FDA Extends Compliance Date for Menu-Labeling Rule

Last month, the FDA extended the compliance date for its controversial menu-labeling rule from Dec. 1, 2015 to Dec. 1, 2016. The new requirements apply to restaurants and similar retail… Read More

FDA Extends Compliance Date for Menu Labeling

Last month, the FDA extended the compliance date for its controversial menu-labeling rule from Dec. 1, 2015 to Dec. 1, 2016. The new requirements apply to restaurants and similar retail… Read More

“Outsmart the Holiday Weight Gain! (Stress Less, Weigh Less & Live More)” Presented by Rupina Meer

Zintro Webinar Presented by Rupina Meer, Holistic Nutritionist, CEO & Founder, Zen-trition. Presenter’s Note: “The Holidays are a wonderful period of celebration, family and gratitude. But there’s something about cold, dark… Read More

CDC Study Finds Abdominal Obesity Increasing in Americans: Part 2

In Part 1 of this two-part series, Zintro experts responded to the study by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that… Read More

US CDC: Children Eat Too Much Salt

A report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that just 10 foods account for almost half the sodium children consume. Dietary guidelines recommend that children ages… Read More

Looking for Ways to Decrease Senior Readmissions Under ACA

Leading researchers at the University of Southern California, Stanford University, The Harris School at The University of Chicago and Precision Health Economics, recently studied the relationship between the use of… Read More

Zintro’s Public Health Professionals share their high priority concerns for 2013

We asked public health professionals from around the globe to offer up their most pressing public health issues. Many responded with incredible depth and insight on a variety of issues…. Read More

Can We Really Control Our Eating Behavior?

IntraPace has designed a novel obesity intervention system, with a half-inch, battery-powered implant called Abiliti, which sends low-energy electrical pulses to the stomach and signals to the brain to create… Read More

Obesity epidemic in the US: Many factors, many issues

One third of Americans are overweight and nearly a third of people under 20 are obese. We asked our Zintro experts to discuss the current leading ideas, approaches, or policies… Read More

Cutting red meat out of the diet: Part 2

Recent studies from the Harvard School of Public Health say that eating red meat may shorten a person’s lifespan. It says that cutting back on red meat by one serving… Read More

Cutting red meat out of the diet: Part 1

Recent studies from the Harvard School of Public Health say that eating red meat may shorten a person’s lifespan. It says that cutting back on red meat by one serving… Read More

Top five food science trends for 2012

We polled our Zintro experts to give us the top five trends in food science for 2012. Here’s what they predict. Ashok Dhruv, an expert in the engineering of food,… Read More

The benefits of gut bacteria: Part 3

Recent articles in science magazines extol the benefits of bacteria in the gut. Most recently, that gut bacteria affect mood and behavior. We wanted to know how this research affects… Read More

The benefits of gut bacteria: Part 2

Recent articles in science magazines extol the benefits of bacteria in the gut. Most recently, that gut bacteria affect mood and behavior. We wanted to know how this research affects… Read More

The benefits of gut bacteria

Recent articles in science magazines extol the benefits of bacteria in the gut. Most recently, that gut bacteria affect mood and behavior. We wanted to know how this research affects… Read More

Nutraceuticals at the next level

–  Maureen Aylward Zintro experts were pretty straightforward when it came to answering the question: What is needed to bring the nutraceutical industry to the next level? Their answers are… Read More