A new study found an association, but not causality. It was not a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, and some of the more popular ingredients alleged have actually been shown to have anti-cancer benefits.
A study at Oregon State University indicates that compared to a normal diet, both high-fat and high-sugar diets cause changes in gut bacteria that appear related to a significant loss of cognitive flexibility, or the power to adapt and adjust to changing situations....More
Based on an international survey conducted in the United States, Mexico, Argentina, France and Australia, DSM Global Insights has found that almost two-thirds of consumers are concerned about excess sugar. But the way respondents say they opt to reduce their intake of sweetened products varies dramatically, having far-reaching implications for future product development....More
As Wall Street takes note of the impact of animal agriculture on our world, our waistlines and our wallets, the future of business lies in plants, writes David Benzaquen, a former natural products broker and founder of PlantBased Solutions....More