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Taiwan fungus provides anti-skin cancer supplement potential, researchers report

EE-AC supressed cell migration better than a common chemotherapeutic agent, said researchers.

The fruiting body of the Taiwanese fungus Antrodia camphorata possesses anti-skin cancer, antioxidant and anti-melanogenic properties, according to new research.

“The results do not provide evidence for inverse associations of fruit or vegetable consumption with risk of overall cancer incidence,” state researchers in Japan.

No evidence of link between fruit and veg consumption and reduction in overall cancer cases: Major Japan study

Red seaweed found to aid in cancer in rats © iStock

Red seaweed could be a potential aid for cancer treatment: Study

'Registered observers will still be able to attend the meetings but now they also have the option of following open sessions of the meetings on EFSA’s website...' ©iStock

EFSA quits Brussels for Parma home; commits to livestreaming

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I-nutrition: This time it’s personal

Omija berry extract may be helpful in improving obesity and related metabolic disorders.

Five-flavoured omija berry boasts obesity-fighting potential

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Artificial Intelligence: BASF partner with Nuritas on 'next gen' functional peptides

As well as Thailand, BioGaia is also expanding in Japan.

BioGaia’s probiotic products to be launched in Thailand

GasTrap: One of KitoZyme's medical devices

KitoZyme banking on novel prebiotic with new medical device platform

In clinical trials, the efficacy of M. acuminata to relieve inflammation in combination with western medicine has been proven, say researchers.

Wild banana ripe for greater functional food and nutraceutical examination: Review

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