Personalized Nutrition | Cleaner Palm Oil | Fight Depression with Omegas | Holiday Sale

View Online “image" December 4, 2016 3 companies expand on personalized nutrition Thanks to advances in bioscience and information technology, an aging “Me” generation is morphing into the “Inside Me” generation. Affordable and available genetics, biochemical and microbiome testing offer an evolving glimpse into what defines health and wellness. And baby boomers, obsessed with aging optimally (if they have to do it at all), aren’t the only market for such offerings. Millennials, raised with a chronic awareness of metrics—from standardized tests to website hits and Facebook followers—approach health and wellness predisposed to seek measurable outcomes of lifestyle and nutrition choices. Read More Q&A Palm oil cleans up With a long history in natural and organic products, including being CEO and president of Spectrum Naturals, Neil Blomquist can talk about supply chains across a variety of categories. Right now, he is focusing on the palm oil industry and a supply chain famously fraught with problems both environmental and economic. Working with Natural Habitats to convert palm plantations to organic and regenerative agriculture, Blomquist’s Palm Done Right program intends to upend the palm oil equation to promote better practices, a cleaner supply chain and a greater awareness of the health benefits of palm oil. Read More Store NBJ’s Holiday Sale starts this week Check your inbox this week for more information on NBJ’s Holiday sale! With the best discounts all year on some of our most-read content, this is the event you do not want to miss. Learn More Article More science backs omegas to fight depression New research supports the ability of omega-3s to fight depression—and to do it as well as antidepressants. A recent meta-analysis published in Translational Psychiatry supports the link between consuming EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids and a reduction in major depressive disorder. The review included 13 studies with 1,233 subjects. The researchers found the effect of the omegas to be greater in studies supplementing higher doses of EPA and performed with patients who were already taking antidepressants, according to a release about the work from the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s. Learn More “New Hope Natural Media" To unsubscribe from this newsletter, click Unsubscribe You are subscribed to this newsletter as Manage your newsletter subscriptions by visiting the Newsletter Preference Center . Questions or problems? Contact Customer Service> New Hope Network | Penton | 1166 Avenue of the Americas, 10th Floor | New York, NY 10036 | Privacy Policy Copyright 2016, Penton. All rights reserved.