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Growth Failure in Preterm Infants tied to Altered Gut Bacteria

Distinct microbiome features might point to new ways to predict, prevent and treat growth failure …Read more

Study Suggests Possible Link Between Sugary Drinks and Cancer

A study published by The BMJ reports a possible association between higher consumption of sugary …Read more

Bone Health not Improved by Increasing Protein Intake in Healthy Adults

Increasing protein intake beyond official recommendations has little to no benefit for bone health in …Read more

New Guidelines to Help People with Cancer to Eat Well

Leading cancer charities, Penny Brohn UK and Macmillan Cancer Support have teamed up, along with …Read more

Yogurt May Help to Lower Pre-cancerous Bowel Growth Risk in Men

Observed association strongest for growths highly likely to become cancerous
Eating two or more weekly …Read more

New Standards Raise the Bar for IBD Care

Crohn’s & Colitis UK and IBD UK campaign to promote better care for everyone …Read more

Baby Food Industry Needs Better Products and Clearer Labelling

Public Health England (PHE) publishes an evidence review of commercially available baby foods and drinks …Read more

Adequate Protein Intake Associates with Lower Risk of Frailty

Adequate intake of protein is associated with a reduced risk of frailty and prefrailty in …Read more

Ensure Plus Advance – Proven to Protect and Preserve Muscle Mass and Muscle Function in Older Adults

As we age, higher intakes of protein and vitamin D are recommended to maintain …Read more

When it Comes to Food, One Size Doesn’t Fit All!

World’s largest scientific nutrition research project reveals even identical twins have different responses to food.
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