All news articles for November 2013

RCT data backs supplement for joint pain benefits

RCT data backs supplement for joint pain benefits

By Nathan GRAY

A commercial dietary supplement marketed for joint pain has been backed to alleviate joint pain severity and reduce dificulties in performing day to day tasks, according to a new study.

Special edition: New indications, new sources for omega-3s

Special edition: New indications, new sources for omega-3s

By Hank Schultz

Omega-3s are one of the best researched areas of nutraceutical science, and as a class of ingredients, one of the biggest sellers, too.  So it’s no surprise that the category is a hotbed of news. In this special edition, NutraIngredients-USA wraps up...

Probiotics may offer hay fever benefit: RCT data

Probiotics may offer hay fever benefit: RCT data

By Nathan GRAY

Daily consumption ofa drink containing Lactobacillus casei may alter the way our immune cells react to pollen in people suffering from hay fever, according to new research backed by Yakult and the BBSRC.

Clissman: “So the potential for growth in Europe is huge and we are starting to see the start of that growth but the way that active lifestyle is being interpreted in Europe is slightly different in Europe than in the US.”

Dispatches from #FIE2013

Protein has a big ‘ordinary’ future, says Glanbia

By Shane STARLING

Irish dairy ingredients specialist Glanbia Nutritionals once filled its sights almost exclusively with the sports nutrition sector, but the explosion of interest in protein means the ‘ordinary’ mainstream food industry is a bigger and bigger target.

Leucine: Where whey protein gets its magic

Leucine: Where whey protein gets its magic

By Maggie Hennessy

Scientific support for the role of protein in building and maintaining lean muscle, maintaining weight and aging healthy continues to grow, but not all proteins are created equal, according to nutrition and exercise physiology expert Chris Mohr, PhD,...

NDI trespassers continue to plague market, attorney says

Dispatches from SupplySide West 2013

NDI trespassers continue to plague market, attorney says

By Hank Schultz

Follow on ingredients that rely on the safety halo provided by New Dietary Ingredient notifications filed by competitors continues to be a serious problem in the marketplace, according to a prominent attorney.

Hiring an attorney early is cheaper than hiring one late, expert says

Dispatches from SupplySide West 2013

Hiring an attorney early is cheaper than hiring one late, expert says

By Hank Schultz

As dietary supplement firms prepare for their initial (or follow up) GMP compliance inspections, it pays to have the advice of a consultant and/or a lawyer up front. Fixing problems on the back end is inevitably more expensive, said attorney Ivan Wasserman.

UNPA chief agrees with FDA that GMP compliance far from uniform

Dispatches from SupplySide West 2013

UNPA chief agrees with FDA that GMP compliance far from uniform

By Hank Schultz

Adverse event reporting, amphetamine-like substances showing up in products and NDI notifications are all prominent blips on FDA’s radar, said Loren Israelsen, president of the United Natural Products Alliance.

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