Are Rebiana-based sweeteners the wave of the future? According to a recent study, 25 percent of food industry insiders believe that Rebiana-based sweeteners will have a significant impact on new product formulation ...


Are Rebiana-based sweeteners the wave of the future? According to a recent study, 25 percent of food industry insiders believe that Rebiana-based sweeteners will have a significant impact on new product formulation, 50 percent said it will have a moderate effect and 25 percent said it will have no impact. Seventy-one percent said that the beverage industry will be most affected by Rebiana-based sweeteners, followed by bakery/snack/candy (20 percent) and prepared foods (5 percent).
Source: Clear Seas Research – CLEARPulse survey, January 2009.

Do multivitamins - taken in pill form - have any effect on improving health and preventing disease? According to a recent study tracking more than 161,000 post-menopausal women, multivitamin pill consumption had no effect on risk for cancer, cardiovascular disease or death.
Source: Archives of Internal Medicine

Researchers at University of Muenster in Germany have discovered yet another benefit of eating less and sticking to a diet. Overweight adults who cut their food intake by one-third per day performed better on memory and cognitive skills tests, according to the German study. The scientists noted that those who restricted their food intake the most exhibited the most striking improvement.
Source: The Sydney Morning Herald