Chuck Bednar for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Obese children may crave more sugar than other children, according to new research that demonstrates that the reward centers of their brains are stimulated more intensely when exposed to...
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The taste of common sugar substitutes is often described as being much more intense than sugar, but participants in a recent study indicated that these non-nutritive sugar substitutes are no sweeter than the real thing
ChinaMarketResearchReports.com adds Latest Report on "Global and China Sugar Industry Report, 2014-2017" to its store. DALLAS, Sept.
Healthy Grid recently announced the premier of their new tooth-friendly candy made from the sugar substitute Xylitol.
The report also estimates the market size of carbohydrase, based on application, type, and sources in the key markets: North America, Europe, APAC, and Rest of the World (ROW).
Europe Sugar Substitutes Market report provides market estimates and forecasts, competitive landscape, main players in each segment, their strategic directives.
A new Cornell University study published in Food Quality and Preference, investigated who might be most prone to food fears, why, and what can they do to correct misperceptions.
A new study by the Childhood Obesity Research Center (CORC) at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California has discovered that soda drinkers are consuming much more high fructose corn syrup than soda labels imply.
This report highlights the major functions of carbohydrases in the industries such as food, beverage, animal feed, pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, textile and leather, bio-fuel, grain processing,
DALLAS, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The new report "Carbohydrase Market by Applications (Food & Beverage, Animal Feed, Pharmaceuticals and Others), by Type (Amylases,
Nation's Leading Medical/Nutritional Experts Provide Scientific Evidence on the Various Effects of Consuming Caloric Sweeteners SHREWSBURY, Mass., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new textbook,
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