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Prenatal Health: Essential Nutrients for Moms-To-Be
By Michele McRae, CN, Senior Director, Formulation, Research & Quality, Rainbow Light
Published August 18, 2014
Women can keep their babies healthy through diet, prenatal vitamins or a combination of both. Read More »
Published August 14, 2014
Prospective study among postmenopausal women led by University of Cincinnati (UC) epidemiologists. Read More »
Published August 1, 2014
Abbott, Abbott Park, IL, the makers of Similac, studied the diets of more than 80 lactating women to assess how their nutritional intake compared to dietary recommendations. The research found few lactating women consistently consume enough key nutri… Read More »
Published July 31, 2014
Study finds switching to soy from a Western diet after menopause only helps if there is minimal atherosclerosis present. Read More »
Published July 30, 2014
The trial found no increased risk of coronary heart disease or all-cause mortality in post-menopausal women supplementing with calcium and vitamin D. Read More »
Slideshow: 8 Ways Zinc Affects the Human Body
Published July 21, 2014
Zinc is one of the most important essential trace metals. Read More »
Published July 21, 2014
Data presented at April’s Experimental Biology 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting showed that KoACT, a dietary supplement that combines a proprietary formulation of calcium and collagen, is optimal for bone strength and flexibility in post-menopaus… Read More »
How to Give Women What They Really Want
By Anne Poulsen, Business Development Manager, Arla Foods Ingredients
Published July 14, 2014
Protein products aimed at women should speak to their specific health and nutrition concerns. Read More »
Published July 9, 2014
Tokyo-based Morinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd., the second largest dairy product company in Japan, has discovered differences in potential capabilities between bifidobacteria residing in the human intestinal tract (Human Residential Bifidobacteria… Read More »
Published July 3, 2014
Approximately 7% of all pregnancies in the U.S. are affected by gestational diabetes mellitus. Read More »
Methylation: The Fountain of  Youth?
By Marsha McCulloch, MS, RD, In The Aisles
Published July 1, 2014
Although many factors impact disease risk, a growing body of research and clinical experience suggests genetically-targeted nutritional supplementation may have far-reaching health benefits. Read More »
Botanical Boom
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published July 1, 2014
Roots run deep for consumer interest in herbal products. Read More »
Magnesium Could Strengthen Bones & Healthcare Savings
Published June 17, 2014
U.S. women 55+ taking 100 mg of magnesium daily could reduce the risk of having an osteoporosis-related medical event, leading to healthcare savings. Read More »
Published June 11, 2014
The two agencies suggest pregnant and breastfeeding women, those who might become pregnant, and young children eat more fish low in mercury to gain developmental and health benefits. Read More »
Published June 10, 2014
Prospective cohort counters studies from a research group in New Zealand that suggested calcium supplements may be associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk. Read More »
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