» How cinnamon can help you to burn holiday fat
22/11/17 16:00 from Nutrition/Agriculture News From Medical News Today
New research reveals how the essential oil that gives cinnamon its unique flavor and smell makes fat cells burn energy instead of storing it.

» Could vitamin D help to keep rheumatoid arthritis at bay?
22/11/17 15:00 from Nutrition/Agriculture News From Medical News Today
A new study using cells taken from joints of people with rheumatoid arthritis shows that some types of immune cell can lose their sensitivity to vitamin D.

» Manufacturers underestimate importance of clear cooking instructions: study
22/11/17 14:46 from FoodNavigator RSS
Consumer satisfaction with a product is greatly impacted by how easy they find it to prepare and cook and the on-pack labelling, according to research. Does your ready meal need a new-look label?

» Food Matters Live 2017: The best bits
22/11/17 14:19 from FoodNavigator RSS
Food industry movers and shakers are at Food Matters Live in London this week discussing the hottest topics affecting manufacturers and suppliers. Can't be there? Take a look at our social media best bits.

» It's the Latest Diet Craze, But Is It Safe?
22/11/17 14:15 from WebMD Health Channel - Diet & Weight Management
It's a simplified approach to eating that essentially views fruits and vegetables through the same prism as candies and soda. All that matters is the total caloric tally.

» Big tech, small farm: IoT rice analyser is a 'game-changer' for small processors, says Bühler
22/11/17 12:05 from FoodNavigator RSS
The internet of things (IoT) is making advanced technology more accessible than ever, according to BÃhler, which says its cloud-connected digital rice analyser is a "a game changer" for small rice farmers across the world.

» Nutritional screening and dietitian consultation rates in a geriatric evaluation and management unit
22/11/17 09:45 from Nutrition & Dietetics
Aim Nutritional screening may not always lead to intervention. The present study aimed to determine: (i) the rate of nutritional screening in hospitalised older adults; (ii) whether nutritional screening led to dietitian consultation and...

» Survey of disability-related content in Australian dietetics programs
22/11/17 02:51 from Nutrition & Dietetics
Aim Nutrition and dietetic services are an important component of healthcare for people living with a disability. The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia is providing more opportunities for indivi...

» Waste from soy milk and tofu production turned into ‘high-value’ ingredient by Singapore scientists
22/11/17 02:48 from FoodNavigator RSS
Singapore food scientists have turned wasted okara, the by-product of soymilk and tofu production, into âa nutritious and tasty food ingredientâ.

» Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Revised 2017 Standards of Practice in Nutrition Care and Standards of Professional Performance for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists
22/11/17 00:00 from Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) face complex situations every day. Competently addressing the unique needs of each situation and applying standards appropriately are essential to providing safe, timely, patient-/client-/custome...

» Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Revised 2017 Scope of Practice for the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
22/11/17 00:00 from Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (Academy) is the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals and the association that represents credentialed nutrition and dietetics practitioners—registered dietitian nutritio...

» Food Safety Tips for Healthy Holidays
21/11/17 16:00 from Food and Drug Administration Consumer Updates
Following these safe food-handling practices will help prevent foodborne illness.

» Disordered eating among young adults found to have long-term negative health effects
21/11/17 14:52 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
According to a recent study, disordered eating among young adults has long-term effects on their health. Disordered eating among 24-year-old women and men was an indicator of higher body weight, larger waist circumference and lower psych...

» Tempting your taste buds: Food cues entice consumers to overeat
21/11/17 14:51 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
The mouth-watering aroma of juicy burgers and crispy fries, and the eye-catching menu signs with delicious food pictures can tempt many hungry patrons to stop at fast-food restaurants.

» Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells
21/11/17 14:51 from ScienceDaily: Nutrition News
New research has determined how a common holiday spice -- cinnamon -- might be enlisted in the fight against obesity.

» Heat-resistant wheat will fight food insecurity and shake up the global wheat trade, say researchers
21/11/17 14:08 from FoodNavigator RSS
A non-GMO durum wheat variety that grows in 40ÂC heat and matures in record time could give African food security a vital boost and forge new global South-to-South trade dynamics, ending North Africaâs dependence on Western wheat.

» No Bones (or Bone Treats) About It: Reasons Not to Give Your Dog Bones
21/11/17 12:00 from Food and Drug Administration Consumer Updates
Bone treats are real bones that have been processed, sometimes flavored, and packaged for dogs. Giving your dog a 'bone treat' might lead to an unexpected trip to your veterinarian, a possible emergency surgery, or even death for your pet.

» Ireland’s lifetime obesity bill set at €7.2bn
21/11/17 12:00 from FoodNavigator RSS
The cost of obesity in Ireland is close to â7.2 billion, according to a study.

» What would a bid for Hain Celestial mean for Nestlé?
21/11/17 12:00 from FoodNavigator RSS
Swiss food giant Nestlà has been linked to a possible takeover bid for Hain Celestial, a natural food maker with operations in the US, UK and India.

» Study looks at adding protein-based sweetener MNEI to yogurt
21/11/17 11:30 from FoodNavigator RSS
Could a modified protein be a suitable sweetener for yogurt? Researchers in Italy investigated the potential of using a protein from a berry to sweeten yogurt, with mixed results.

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