Thorne Research, a company that specializes in supplements for the practitioner channel, has partnered with a prominent cardiologist to launch a new line of cardiovascular health products.
Low vitamin D levels may be a consequence of ill health and not the cause of chronic disease, says a new review, but industry groups have responded that supplementation is vital for bone health and should not be dismissed.
Creative delivery forms offer significant opportunities for industry to increase compliance with dietary supplements, says BASF’s Samy Jandali.
Many apparently healthy people may have insufficient levels of vitamin K2, says a new study, potentially increasing the risk of bone loss and also for hardening of the arteries.
Greater investment in research to delay aging may be a 'highly efficient' way to prevent disease, extend healthy life, and improve public health, according to new research.
Dietary deficiencies in vitamin D may promote cognitive declines in middle-aged and elderly adults, according to new research.
Long-term supplementation with multivitamins plus selenium may help delay the progression of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in people with early stages of the disease who are not yet eligible to receive antiretroviral therapy, a new randomised trial has suggested.
Buoyed by recent investment from DSM, the CEO of Chromadex says the company is not scared to spend big to develop ingredients that stand up to increased scientific scrutiny and resonate with the market.
The chief executive of the Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia (CHC) has slammed a recently published study that found there is insufficient evidence that vitamin and mineral supplements prevent cardiovascular diseases or cancer in healthy people.
Natural products firm ChromaDex Corp. has entered into a material transfer agreement with Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), under which ChromaDex will provide ULB with its recently launched Niagen nicotinamide riboside (NR).
The current evidence is ‘insufficient’ for vitamin and mineral supplements to prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) or cancer in healthy people without nutritional deficiencies, says a new review from the researchers for the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).
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.
Norway’s Kappa Bioscience has introduced a vitamin K2 form that comes as the firm has inked a major deal on it with a global vitamin supplement player.
The science, applications, market opportunities, and consumer awareness of vitamin E tocotrienols will go under the spotlight in Las Vegas during the workshop, The Next Big E: Tocotrienols and the Science-based Business Opportunity.
Studies linking calcium intakes to heart concerns continue to be published, but studies showing no effects and even benefits can also be found in the literature, so what are the lessons to learn and what questions remain unanswered?
Tests to assess levels of vitamin D status months or years after supplementation finishes may not be showing a true rise - or plataeu - in vitamin D status, according to new research that suggests it may take up to three years for stocks of the vitamin to be fully utilised.
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.
Analysing levels of proteins in blood could be used to estimate levels of essential vitamins and minerals without directly testing for each nutritional factor, according to new research that suggests the use of mass spectrometry to rapidly detect nutritional deficiencies.
Multivitamin supplements may boost working memory and attentional processing, and adding guarana may enhance these effects further, says a new study with Bayer Healthcare’s Berocca Performance and Boost products.
Low levels of vitamin D in blood serum appear to be linked to an increase in children's risk of anaemia, according to new research.