» Limiting mealtimes may increase your motivation for exercise
19/10/19 19:40 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
Limiting access to food in mice increases levels of the hormone, ghrelin, which may also increase motivation to exercise, according to a new study. The study suggests that a surge in levels of appetite-promoting hormone, ghrelin, after a...
» SNAP provides a model for ensuring a right to food
18/10/19 22:11 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
Alleviating food insecurity is often seen as one of the fundamental roles a country should fulfill. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is effective in addressing the right to food in the US, and that the program can ser...
» Vegan keto diet: Everything you need to know
18/10/19 19:00 from Nutrition/Agriculture News From Medical News Today
A vegan keto diet is a very low carbohydrate diet that does not include any animal products. Learn about the possible benefits and risks and what to eat on a vegan keto diet here.
» Creatine powers T cells' fight against cancer
18/10/19 17:11 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
The study, conducted in mice, is the first to show that creatine uptake is critical to the anti-tumor activities of killer T cells, the foot soldiers of the immune system.
» Could rapeseed protein be the new soy? Start-up develops tech for ‘Raptein’ extraction
18/10/19 14:27 from FoodNavigator RSS
Polish start-up NapiFeryn Biotech has developed technology that isolates and purifies rapeseed protein for food formulation. Could âRapteinâ challenge soyâs leading position in plant-based?
» From plastics to plant-based: Business must find ‘intelligent ways forward’ for sustainable food
18/10/19 14:24 from FoodNavigator RSS
Good Business CEO Giles Gibbons discusses why food firms can't ignore the two 'totemic issues' of climate change and equality.
» ‘Act now on food safety’, out-of-home chains told
18/10/19 14:22 from FoodNavigator RSS
Out-of-home (OOH) food and drink firms should âdo the right thingâ and âdemonstrate a strong commitment to food safetyâ, without the threat of legislation, says Instinctif Partners, which gives advice to brands on risk and crisis managem...
» ‘We could solve a trifecta of the seafood industry’s most pressing problems’: IBM partners with Raw Seafoods to fight fraud in seafood
18/10/19 14:21 from FoodNavigator RSS
Technology company IBM is launching a collaboration with Raw Seafoods to further rollout a blockchain solution for the seafood supply chain. The companies say the initiative can help tackle three of the sectorâs âmost pressing problemsâ:...
» Increase health benefits of exercise by working out before breakfast
18/10/19 12:06 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
Exercising before eating breakfast burns more fat, improves how the body responds to insulin and lowers people's risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
» Brussels Bulletin: Brexit deal reached, UK instates environmental watchdog, and pesticides again under EU spotlight
18/10/19 10:01 from FoodNavigator RSS
This latest edition of FoodNavigator's Brussels Bulletin covers the UK Prime Minister's Brexit deal, a new environmental watchdog in the UK, and an open consultation on pesticide residue in food.
» Some keto diets may exacerbate skin inflammation
18/10/19 10:00 from Nutrition/Agriculture News From Medical News Today
A study in mouse models with psoriasis-like skin inflammation suggests that ketogenic diets with a very high fat content may exacerbate skin problems.
» Written Nutrition Guidelines, Client Choice Distribution, and Adequate Refrigerator Storage Are Positively Associated with Increased Offerings of Feeding America’s Detailed Foods to Encourage (F2E) in a Large Sample of Arkansas Food Pantries
18/10/19 00:00 from Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Millions of food-insecure households in the United States obtain food from food pantries each year. These foods are often of insufficient nutritional quality.
» The Role of Diet in the Prevention of Diabetes among Women with Prior Gestational Diabetes: A Systematic Review of Intervention and Observational Studies
18/10/19 00:00 from Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Women with prior gestational diabetes (GDM) have an increased lifetime risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). There are no up-to-date systematic reviews analyzing the relationship of diet with risk of developing T2DM followi...
» How does taurine affect the body?
18/10/19 00:00 from Nutrition/Agriculture News From Medical News Today
Taurine is an amino acid that occurs naturally in the body. People can also get taurine from supplements and other dietary sources. This article outlines the health benefits and potential risks of taurine.
» Beverage consumption and energy intake among Canadians: analyses of 2004 and 2015 national dietary intake data
18/10/19 00:00 from Nutrition Journal - Latest Articles
Among adults and children consuming Western diets, beverages are significant sources of free sugars, saturated fats, excess calories, and alcohol, with relevance to chronic disease risk. The impact of recent h...
» FDA’s Forensic Chemistry Center Playing Critical Role in Vaping Illness Investigation
17/10/19 19:24 from Food and Drug Administration Consumer Updates
FDA’s Forensic Chemistry Center serves as the agency’s premier national forensic laboratory for research and analyses related to criminal and regulatory investigations involving FDA-regulated products.
» Evidence of behavioral, biological similarities between compulsive overeating and addiction
17/10/19 16:52 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
Does yo-yo dieting drive compulsive eating? There may be a connection. According to researchers the chronic cyclic pattern of overeating followed by undereating, reduces the brain's ability to feel reward and may drive compulsive eating....
» Adults with undiagnosed Celiac disease have lower bone density
17/10/19 16:19 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
New research has found lower bone density in adults who are likely to have undiagnosed celiac disease, an autoimmune disease triggered by consuming gluten, despite this group consuming more calcium and phosphorous than the control group.
» ‘We will be the largest pea manufacturer in Europe’: COSUCRA invests in pea processing capacity
17/10/19 14:36 from FoodNavigator RSS
Belgian ingredients supplier COSUCRA is investing further in its pea processing capabilities, with the opening of a second facility in Aarhus, Denmark. According to commercial director Eric Bosly this will make the company one of the lar...
» ‘Avoid solving one problem by creating another’: Plant-based boom faces sustainability and nutrition challenges
17/10/19 14:15 from FoodNavigator RSS
Sales in plant-based foods show no sign of slowing in Europe. But booming demand raises complex issues, from the nutritional profile of formulations through to the sustainability of ingredient sourcing. âThe industry needs to avoid solvi...