Personalized Nutrition

What will be the new norm in supplement branding? Nutri-Rich offers a hint

Branding: Nutri-Rich transforms from mom-and-pop to minimalist

Nutri-Rich’s major rebranding effort—from packaging to formulation to transparency measures—gives hints to the future new norms of the nutraceutical industry.

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FOODVISION: DNA testing just ‘one part of the jigsaw’

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Herbal supplements all too often ignore underlying principles, experts say

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Day Two link with Johnson & Johnson on personalised microbiome analysis for diabetes nutrition

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Heart health benefits of pomegranate may be personal: Study

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What’s on NutraIngredients-USA's 2017 Editorial Calendar?

DNAFit: 'We report on 45-50 of the most researched gene variants that have a link to exercise or nutrition response.'

Personalised sports nutrition gains another player

“Our goal is to deliver personalized, actionable, evidence-based recommendations at a reasonable price" - Dr Erika Gray, PharmD, founder and chief medical officer

Toolbox Genomics secures funding, to start beta testing

Through Care/of, consumers can get a pouch of supplements recommended to them based on a questionnaire response, and each pouch has the user's name printed on it.

Riding on personalized nutrition wave, Care/of co-founders want to streamline the supplement shopping experience

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Dr David Katz: ‘Lifestyle is the most potent medicine we have’

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