BioCell Technology’s collagen ingredient for joints and skin has received generally recognised as safe status from an independent panel following assessment on safety and toxicology and also good manufacturing practices (GMPs).
Using health care professionals to help promote an ingredient has obvious benefits, but convincing these professionals requires a lot of science. Kemin and Cognis talk about how to make this approach a success.
The potential anti-diabetic activity of a glycoprotein found in lupin seeds may be due to its ability to pass through the gut barrier, where it may have bioactive properties – according to new research.
Increasing regulatory pressure around the globe is focusing attention on supporting the efficacy of ingredients and products. Dr Jay Udani, CEO of Medicus Research, gave us his 5 secrets for clinical trials success.
Commercially available formulations of red yeast rice are extremely variable in the concentration of active ingredients they contain, according to a report published in the Archives of Internal Medicine.