The benefits of conventionally grown produce over organic foods was
the focus of a recent debate between food technologists with
scientists warning it is too early to reach conclusions, despite
new research that suggests some organic...
Regular cups of coffee could upset the body's ability to metabolise
sugar in consumers with the increasingly common medical condition
type 2 diabetes, suggest scientists, marking new market
opportunities for decaffeinated coffee...
Food manufacturers might wish to include green leafy vegetables in
their new product formulations as new research reveals women who
eat healthy amounts of spinach and broccoli could be helping to
delay the onset of dementia in later...
Opening up new opportunities for functional foods, a powerful
cancer-fighting food compound found in broccoli could also boost
the eyes, find researchers in the US. The naturally-occurring
antioxidant sulforaphane protects the retina...
Welcomed by sweetener suppliers, scientists at the world's biggest
food ingredients exhibition claim this week that there is no
credible evidence to 'single out' the common sweetener high
fructose corn syrup (HFCS)...
Food manufacturers will have to watch the seafood content of food
products as new findings show that allergies to seafood and fish
are much more prevalent than once thought, with more than 6.5
million Americans believed to be affected.
Progress towards tackling the obesity epidemic could come from a
new study which has found that a compound commonly found in red
wine boosts the activity of an identified gene which cuts the
growth of new fat cells.
Initiatives by food makers to push food products that can tap into
the growing health concerns from consumers have found support from
a new study that backs ongoing research to suggest a healthier diet
and lifestyle can potentially...
People who eat fish regularly several times a week are
significantly less likely to get cancers of the lymph and
hematopoietic system, which include leukaemia, non-Hodgkin's
lymphoma, and myeloma, suggests a recent study.