The potential health benefits of North American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) and its unique nutrition profile extend beyond reducing the risk of urinary tract infections to include multiples heart health activities and temper inflammation, says a new review.
Daily supplements containing resveratrol may reduce the production of compounds responsible for the build-up of cholesterol in the body of overweight and obese people, says a new study.
Punicalagins from pomegranate may offer benefits for joint and skin health by inhibiting the activity of enzymes that break collagen, according to data from cell and animal studies.
A new science developing around phytonutrients is opening the doors of an entirely new domain, but understanding how to use the information and combining this with ethical cultivation will have to go hand in hand for successful commercialization, says the Botanical Explorer.
Botanical players who are serious about providing good quality products must take more care of their supply chain in order to increase sustainability and build quality, says Professor Monique Simmonds, OBE.
Evidence from randomized control trials supports a role for tea and tea compounds – specifically L-theanine and caffeine – to benefit mood and performance, says a review from Unilever.
With the world’s largest natural products supply show less than three weeks away, NutraIngredients-USA trawls through the education program and gives you our top picks for Las Vegas.
Much more than just a single category, the weight loss market is striated into multiple segments based on consumers’ varying attitudes, behaviors and motivations, according to a study by consumer products consulting firm Abunda.
Cognitive impairments have been long linked to the development of dementia and memory problems in the elderly. However, recent research has begun to suggest that nutrition can play a vital role in protecting against such declines. In this special edition article, NutraIngredients asks how far we have come in battling cognitive decline.
Chromadex has received equity financing from DSM Venturing, the corporate venture arm of Royal DSM, a move that will allow the Californian company to explore new topics and to accelerate its existing pipeline.
With two recent studies showing the potential of grape seed extract dispensed in capsules to help reduce blood pressure in people at risk of hypertension, researchers are investigating the effects of that Polyphenolics MegaNatural BP ingredient in beverage form.
Extracts from bilberries and lingonberries may protect the retina in the eye against UV damage, says a new study from Japan.
French raw material supplier Fytexia wants to more than double its US business within five years by bringing the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet to North America, as it opens a sales office in the New York City area and a warehouse in Salt Lake City, Utah.
High dietary intake of polyphenols may be associated with up to a 30% reduction in mortality rates in older adults, according to new research that identifies urinary concentrations of polyphenols as a more acurae measure of intake.
Pomegranate polyphenols can help to maintain cardiovascular health, according to a swine study using Spanish firm Probeltebio’s pomegranate extract Pomanox.
Delivering resveratrol as resveratrol sulfate may increase its uptake by cells, says a new study, but the implications for dietary supplements remain unknown.
Soy protein enriched with blueberry and green tea compounds in combination with exercise prolong the metabolic spike after exercise, says a new metabolomics study from the North Carolina Research Campus.
Daily consumption of soy proteins and isoflavones may not influence risk factors for heart disease in healthy late postmenopausal women, says a new study from the University of Connecticut.
Over 70% of Americans may be interested in reduced caffeine energy beverages that can offer the boost of caffeine but without the crash, according to a new survey conducted by Ipsos Research and commissioned by Chromadex.
A daily drink of juice containing wild blueberry powder may boost select bifidobacteria strains in the gut with the potential to influence immune health, says a new study with human volunteers.
This paper summarizes results of a clinical study exploring the effects of organic dried apple peel powder (DAPP) on subjects with red...
Interventions with low-risk dietary supplements that suppress glucose levels without raising insulin levels could offer significant lo...