Botanicals

Botanical extract offers anti-inflammatory potential in tackling Alzheimer’s

In 2015, the number of people living with dementia was estimated to be 46.8 million worldwide. ©iStock

A botanical plant extract offers possibilities in preserving memory and learning abilities lost to Alzheimer’s disease as a study highlights the plant’s anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.

Broccoli extract backed in fight against diabetes

Broccoli extract backed in fight against diabetes

Botanicals: The risks and benefits, opportunities and challenges

Botanicals: The risks and benefits, opportunities and challenges

Study leaks phytochemical advantages of organically grown onions

Study leaks phytochemical advantages of organically grown onions

Experts wanted: EFSA calls for new NDA Panel members

Experts wanted: EFSA calls for new NDA Panel members

The product is based on Plant & Food Research science that suggests Boysenberry consumption can manage lung inflammation.

New Zealand natural ingredients to be ‘fast-tracked’ to international launch

Previous studies have shown seaweed to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. ©iStock/Torsakarin

Seaweed swell: European interest turns tide in superfood’s favour?

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

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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