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37 minutes | Nov 5, 2021
LISTEN: Uncover vast potential of integrative medicine by improving trials, quality control of herbal formulas – TCM expert Prof Aiping Lyu
Integrative medicine offers vast opportunities to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients, but more randomised clinical trials, better quality control, and clearer health indications are required, according to veteran TCM researcher Professor Aiping Lyu.
40 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
LISTEN: Why the power of food tech needs to be directed to nutrition - Alchemy Foodtech’s Chief Food Fighter
There are huge opportunities to use the power of food tech to improve nutritional outcomes across a range of health states, spanning metabolic, bone and eye health, in addition to its current focus on alternative proteins, according to Alchemy Foodtech’s Chief Food Fighter.
30 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
LISTEN: More Japanese companies adopting chrono-nutrition concept in NPD – Prof Shigenobu Shibata
The concept of chrono-nutrition is gaining traction amongst companies in Japan, with our guest on the latest Nutrachampion podcast developing such products with the industry.
33 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
LISTEN: Philippines taps nutrigenomics to address persistent stunting, malnutrition – New DOST-FNRI chief
The Philippines will tap on cutting edge technologies including nutrigenomics and metabolomics to develop nutritional strategies to address the persistent issues of stunting and malnutrition in the country.
23 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
LISTEN: Gut microbiome, elderly, and HIV - Prof Balamurugan Ramadass on studying ‘overlooked’ populations at new India research centre
Indian researcher Professor Balamurugan Ramadass has detailed how he plans to build on his studies of the gut microbiome and malnutrition in overlooked populations, specifically the elderly and HIV positive patients, through a newly established research centre.
25 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Listen – ‘Evidence-based priority’: Dr Janet Schloss’ cancer nutrition mission to combat misleading claims
Consumers suffering from chronic diseases or cancer could be vulnerable to the empty promises and misleading health claims, which is why Dr Janet Schloss, the latest guest on our NutraChampion podcast, has made it her mission to drive an evidence-based approach to nutrition.
22 minutes | May 7, 2021
LISTEN: Causing a buzz: Prof Ken Nosaka on muscle cramp benefits in athletes, elderly, and pregnant women
The supplementation of electrolytes could potentially reduce the incidence of muscle cramps due to different factors, including exercise, ageing, and pregnancy, according to the latest guest on our NutraChampion podcast, Professor Ken Nosaka.
20 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
LISTEN: Prof Dr Anoop Misra on high blood glucose, its effects on COVID-19 risks, and useful functional foods
Pre-diabetes and diabetes are factors which could increase the risk of COVID-19 infections and mortality, and therefore the consumption of certain functional foods could be beneficial, says the guest who stars in the 17th episode of Nutra Champion podcast.
24 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
LISTEN: Treat vitamin D deficiency in COVID-19 patients before assessing benefits of mega-dose – Prof Rachel Neale
Giving huge doses of vitamin D to treat COVID-19 patients has been the protocol in certain parts of the world, but the more urgent need could be addressing underlining deficiency, says the guest who stars in the 16th episode of our NutraChampion podcast.
22 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
LISTEN: Complementary medicine and chronic disease management is “where the research opportunities lie” – Prof Alan Bensoussan
New regulations in Australia is making research on the role of complementary medicine, including Chinese medicine, to manage chronic diseases more attractive, according to a prominent researcher who stars in the 15th episode of our NutraChampion podcast.
18 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
LISTEN: Developing functional foods important in the fight against COVID-19 – Philippines’ ex-nutrition policymaker
Developing functional foods that deliver health benefits to support the population’s immune and nutrition status is important in the battle against COVID-19, says an ex-policy expert from the Philippines.
19 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
LISTEN: From rejection to cooperation - How psychobiotics have come a long way according to Bened’s Prof Ying-Chieh Tsai
The gut-brain axis is a hot topic amongst scientists, doctors, and dietary supplement businesses today, but this was not the case just five years ago, where the idea of using probiotics to address mental and cognitive health issues was met with much scepticism.
30 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
LISTEN: ‘We must always keep ahead’ – NutraChampion winner Prof Khalid Abdul Kadir on why doctors should also be researchers
A specialist doctor should also be an active clinical researcher in order to stay on top of the latest innovations and understanding, says the winner of NutraIngredients-Asia awards’ NutraChampion title.
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