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Belgium drafts supplement guidance for four nutrients … but is it right?

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Industry should fight amendments to a Belgian decree setting out minimum and maximum levels for caffeine, lutein, lycopene and red yeast rice, because some proposed levels fall well below established EFSA safety data, an expert claims.

Green tea can lower diabetes risk in women, according to Kyushu University study. ©iStock

Green tea consumption can lower rice-induced diabetes risk in women: Japanese study

Longer periods of supplementation may increase the anti-inflammatory benefits of green tea. ©iStock

Green tea supplements: Good for weight loss, but lacking in anti-inflammation action against PCOS

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“Frutarom in a cup”: Firm showcases functional drink solutions as acquisition integration begins

Winners revealed: Find out who won out at the NutraIngredients Awards 2017!

Winners revealed: Find out who won out at the NutraIngredients Awards 2017!

The sage-based product will launch across Asia Pacific and Australia in the third and fourth quarter of this year. ©iStock

Sage advice: Epigenetics-based cognitive health supplement set for APAC launch

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Vitafoods 2017 in tweets

EU fairy tales: Is botanical harmonisation ‘a waste of time’?

EU fairy tales: Is botanical harmonisation ‘a waste of time’?

Indena and Hyris partner on portable genomic identification of botanicals

Indena and Hyris partner on portable genomic identification of botanicals

Cannabinoids are 'a possible key player in elderly medical care'.

Cannabinoids and the elderly: Review underlines Parkinson’s and dementia benefits

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