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TalkingNutrition

Providing perspectives on recent research into vitamins and nutritionals

    is immunization the future of Alzheimer's disease treatment

    Is immunization the future of Alzheimer’s disease treatment?

    Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, and is expected to affect 131.5 million people by 2050. With this in mind, it’s clear to see why so much research is being carried out to help prevent, treat and cure Alzheimer’s disease. 

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    Will a Multivitamin Reduce Risk of Deficiency?

    One of the reasons why I chose to study nutrition science was so that I could understand a subject that would have a direct impact on my own life. Having a healthy diet is important to me, and it has been fascinating to learn about what goes into a healthy diet and the reasoning behind the dietary recommendations. An important lesson for me has been that there are many dietary patterns associated with good health. Even so, it seems like everyone has an opinion about nutrition.

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    Food Vision Asia: Can Asia win the war on diabetes and obesity?

    The focal point of discussions at this year’s Food Vision Asia, a three-day leadership forum for Asia’s food and nutrition industry, centered around how the region is tackling the growing diabetes epidemic it is facing.

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    Air pollution: the road to Alzheimer’s disease?

    June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and in a new blog series, we will be taking a closer look at the latest science on the influence of diet on brain health and mental function. In the first of our new series, a study1 has confirmed there is a direct link between air pollution and Alzheimer’s disease, concluding that people living near a main road may be more at risk of developing dementia. This supports the observations of a wide range of previous studies that also highlighted the negative impact of air pollution on brain health.23

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    WORLD HEALTH DAY

    Under pressure: preventing hypertension with nutrients

    The World Health Organization (WHO) rates hypertension as one of the most important causes of premature death worldwide, with an estimated 1.56 billion adults predicted to have high blood pressure by 2025. World Hypertension Day on May 17 aims to raise awareness of the condition, and how it can be prevented and controlled. Among other approaches, such as exercise, research has shown that nutrients, including omega-3s eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), vitamin C, vitamin D and Fruitflow® can positively affect blood pressure.

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