Korean scientists have discovered a small molecule that destroys the protein plaques that build up in the brain of those in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
Moderate drinking could reduce the risk of death for people with early stage Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal.
A specialist group formed to combat obesity has been binned after it was forced to return a huge chunk of funding to Coca-Cola amid allegations of industry-biased science.
Including a glass of grape juice in the daily diet may boost memory function and performance particularly for those who lead a stressful lifestyle such as working mothers, suggests a...
Having more energy for exercise may be as simple as adding sugar to a drink, according to a recent study.
For startup Tru, Inc., a successful Kickstarter campaign is about more than raising funds to launch its TRUEnergy sports shot – it is about proving to retailers and future investors...
The bright blue color of smart-chimp’s water – created by the inclusion of spirulina extract – keeps the beverage in consumers’ minds long after the last sip, according to the...
Low energy sweeteners commonly used in diet sodas may help with weight loss, says a University of Bristol study, adding that confusion among consumers between sweeteners and sugar needs to be...
Mighty Squirrel – a US beer brand which boasts 5g of protein per serve - is expanding distribution this month: enthused by the response to its launch in Boston.
Coffee drinkers may be less likely to suffer from some illnesses and premature death, according to a recent study from Harvard.
Swedish company Probi has put its full weight behind a new probiotic product targeting iron absorption with a health claim application and the publication of promising study results.
A vote this week from the Council of the EU means the updated novel food regulation will soon be written into EU law books.
While many people have snacks, sugar and sodas pinned as the bad guys in the war against obesity, one recent study found little to no correlation between consumption of junk...
Making the leap from small scale brewing to a successful brewing business is often easier said than done: with the technical know-how and right equipment crucial for success, says brewing...
A new device has been created that will allow people to brew their own craft brews at home.
Press’d – an Arabica coffee liquid concentrate in a pocket-sized squeezable bottle – says it sees a gap in the market for a better quality convenience option.
Laser mapping data can help the English wine industry identify the best places to grow grapes, says a UK government department, as it releases the data to the public.
Sensory properties, packaging, and even the context (whether beer is drunk at home or in a bar) can all influence emotional responses to beer, say researchers.
The baking and snacks industry must explore innovations in grains to meet the challenges of a growing population, according to PepsiCo's global R&D head.
Consumption of nitrate-rich beetroot juice may restore reduced blood vessel function in healthy subjects at altitude, researchers have said.
Consumer trends are actively changing how food items are packaged, according to a report released at this year’s Pack Expo Las Vegas and Pharma Expo 2015.
The UK government is calling on businesses, scientists and agricultural producers to submit their proposals for salt, sugar, fat and fibre reformulation with the chance to win up to €13.5 m in...
Consumers end up eating for much longer stretches of the day than they had anticipated with over half of adults eating over a 15-hour span daily, says new research.
A study, published in the Journal of Environmental Health this month, tested 65 wines from California, Washington, New York and Oregon in an effort to quantify arsenic levels in wine.
Coffee does not cause atrial fibrillation, a kind of irregular heartbeat, according to research from a Swedish university.