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Gencor launches new ayurvedic combination for liver health

By Stephen Daniells

Liver health is an “overlooked category” in the dietary supplements space, but Gencor sees its new 4Liver ingredient as an exciting addition to a category that has not seen much innovation for decades.

State of the US Dietary Supplements sector in 2023


State of the US Dietary Supplements sector in 2023

By Stephen Daniells

Are supply chains still causing problems for businesses? What are the hottest ingredients and most sought-after product claims? And do people really think about FDA’s recent actions against ingredients like NAC and NMN?

Lawsuit against FDA on NMN ‘certainly being considered’, says NPA CEO

Lawsuit against FDA on NMN ‘certainly being considered’, says NPA CEO

By Stephen Daniells

The Natural Products Association is hoping the US Food & Drug Administration is responsive to its recent Citizen’s Petition on the status of NMN, but if it’s not then other options are being considered, Dr Daniel Fabricant, NPA’s CEO tells NutraIngredients-USA.

Source: Data from Nutrition Business Journal powered by SPINS presented at Natural Products Expo West

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Inflation slows, doesn’t stop natural & organic sales growth

By Elizabeth Crawford

Rising inflation is taking a toll on natural and organic sales in the US, the growth of which slowed dramatically in 2022 and will likely continue to drop in the coming year before rebounding slightly in 2024, according to data presented at Natural Products...

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Study: Lactiplantibacillus plantarum supports growth in juvenile mice

By Nikki Hancocks

Lactiplantibacillus plantarum supports nutrition optimisation through the improved absorption of amino acids, in both its pro- and postbiotic form, according to a new study in mice, creating opportunities for innovation within children’s growth and healthy...

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Breaking the cycle: getting data equity in research

By Danielle Masterson

As we celebrate International Women’s Day this week and throughout the month of March, we examine the lack of representation in clinical trials and ask whether the FTC’s new guidelines are enough to disrupt the current system’s cumulative bias.

What to expect from the International Conference on the Science of Botanicals

Oxford ICSB: ‘You always learn something from this meeting’

By Stephen Daniells

From authentication and identification of botanicals to approached to establishing safety and efficacy, the 21st International Conference on the Science of Botanicals (ICSB) provides stakeholders in the botanicals space a unique opportunity to learn and...

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