Sabinsa Corporation has lowered the heavy metal limits for Selenium
SeLECT in the face of tightening regulations in the European Union
and interest from research institutes who wish to use it in
studies, reports Jess Halliday.
The latest LOHAS consumer trends study suggests that a healthy spin
may no longer be enough to lure people to new food and beverage
products. Marketers may need to take another look at strategies for
capturing the attention of this...
Chrysantis is ready to start selling EZ Eyes to dietary supplement
makers following the FDA's acceptance of the marigold-derived
natural zeaxanthin as a new dietary ingredient (NDI), reports
A new study into the ability of mistletoe to decrease the
reoccurrence of tumors in bladder cancer patients seems to show
that it is as effective as the most common conventional approach,
but without the side effects. But scientific...
A mixture of peptides derived from colostrum could help slow the
progression of Alzheimer's disease by reducing the build-up of beta
amyloid, a toxic protein that accumulates in the brains of
Alzheimer's sufferers, reports...
Canada's Cevena Bioproducts has secured C$6 million in venture
capital funding, which it says will ensure the successful
commercialization of its Viscofiber beta-glucan concentrate,
reports Jess Halliday.
A mouse study conducted at the Washington University School of
Medicine suggests that drinking pomegranate juice during pregnancy
may reduce the hypoxia ischemia-related brain injuries in babies,
writes Jess Halliday.
Nutracea has signed a binding letter of intent with the largest
rice mill in the Dominican Republic that will generate $10.8
million in product revenue for the company in the next two years
and allow it to construct facilities to...
The packaging of herbal dietary supplements too closely resembles
that of drugs, according to the American Medical Association (AMA),
which is campaigning for a change in labeling, packaging and
advertising regulations to make the...
Burke International, the company that has held the trademark for
the name 'rooibos' since 1994, has informed the US Patent and
Trademark Office (USPTO) of its voluntary surrender of the mark,
meaning that other companies...
Researchers may have found a way to inhibit the oxidation of
fish-oils in fortified milk products. The discovery may provide a
solution to the problem of fish-oil's high susceptibility to
oxidation, which has blighted its easy...