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Clinical trial with BugSpeaks, gut microbiome profiling kit, shows improved blood glucose

Clinical trial with BugSpeaks, gut microbiome profiling kit, shows improved blood glucose

The study included Indians in the age range of 42-65 years with hyperglycaemia and hyperlipidemia A first-of-its-kind clinical trial in India shows remarkable results for people with diabetes. The trial was conducted using BugSpeaks, a

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The Good Food Institute India unveils insights on India’s smart protein sector

The Good Food Institute India unveils insights on India’s smart protein sector

The study shows 30% familiarity with plant-based meat and 50% with plant-based dairy among Indian consumers The Good Food Institute India (GFI India), the central expert organisation, thought leader, and convening body in the alternative

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Majority in India crave more flavour adventure in sweet bakery category: Study

Majority in India crave more flavour adventure in sweet bakery category: Study

India is lagging in seasonal sweet bakery product innovation New research from Mintel shows that Indian consumers are yearning for a heightened level of flavour adventure from sweet bakery products, with 70% of consumers agreeing that

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Anti-oxidants with micronutrients bring improvement in male-fertility: Study

Anti-oxidants with micronutrients bring improvement in male-fertility: Study

This study is a big boost for use of nutraceuticals in treating male infertility A study by Meyer Vitabiotics, an Indian arm of UK’s vitamin company Vitabiotics, has revealed that a combination of anti-oxidant micronutrients

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Taking vitamin D could help prevent dementia: Study

Taking vitamin D could help prevent dementia: Study

Taking vitamin D supplements may help ward off dementia, according to a new, large-scale study Researchers at the University of Calgary's Hotchkiss Brain Institute in Canada and the University of Exeter in the UK explored

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Coffee with milk may have an anti-inflammatory effect: Study

Coffee with milk may have an anti-inflammatory effect: Study

Polyphenols are a group of naturally occurring antioxidants important for humans, protecting them from damage or destruction Can something as simple as a cup of coffee with milk have an anti-inflammatory effect in humans? Apparently

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FSSAI picks LabelBlind to study baseline nutrition values of packed food products

FSSAI picks LabelBlind to study baseline nutrition values of packed food products

To provide data intelligence & insights for the draft regulation on India’s 1st Front of Pack Labelling of packaged food products with Nutrition Star Ratings Looking at the importance and increased need for front-of-pack-labelling (FoPL)

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Study links consumption of fast food to liver disease

Study links consumption of fast food to liver disease

Risk of liver damage is highest for those with obesity or diabetes A recent study from the US is giving people extra motivation to reduce fast-food consumption. The study found that eating fast food is associated

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Time-restricted eating reshapes gene expression and helps fight cancer, diabetes: Study

Time-restricted eating reshapes gene expression and helps fight cancer, diabetes: Study

Time-restricted eating has shown potential benefits including diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and cancer Numerous studies have shown health benefits of time-restricted eating including increase in life span in laboratory studies, making practices like intermittent fasting

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External use of polyherbal oils effective in treating Post-COVID lung infections: Study

External use of polyherbal oils effective in treating Post-COVID lung infections: Study

Polyherbal oil having properties of inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 can prove to be a promising therapeutic approach against COVID-19 A study conducted on golden Syrian hamsters has revealed that the external use of polyherbal oils is effective in fighting the