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Vegetarian and Vegan Trends Pushing More People Into Deficiency Risk

NEW RESEARCH FROM HSIS REVEALS LACK OF DIET KNOWLEDGE LEADING TO SERIOUS NUTRIENT GAPS AND RISK OF POOR HEALTH A new survey[1] commissioned by the Health and Food Supplements Information Service (HSIS) has highlighted worrying gaps in knowledge leading to an enhanced risk of nutritional deficiencies. The OnePoll survey interviewed 1000 vegetarian and vegan adults … Continued

Taking probiotics during pregnancy linked with reduced risk of pre-eclampsia & premature birth

A new study, published in the open British Medical Journal[1], has found that pregnant women consuming probiotics in early and late pregnancy had a lower risk of premature births and developing pre-eclampsia. The research was part of the Norwegian Mother and Child (MoBa) study.  This study followed 70,000 pregnancies where mums-to-be provided dietary, lifestyle and … Continued

E-briefing: sorting fact from fiction on vitamin and mineral supplementation

The report “Towards a Healthier Britain” found evidence that vitamin and mineral supplements boost intakes and increase blood levels of these essential nutrients; fewer people taking multivitamin and mineral supplements have intakes below recommendations. In response to a Which? report published on 22nd August on vitamin and mineral food supplement regulation and claims, this e-briefing from … Continued

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