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OZiva launches Superfood Plant Protein to widen its plant-based nutrition portfolio


OZiva has come up with a plant-based complete protein, Superfood Plant Protein. It is a mixture of vegan protein with Ayurvedic herbs and multivitamins. The nourishment of Ayurvedic


Eating nutrition-rich food can overcome Covid-19: Expert


To create awareness on the nutrition-rich food among people, National Nutrition Week is observed every year. This year it is from September 01 to 7, 2020.

Experts stated that


Launch of 8 nutraceuticals immunity-boosting products: PMBJP


D V Sadananda Gowda, the Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilisers, India, announces eight immunity-boosting products launch under Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Priyojana (PM


Campaign for ‘Bharat Nutrition Week’ with conclave: IHW Council


An apex body, the Integrated Health and Wellbeing (IHW) Council, promoting health for all, is organizing a mega virtual conclave from September 1 to 7, 2020, Bharat Nutrition Week (f


Nutritional supplements' impact on diet behaviour


During this pandemic, consumers are experiencing nutritional anxiety that they may not be getting the required nutrients from ordinary or conventional foods. Stress acts as an influe


Regular usage Of Fish Oil Supplements associated to reduce Risk of Heart Disease and Death


Lakhs of people consume a fish oil supplement which is rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids in hopes that it will improve their health.Omega-3 fatty acids are present in foods, i


Altering diet continuously or abruptly could be lethal to health


New research from the University of Sheffield has found that altering to an enriched diet after consuming a restricted diet can lower life expectancy and have negative effe


People with High Vitamin B12 range are more susceptible to die early as per JAMA Report


People with higher blood levels of vitamin B12 are at an enhanced risk of early death, a current study in the journal JAMA Network Open has recommended. The death risk in s


Vitamin C may reduce Mechanical Ventilation span in Critical Care Patients


A current meta-analysis suggested that vitamin C may reduce the length of ICU stay and the span of mechanical ventilation. The researchers quantized the modification of the


Vitamin C-B1-Steroid Combo May reduce Septic Shock Mortality in Kids


Sepsis can impact anyone at any time but it tends to strike more often the very old and the very young. Children, particularly infants and premature babies, can be more vul


Cocoa enhances Walking Performance in PAD, as per the Circulation Study


In the disease related to peripheral artery, there is a narrowing of the arteries and lowering of blood flow from the heart to the legs. This leads to tightness, pain, cram


Consuming red meat and processed meat enhances heart disease and death risk, as per the study


After a scandalous study last fall suggesting that it was not essential for people to alter their diet in terms of red meat and processed meat, a large, carefully analyzed


As per the study dopamine, biological clock associated to overeating, snacking and obesity


During the span of 1976 through 1980, 15% of U.S. adults were suffering from obesity. Today, about 40% of adults are under obese category. Another 33% are under overweight


FDA declares Unprecedented Recalling of Dietary Supplements


Currently, a manufacturer which is New York-based produce dietary supplement (and its subsidiaries) furnished a nationwide recall of all lots of dietary supplement products


IV Magnesium Sulfate enhances results 6 Months after Brain Surgery


In current years, magnesium sulfate has secured interest as a potential protector of brain function. Prior studies have demonstrated it to have a favorable safety profile,


Natural compound in vegetables assists in fighting fatty liver disease


A new study headed by Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists demonstrates how a natural compound discovered in many well-known and widely consumed vegetables can also b


Backache in Postmenopausal Women is associated to Vitamin D Deficiency


Lumbar disc degeneration is a general musculoskeletal disease that often causes lower back ache. A new study has tried to examine the linkage between vitamin D deficiencies


Infection of Clostridioides difficile flourishes under a high-protein, high-fat diet


Diets involving Paleo, Keto and Atkins concentrate on high-fat, high-protein meals that are often low in carbohydrates. This mix may be attractive to Clostridioides diffici


Consumption of an egg a day not linked to risk of heart disease


The sandal about whether eggs are good or bad for your heart health may be resolved, and about one a day is fine.

A group of researchers from the Populati


Reason for lacking of nutritional quality in the packed lunches of Children


From healthy salads to sandwiches, we try to pack everything nutritious for school tiffin box of our kids. But it is disturbing to know that as per a latest research; fewer than


As per AHA, Understand the Power of Grapefruit before grabbing it


Grapefruit has sweet and friendly aesthetics, but you might have heard it has powers far beyond those of ordinary produce. Some of that data is fact, and some is myth.


Consumption of walnut could benefit brain health?


Oxidative stress has long been associated to age-related cognitive debilitation, the harbinger of dementia. Epidemiologic studies linking adherence to antioxidant-rich dietary patter


Switching to Skim Milk could add Years to Your Life?


If you want to downplay the aging process, it might not hurt to replace whole milk with skim, new research indicates.
The observations do not show that milk fat, per se, hastens


Coconut Oil enhances LDL Cholesterol, increasing Risk of CVDs


The demand of coconut oil rose in recent years, this has been due to its suggested health beneficiaries -- preventing heart disease, reducing belly fat, strengthening the immune syst


Plant Pigment Quercin May reduce High BP Significantly


A new paper in Nutrition Reviews observes that intake of the flavonoid quercetin can greatly lower high blood pressure in patients experiencing cardiovascular disease.



Lose of tongue fat improves sleep apnea


Tongue could be a novel target to treat the common sleep disorder.
Losing weight is an impactful treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), but why exactly this is the case ha


Drinkers of Green Tea May Live for Longer


People who adore their green tea may also enjoy longer, healthier lives, a large new study indicated.
Lovers of tea also had a slightly longer life expectancy. At age 50, they c


Drinking tea thrice a week associated to longer life expectancy


Great news for tea lovers! Researchers have observed that drinking tea at least thrice a week is associated with longer and healthier life.
As stated by study first author Xinya


Many Food Labels Now describe both which are Calories per Serving or the Whole Package?


With the launch of the new Nutrition Facts label, a variation that consumers are observing is the dual column label for some foods that can reasonably be used in one meal or snack, a


Folic acid and Zinc supplements fail to improve male fertility


Folic acid and Zinc and a pair of dietary supplements long boasted as an impactful treatment for male infertility, failed to enhance pregnancy rates, sperm counts, and sperm pot


Behavioral problems in adolescence could be contributed by low levels of vitamin D?


Most studies have committed on the potential impacts of vitamin D status in pregnancy on behavior problems of the offspring. As per some studies, the potential effects of early pregn


A diet enrich in carotenoids may assist in improving insulin sensitivity


Carotenoids are a group of pigments seen mainly in plants, some of which can be converted into retinol, also called as vitamin A.

It has been recommended that carotenoids, wh


Guidance Note on Artificial Ripening of Fruits by FSSAI


Fruit ripening is a combination of biochemical, physiological, and molecular processes which result in changes in colour, acidity, sugar content, aroma and texture. In layman’s


AHA News reports, Without Derailing Health, how to enjoy the Flavors of the Season


Keeping yourself healthy during the holidays doesn't mean you can't enjoy the celebrations and parties. Indulging yourself a little won't hurt – if you plan beforehand for meal


Poor Diet associated to Vision Loss among Elderly


A poor diet is associated to age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading source of vision loss among the elderly, as per the study advertised in the British Journal of Ophtha


Changing Frequency and Timing of Meals May Help With Diabetes


When we eat and how often we eat can make a big effect on our weight and insulin needs if we have type 2 diabetes, new research indicates.
The study observed that people who ate


Researchers found brain circuit associated to food impulsivity


This develops the possibility scientists can someday create therapeutics to resolve overeating.
Impulsivity, or responding without a thought given about the consequences of an a


AHA News reports, Longer, Healthier Life could be achieved by regular fasting


Regular fasting is linked with lower rates of heart failure and longevity, as per 2 new studies. Researchers are highlighting on the centuries-old debate about how fasting affects he


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AHA News reports,  Sweet Potato  is a Holiday Dish to Be Thankful For Yams and Sweet potatoes are a Thanksgiving dish for many families, which makes it vital to unders


Adhering to sustainable dietary practices may aid in prevention of future weight gain


Enhancing sustainability of current food systems may prohibit future health, environmental and social concerns. In addition to these positive effects, a new study advertised in The A