Researchers from Harvard Medical School have stressed the importance of consuming certain nutrients together, suggesting that consumption guidelines for individual nutrients form only part of the puzzle of good nutrition.
In the next episode of the recent selenium saga, a formal complaint was yesterday filed with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting that the agency seize stocks of Bayer vitamins for making misleading prostate cancer health claims.
More than 90 percent of American consumers say they are likely to continue buying store brands even after the economy improves, and nearly half would like to see more of them, according to a new survey.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced three public meetings to discuss the Reportable Food Registry, to explain its role and the responsibilities of those who are required to submit a report.
Omega-3s sourced from krill are more effective than fish oil in combating some metabolic symptoms including raised fat levels in the heart and liver in obese individuals, according to Italian researchers.
A nationwide coupon-book initiative that aims to engage natural product consumers with childhood nutrition is in its final stages of set-up, with interested manufacturers able to apply for participation until July 15.
The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) has set up a purchasing agreement with phytochemical firm ChromaDex, designed to provide its various groups with easier access to the firm’s products and services.