As November comes to an end, consumers are starting to look for holiday gift and stocking-stuffer ideas. Gadgets are a popular choice, and these days, even the nutrition space is thriving with apps and gadgets. We rounded up eight innovative supplement...
Dietary supplements containing a mixture of four probiotic strains, prebiotic fibers and antioxidants may protect triathletes from the detrimental gut effects of strenuous exercise, says a new study from the UK.
A study published in the March 2016 edition of Food & Function by NC State Plants for Human Health Institute researchers found that cranberries, muscadine grapes, and blackcurrant can make a protein-packed, polyphenol-filled shelf-stable product.
Supplements containing specific human milk oligosaccharides from breast milk may selectively modify the gut microbiome in healthy adults, says a new study that also supports the safety and tolerability of the ingredients.
Fluctuating sales have pushed ChromaDex Corp. back into the red after a brief flurry operating at a break-even point. CEO Frank Jaksch said the company is on track despite the renewed losses and depressed stock price.
A “clear and reasonable warning” must be used from December 4, 2016 on products being sold in California containing “Aloe vera, non-decolorized whole leaf extract” and “goldenseal root powder” compliant with Prop 65, unless otherwise exempted.
Modern Americans expect much more from food companies today than they did in the past -- now not only do they want food that is better for them, but they want products that also are better for society and the planet.
The vast majority of the world’s supply of omega-3 fatty acids comes from the Peruvian anchovy fishery. As the fishery recovers from depressed stocks caused by an El Niño event, the sustainability picture remains clouded, as one major certification body...