All news articles for October 2011

Cranberry juice beats powder for UTI protection?

Cranberry juice beats powder for UTI protection?

By Stephen Daniells

The urinary tract benefits of cranberry may be better delivered as a juice than as a powder, according to a new study that indicates the mechanism are more complex than first thought.

October 2011 in pictures: SSW, CRN, and FDA

October 2011 in pictures: SSW, CRN, and FDA

NutraIngredients-USA looks back at an eventful month of news, with 'those' multivitamin and vitamin E studies, the 15th edition of SupplySide West, the FDA going on camera on NDIs, and CRN's Life...supplemented's great work for Vitamin...

Burcon boss Johann Tergesen rang the NASDAQ stock market opening bell as his firm's shares started trading on the exchange last week

Big Interview: Johann Tergesen, president, Burcon NutraScience

Plant protein, the final frontier: From canola to flax, hemp and pea

If there’s a plant with protein in it, Burcon NutraScience has probably had a good shot at extracting it. But is the market ready for flax protein isolate? Elaine Watson caught up with president and chief operating officer Johann Tergesen to find out.

Only 10 days to go - WeightManagement 2011

Only 10 days to go - WeightManagement 2011

Following the outstanding success of last year’s edition, NutraIngredients-USA.com will host its 2nd virtual conference and expo dedicated to weight management, showcasing the latest trends and strategies in weight management for the food, beverage and...

Not great for the waistline... but it's 'all-natural'...

Poll: Do we need a clearer definition of ‘natural’?

By Elaine Watson

In the world of food marketing, perception is everything. Consumers want foods that sound wholesome, friendly, and above all “natural” – although they are rarely able to articulate what this means.

NutraJobs: People on the move Oct 2011

NutraJobs: People on the move Oct 2011

NutraIngredients-USA presents a photo gallery round up of movements in the nutra sector, including changes at the Natural Products Foundation, Caravan Ingredients, and Aker BioMarine.

Clearly not a participant in this study

CoQ10 may reduce muscle damage during intensive exercise

By Stephen Daniells

Supplements of co-enzyme Q10 may counter the rise in oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise and reduce subsequent muscle damage, says a new study with ultra-runners participating in a 50 km run across Europe’s highest road in the Sierra Nevada.