Nutrition

IFT-DGA Virtual Conference Introduces Roadmap to the 'Next Normal' Amid Transformations in Consumer Behavior

Thursday, May 6, 2021 - 2:30pm

"\nDornblaser shared Mintel research that indicated there is a wide knowledge gap in terms of consumers\' understanding of what is "healthy" or "unhealthy."

Key Points: 
  • "\nDornblaser shared Mintel research that indicated there is a wide knowledge gap in terms of consumers\' understanding of what is "healthy" or "unhealthy."
  • Dornblaser predicts the trends of immunity-boosting foods, snacking and indulgent food consumption are here to stay.
  • "\nUSDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion Senior Policy Advisor Stephenie Fu shared consumer research on healthy eating habits across life stages.
  • We believe that science is essential to ensuring a global food supply that is sustainable, safe, nutritious, and accessible to all.

Performix, World Leader In Health & Wellness Supplements Launches First Highly Caffeinated Ready To Drink Beverage, Performix SST Energy Seltzer

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 4:02pm

b'NEW YORK, May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Performix, a leader in active nutrition and pioneer in developing best in class, high-performing supplements, announced the launch of Performix SST Energy Seltzer today.

Key Points: 
  • b'NEW YORK, May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Performix, a leader in active nutrition and pioneer in developing best in class, high-performing supplements, announced the launch of Performix SST Energy Seltzer today.
  • A line of non-alcoholic, zero calorie and zero sugar energy seltzers with real ingredients, Performix SST delivers 100 ways to fuel today\'s active lifestyle.
  • "Whether I\'m working late in the shop on my latest bike build or riding 12 hours on tour, an energy drink is never far away.
  • "\n"PerformixSST Energy Seltzer falls in line with our other SST energy products, which are made for those who need the fuel to conquer their busy schedules.

Tristar Products, Inc. Donates 1.5 Million Meals* to Feeding America®, Launches Social Awareness Campaign

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 2:00pm

The donation launches Tristar\xe2\x80\x99s social awareness campaign to fight hunger and food insecurity in America.

Key Points: 
  • The donation launches Tristar\xe2\x80\x99s social awareness campaign to fight hunger and food insecurity in America.
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, up to 50 million people may face hunger this year, including 17 million children.
  • Feeding America will be featured on print and digital platforms, on TV infomercials, and in social awareness campaigns.
  • Retail packaging will include the Feeding America logo.\n*$1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks.

Eating a Nic's Keto Healthy Fatty Diet Reduce Body Weight and Improve Cardiovascular Health Markers!

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 5:10am

b'Clinical trial proves that Nic\'s Keto Diet may improve markers of cardiovascular health.\nLONDON, ON, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --TRC GEN+ is happy to confirm that Prof. Nikolaos Tzenios PH.D. may have found the golden grail of Health with the optimal diet where eating a healthy fat diet reduces body weight and improves cardiovascular health markers.\nThe high-quality clinical research organization "KGK Science" Canada investigated Nic\'s Keto Diet\'s efficacy on cardiovascular Health in an open-label clinical study.\n"KGK Science" examined healthy men and women with mildly elevated LDL cholesterol levels over a period of 140 days.\nThe study\'s findings have shown that participants had a significant 4.41% reduction in body fat percentage.\nParticipants\' body weight was significantly reduced by 8.55kg.\nAfter five months of adherence to the diet plan, participants showed a significant decrease in their total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, an increase in the HDL cholesterol, the "good cholesterol," and a significant reduction in blood sugar levels.\nOverall, the study results suggest that Nic\'s Keto Diet may be used to improve body composition and markers of cardiovascular health.\nProfessor Nikolaos Tzenios is a Professor of Public Health, Fellow of The Royal Society for Public Health (UK), Fellow of the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ANTI-AGING MEDICINE, ASSOCIATE ACADEMICIAN of the International Academy of Social Sciences, Member of the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine, Member of The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Member of the Royal Society of Biology and a Postgraduate student at Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program, Department of Postgraduate Medical Education, Harvard Medical School.\n'

Key Points: 
  • b'Clinical trial proves that Nic\'s Keto Diet may improve markers of cardiovascular health.\nLONDON, ON, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --TRC GEN+ is happy to confirm that Prof. Nikolaos Tzenios PH.D. may have found the golden grail of Health with the optimal diet where eating a healthy fat diet reduces body weight and improves cardiovascular health markers.\nThe high-quality clinical research organization "KGK Science" Canada investigated Nic\'s Keto Diet\'s efficacy on cardiovascular Health in an open-label clinical study.\n"KGK Science" examined healthy men and women with mildly elevated LDL cholesterol levels over a period of 140 days.\nThe study\'s findings have shown that participants had a significant 4.41% reduction in body fat percentage.\nParticipants\' body weight was significantly reduced by 8.55kg.\nAfter five months of adherence to the diet plan, participants showed a significant decrease in their total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, an increase in the HDL cholesterol, the "good cholesterol," and a significant reduction in blood sugar levels.\nOverall, the study results suggest that Nic\'s Keto Diet may be used to improve body composition and markers of cardiovascular health.\nProfessor Nikolaos Tzenios is a Professor of Public Health, Fellow of The Royal Society for Public Health (UK), Fellow of the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ANTI-AGING MEDICINE, ASSOCIATE ACADEMICIAN of the International Academy of Social Sciences, Member of the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine, Member of The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Member of the Royal Society of Biology and a Postgraduate student at Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program, Department of Postgraduate Medical Education, Harvard Medical School.\n'

Eating a Nic's Keto Healthy Fatty Diet Reduce Body Weight and Improve Cardiovascular Health Markers!

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 4:43am

b'Clinical trial proves that Nic\'s Keto Diet may improve markers of cardiovascular health.\nLONDON, ON, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --TRC GEN+ is happy to confirm that Prof. Nikolaos Tzenios PH.D. may have found the golden grail of Health with the optimal diet where eating a healthy fat diet reduces body weight and improves cardiovascular health markers.\nThe high-quality clinical research organization "KGK Science" Canada investigated Nic\'s Keto Diet\'s efficacy on cardiovascular Health in an open-label clinical study.\n"KGK Science" examined healthy men and women with mildly elevated LDL cholesterol levels over a period of 140 days.\nThe study\'s findings have shown that participants had a significant 4.41% reduction in body fat percentage.\nParticipants\' body weight was significantly reduced by 8.55kg.\nAfter five months of adherence to the diet plan, participants showed a significant decrease in their total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, an increase in the HDL cholesterol, the "good cholesterol," and a significant reduction in blood sugar levels.\nOverall, the study results suggest that Nic\'s Keto Diet may be used to improve body composition and markers of cardiovascular health.\nProfessor Nikolaos Tzenios is a Professor of Public Health, Fellow of The Royal Society for Public Health (UK), Fellow of the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ANTI-AGING MEDICINE, ASSOCIATE ACADEMICIAN of the International Academy of Social Sciences, Member of the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine, Member of The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Member of the Royal Society of Biology and a Postgraduate student at Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program, Department of Postgraduate Medical Education, Harvard Medical School.\n'

Key Points: 
  • b'Clinical trial proves that Nic\'s Keto Diet may improve markers of cardiovascular health.\nLONDON, ON, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --TRC GEN+ is happy to confirm that Prof. Nikolaos Tzenios PH.D. may have found the golden grail of Health with the optimal diet where eating a healthy fat diet reduces body weight and improves cardiovascular health markers.\nThe high-quality clinical research organization "KGK Science" Canada investigated Nic\'s Keto Diet\'s efficacy on cardiovascular Health in an open-label clinical study.\n"KGK Science" examined healthy men and women with mildly elevated LDL cholesterol levels over a period of 140 days.\nThe study\'s findings have shown that participants had a significant 4.41% reduction in body fat percentage.\nParticipants\' body weight was significantly reduced by 8.55kg.\nAfter five months of adherence to the diet plan, participants showed a significant decrease in their total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, an increase in the HDL cholesterol, the "good cholesterol," and a significant reduction in blood sugar levels.\nOverall, the study results suggest that Nic\'s Keto Diet may be used to improve body composition and markers of cardiovascular health.\nProfessor Nikolaos Tzenios is a Professor of Public Health, Fellow of The Royal Society for Public Health (UK), Fellow of the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ANTI-AGING MEDICINE, ASSOCIATE ACADEMICIAN of the International Academy of Social Sciences, Member of the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine, Member of The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Member of the Royal Society of Biology and a Postgraduate student at Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program, Department of Postgraduate Medical Education, Harvard Medical School.\n'

Worldwide Modified Starch Industry to 2026 - Key Drivers, Restraints and Opportunities

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 9:45pm

The demand for modified starch within the global market, will continue to grow on account of advancements in the food and beverages industry.

Key Points: 
  • The demand for modified starch within the global market, will continue to grow on account of advancements in the food and beverages industry.
  • Modified starch is generally used in the food industry, and the wide range of application portfolios of modified starch is driving the development of the global market.
  • The growing demand for thickening agents in the food industry has carried modified starch under the spotlight of attention.\nAlso, emulsifying agents are a key requirement across some chemical processes within the food industry.
  • These factors are playing a significant role in confirming a regular inflow of revenues into the global modified starch market.

Looking for a way to help families facing food insecurity? Take a Seat at The Table, Feed the Children's Unique Online Giving Community

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 8:26pm

When families are able to sit down together, it helps them handle the stresses and hassles of daily life.

Key Points: 
  • When families are able to sit down together, it helps them handle the stresses and hassles of daily life.
  • This monthly gift can help provide food-insecure families with the opportunity to access life\'s basic essentials.
  • Feed the Children\'s new online giving community aims to slow the rising food insecurity numbers and bring families back to the table through the help of neighbors.
  • With the help of Feed the Children and my community, my has food to eat and a second chance at life.

SmartyPants® Celebrates Giving Back With 10 Years of Partnership with Vitamin Angels

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 7:36pm

Since their founding in 2011, for every bottle sold, SmartyPants has made a 1 for 1 nutrient grant to someone in need through Vitamin Angels.

Key Points: 
  • Since their founding in 2011, for every bottle sold, SmartyPants has made a 1 for 1 nutrient grant to someone in need through Vitamin Angels.
  • For every donation made to Vitamin Angels from May 4 - 9th*, SmartyPants will make a matching donation, up to $10,000.
  • "We would not be here and would not have been able to live our mission without our day one partnership with Vitamin Angels.
  • "\nThis partnership with Vitamin Angels extends to 65+ countries across the globe, including our neighbors here in the United States.

Phenomix Sciences Signs Exclusive Technology Licensing Deal With Mayo Clinic for Obesity Phenotype Blood Test

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 1:15pm

b'Biomedical startup company Phenomix Sciences (Phenomix) has signed an exclusive technology licensing agreement with Mayo Clinic for a novel blood test that accurately predicts obesity phenotypes.

Key Points: 
  • b'Biomedical startup company Phenomix Sciences (Phenomix) has signed an exclusive technology licensing agreement with Mayo Clinic for a novel blood test that accurately predicts obesity phenotypes.
  • The multi-level \xe2\x80\x9comics\xe2\x80\x9d MyPhenome\xe2\x84\xa2 test leverages technology developed at Mayo Clinic to analyze genomics, metabolomics and hormone levels.
  • Its AI-driven algorithmic solution identifies four specific obesity phenotypes to give doctors the ability to prescribe more precise anti-obesity treatments.
  • Obesity has its roots in DNA, but there is also a complicated web connecting obesity to age, race, and gender, as well as education and socioeconomic status.

New Study Shows Tree Nuts May Play A Role In Both Weight Loss And Weight Maintenance

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 1:00pm

However, satiety was significantly higher at the end of week 24 in the mixed tree nut group, and there was a trend toward greater weight maintenance compared to the pretzel group.

Key Points: 
  • However, satiety was significantly higher at the end of week 24 in the mixed tree nut group, and there was a trend toward greater weight maintenance compared to the pretzel group.
  • Moreover, the dropout rate was significantly lower in the mixed tree nut group (16.4%) compared to the pretzel (35.9%) group.
  • "By replacing just one of those snacks with 1.5 ounces of tree nuts may result in a positive impact on weight and overall health.
  • Li., 2021 Mixed tree nut snacks compared to refined carbohydrate snacks resulted in weight loss and increased satiety during both weight loss and weight maintenance: a 24-week randomized controlled trial.