Vitafoods Europe es un evento que congrega a fabricantes y distribuidores de ingredientes funcionales, fabricantes de suplementos y vendedores de suplementos dietéticos. La última edición tuvo lugar en Ginebra (Suiza) del 5 al 7 de mayo, y Vitae Naturals ha estado presente en ella una...

Nearly one-quarter of Seoul residents are vitamin E deficient, a study has revealed, providing more evidence to the argument that even apparently healthy or affluent populations cannot take adequate vitamin intake for granted. In South Korea's first report into the dietary intake and vitamin E status...

The naturally-occurring carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin can enhance visual performance among young and healthy consumers, according to new research sponsored by two nutritional manufacturers. The study, from researchers at the University of Georgia, monitored the effect of 10mg of lutein, 2mg of zeaxanthin and a placebo...

Supplements of vitamin E may reduce the risk of myocardial infarction, but the effects seem to be canceled out when given other antioxidants. Doses of vitamin E ranging from 400 to 800 IU per day were associated with a 20% reduction in myocardial infarction risk, report...

Vitae Naturals, fabricante de ingredientes naturales, prevé que su nuevo proceso de miroencapsulado esté en marcha en abril de 2015 en su fábrica de Talavera. La planta se destinará principalmente a la encapsulación de productos como omega 3 y otros ingredientes que tengan un olor...

Vitamin E deficiency may be linked to a greater risk of miscarriage among pregnant women, according to research from Bangladesh. The findings, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, suggest that improving the diet of women in impoverished nations, or encouraging intake of Vitamin E...

Long term supplementation of extremely low birth weight infants with Vitamin E may improve mental development, according to a new study from Japan. Scientists from Osaka University and Osaka Medical College report that supplementing extremely low birth weight infants for greater than six months was associated...