News Focus - June 2021
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Increase your fibre intake to eat 30g a day with these high-fibre meal ideas
In the UK, the average fibre intake for adults is just 18g per day, only 60% of the recommended intake of 30g. This article explains the importance of fibre and our health, and how to hit your daily fibre goal.
Highest omega-3 levels cut death risk by 13%, research shows
Want to live longer? Increase your blood levels of omega-3s, a new review of data from trials involving thousands of subjects shows.
Best supplements for fatigue: Three tablets that can help to support energy levels
If fatigue is leaving you flat this informative piece will give you dietary suggestions for supporting energy levels, and highlight specific nutrients.
Is ‘hybrid working’ the answer to better mental health post-pandemic?
Mental health has been catapulted into the foreground this past year, about time we hear you say! The impact of past ways of working is now up for discussion too. This editorial shines a light on the middle ground between working from home and the office, and why this hybrid solution may help mental wellbeing.
Nutrition and the immune function: Sorting fact from fiction
Below-recommended intakes of nutrients involved in our immune functions are very common among many people, whatever their age in the UK. This article gives sound opinion on the importance of key nutrients and a health immune system.
People with genetic predisposition to heart disease may benefit from omega-3 biomarker: Study
Researchers in the UK have found that genetic risk of cardiovascular disease may be due to low levels of a biomarker found in fish oils.
The hidden nutrition shortfalls putting young health at risk
This report reveals low dietary intakes of key nutrients in young people, especially women and girls, diets it seems, are getting worse. Take a look at the poll results and which nutrients are in the spotlight.
How the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew authenticates plant material for Nature’s Best
Exciting news! Nature’s Best are proud to announce a selection of herbal products have been given the Kew stamp of approval. Read all about the authentication process from Sandra Botterall, Director of Marketing and Commercial Enterprise at Kew.
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