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Anlit - Supplements & More
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Anlit is an innovative leader developing a wide range tasty dietary supplements targeted for children.
Anlit is an innovative leader developing a wide range tasty dietary supplements targeted for children.

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Japan’s innovative but restricted €25bn functional foods and food supplements sector is about to be handed a set of game-changing marketing keys by the government according to NutraIngredients.com http://ow.ly/D3W1j
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Recent research shows that at least 98% of consumers have now heard of omega-3 oils and an increasing number are more likely to purchase products containing ALA, EPA or DHA omega-3 oils http://ow.ly/D3QXg
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Yogurt containing probiotic bacteria successfully protected children and pregnant women against heavy metal exposure in a recent study. http://ow.ly/D3Ogq
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Recent review suggests that greater fortification of foods and supplementation can help tackle vitamin D deficiencies that remain prevalent across Europe: http://ow.ly/D3MMZ
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A team of Canadian researchers hopes to find out whether probiotics might help ease ADHD symptoms in schoolchildren: http://ow.ly/D3LNh
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While most people are aware of the importance of vitamin D, an increasing number of studies demonstrate the importance of magnesium for vitamin D metabolism. http://ow.ly/D3Iw9
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In its latest work on dietary reference values (DRVs), EFSA has set population reference intakes (PRIs) for zinc and Adequate Intakes (AIs) for selenium, but advised that setting similar levels for chromium was not warranted. http://ow.ly/CZ09O
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According to a new study published in Nature, diet may fuel or dampen susceptibility to autoinflammatory bone disease by changing the intestinal bacteria balance: http://ow.ly/Ddswr
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A new study demonstrates that vitamin D supplementation improves winter-related atopic dermatitis in children at risk of vitamin D deficiency and could provide a safe alternative to UV light treatment. http://ow.ly/CYYvc
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