddlers, as well as for pregnant women and lactating moms.
As collagen-based solutions continue to gain traction, Rousselot repositionins its offerings in growing categories
September 23, 2019
Encompassing the whole range of Rousselot’s collagen-based offer, the segments create a strong focus and strategic direction to develop solutions that bring consumer health benefits, support the development of medical science and maximize product properties.
Supplement brand showcases shelf-stable probiotics uniquely crafted to support overall digestive health
March 20, 2019
For people who have trouble taking tablets or prefer the convenience of a multivitamin in a great-tasting form, MegaFood now offers an option that helps to fill unwanted gaps in daily nutrition while promising the simplest delivery method.
I think every month should be National Nutrition Month. But to promote better eating habits that incorporate “better” foods and beverages, it is critical to have any publicly promoted nutrition message be based solidly on science.
Vitamins, minerals, beta-glucans, antioxidants, oligosaccharides, probiotics, and plant compounds all do their part to help build the immune system and keep us active and replete with the energy needed to get through the day—and life.
Research suggests including protein as part of a calorie-restricted diet is effective for weight loss and improved physical function
May 30, 2017
Duke University researchers found high-risk, obese women following weight-loss diets, which included lean pork, experienced significant weight loss, improved physical function and were able to stick to the approach during a six-month period – all important factors for the health and well-being of older women.
IFIC Foundation 12th Annual Food and Health Survey finds that a “health halo” could be causing flawed food decisions
May 17, 2017
Americans are consuming food information from more sources than ever before, yet nutritional literacy is lacking, and health may be suffering as a result. Those are among the findings of the International Food Information Council Foundation’s 12th Annual Food and Health Survey.