Connecticut-based NutriScience Innovations has launched a new spray-dried version of lactoferrin for supplements, foods and beverages.
The quest to halt cognitive decline as a feature of ageing has become an intense area of research in recent years, and polyphenols can deliver much.
Experts from GOED, NBTY, Wiley’s Finest, Cornell University, and will discuss the market forces, science, supply chain, and future opportunities in omega-3s in a FREE forum hosted by NutraIngredients-USA.
A pair of entrepreneurs are pushing the delivery mode envelope with a new vitamin product meant to be inhaled. Called Vitamin Vapor, the new product features a suite of B vitamins.
Thorne Research and ChromaDex Corp. are partnering in a research effort with the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota Clinical and Translational Science Institute on a planned study to assess the effect of nicotinamide riboside (NR) on brain NAD+ in college football players.
A recent Harvard publication blasting supplements as ‘suspect’ and ‘useless’ was criticized by industry observers as ‘unbalanced’ and even ‘embarrassing.’
As knowledge of the gut and brain relationship develops, the use of probiotics and prebiotics could open up new ways to shape mood and well-being, according to a prominent nutrition coach.
Are natural retail buyers bored with fish oil? Can concentrates, convenience, combination products, and third generation forms re-engage them?
Sustainability has been a constant concern within the omega-3s industry. While questions remain, the general consensus is that the fisheries that supply most of the world’s servings of long chain fatty acids are in good condition and are well managed.
A new study shows a curcumin/fenugreek combination boosted the quality of life index in a study population suffering from work-related stress.
Nervacore is the new nootropic on the block, launching last year amid criticism of the cognitive performance enhancing category at large.
We continue our coverage of some of the standout studies presented at Experimental Biology 2016 in San Diego. So what did we learn about lutein and cognition, omega-3s and cardiometabolic risk, or mistletoe and muscle loss?
Polyphenols from berries may offer significant benefits for learning and memory associated with age-related cognitive decline, according to two new papers from France.
Supplements of omega-3s during pregnancy or infancy do improve child neurodevelopment, says a meta-analysis of 15 gold standard randomized controlled trials.
Altering the gut microbiome has been shown to reduce erosion of nerve cell protection in the brains of mice in an Irish study.
Data from randomized-controlled trial supports a modest homocysteine-lowering effect for omega-3 fatty acids, says a new meta-analysis from Deakin University in Australia.
Supplements of the polyphenol were found to increase blood flow in the brains of people with type 2 diabetes, a population known to be at increased risk of cognitive decline because of microvascular dysfunction.
After establishing itself as the number one herb, turmeric/curcumin is increasingly moving into functional beverages.
Sales of Ashwagandha are booming as the pressures of modern life push consumers to seek out natural solutions to problems like stress, leading suppliers tell NutraIngredients-USA. But what’s next for this Ayurvedic herb?
Disillusionment with allopathic medicine among Americans is driving interest in Ayurveda and other herbal supplements, says Amy Keller, Director of Education and Training at Organic India.
AKAY, an innovative ingredient manufacturer who is always dedicated to produce quality extracts with a difference, showcases a...
Transparency could be the solution to many of the industry’s woes, according to leading industry figures. Whether it relates to the su...