Leading experts on infectious disease and urinary tract infections (UTIs) will gather in London to discuss the alarming state of antibiotic resistance, and to present findings from a landmark study that conclusively shows that cranberries can be a nutritional approach to reducing symptomatic UTIs.
With populations ageing in virtually every nation across the globe, consumer demand for solutions that can tackle age-related conditions such as sarcopenia (muscle loss) is growing at an impressive rate.
Globally, the number of people aged 60 and older is growing faster than any other age group. It is estimated that by 2050, more than one in five people will be at least 60 years old.
The sports & fitness nutrition market is expected to reach US 67 billion by 2017. In this White Paper, Ganeden unpacks research which demonstrates its GanedenBC30 probiotic (Bacillus coagulants GBI-30, 6086) supports protein absorption.
How and what people choose to eat is influenced by trends happening all over the world today: a growing awareness of well-being, changing family structures, and the scarcity of time. As people’s lives become increasingly busier, they have limited time to prepare regularly scheduled meals. This shift has led to eating habits evolving, with snacking becoming a way to eat for many – be it for fuel, a nutritional boost, and midday hunger relief or simply for a sweet treat to enjoy.