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Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: A closer look at protein’s rise to popularity and where it is headed

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: A closer look at protein’s rise to popularity and where it is headed

Americans’ love affair with protein shows no signs of cooling in the coming years with a compound annual growth rate projected at a steady 5.6% for the next three years, bringing sales to a predicted $39.08 billion, according to Markets and Markets research. 

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Separating fact from fiction with probiotics

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Separating fact from fiction when formulating with probiotics

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: 5 trends driving growth in natural & organic

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: 5 trends driving growth in natural & organic

"Talking about these things there are always questions that start to come into your head as a woman like: ‘Is this normal?’" © iStock.com

Overcoming the taboo of vaginal health – the next frontier of probiotics

Could lab-grown meat provide one solution? Or is its commercialisation too far off?

Lab meat, plant proteins and insects: Which alternative proteins will feed the world?

‘Community kitchens’ are delivering real benefits in African nations

African probiotic project reaching 10,000 infants a day

"It’s very hard to have too much omega-3," said professor Calder.

UK researcher backs supplements for boosting omega-3 intakes

Nascent brands need to assess category size, their own uniqueness, funding, management and distribution, James Tonkin from Healthy Brand Builders warns. Otherwise it's an uphill struggle...(Jaume Escofet/Flickr)

‘You think Red Bull’s just gonna roll over? It’s not gonna happen!’ Expert warns wannabes

“Perhaps we don’t have to worry too much about athletes drinking coffee if they are regular coffee drinkers, as the chances of it having a detrimental effect on their fluid balance is actually very small," said Sophie Killer, a doctoral researcher at Loughborough University.

Coffee may hydrate athletes just like water: Researcher

Traditionally athletes were told to take caffeine before exercising, but new evidence shows brain is more susceptible to caffeine when fatigued, says sports performance nutritionist.

Caffeine taken during training and even in small doses may boost sports performance: Researcher

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