Resistant starch: A promising ingredient in battling malnutrition in infants

As published on NutritionInsight.com. An ingredient as simple as resistant starch could hold the answer to reducing malnutrition among infants in low-middle income countries, according to a study led by researchers at Flinders University in South Australia. Resistant starch occurs naturally in foods such as oats, maize and green bananas but can also easily be Continue reading Resistant starch: A promising ingredient in battling malnutrition in infants

“Why overcomplicate nutrition?” Huel co-founder and CEO on market potential of complete meal replacements

As published on NutritionInsight.com. “People overcomplicate nutrition; it’s not rocket science. For the lay consumer, getting your nutrition right needn’t be that hard.” This is according to nutritionist James Collier, co-founder of Huel, a meal replacement brand currently seeing huge growth in Europe and the US. Launched three years ago, the company is reportedly one the fastest Continue reading “Why overcomplicate nutrition?” Huel co-founder and CEO on market potential of complete meal replacements