The dietary supplement market has been flooded with new products, with an unprecedented demand in immune health. A recent Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN)-IPSOS survey found that vitamin D usage jumped 37% and zinc grew 17% amid the pandemic.
New research from the Institute of Intelligent Machines (IIM), Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) in China found that the γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) can promote the growth of Haematococcus pluvialis and increase the astaxanthin accumulation.
The US Food and Drug Administration has sent warning letters to five supplement companies about the sale of cesium chloride products, which the Agency said present significant health risks. The products have been a concern for several years.
Pedialyte – Abbott’s veteran rehydration product positioned in the children's and pharmacy aisles – is expanding to adults and active consumers with the launch of Pedialyte Sport, a new formula created for athletes.
Sabinsa Corporation has achieved a new patent and a Health Canada claims approval on its uC3 Clear water soluble curcumin ingredient. In addition, the company announced two other Canadian patents on a ginger compound and a cosmetic ingredient.
The US Food and Drug Administration has taken action against two companies that claim their products can help prevent children from developing food allergies. The claims turn the products into unapproved drugs, the Agency claims.
A high protein, calorie restricted diet (HPD) leads to a more diverse gut microbiome in obesity and different microbial change as compared to that seen in response to a normal protein, calorie restricted diet (NPD), which may indicate the reason behind...
In a new personalised nutrition pact, Italian botanicals firm Indena are to use Onegevity’s capabilities in gut microbiome testing to identify botanical ingredients that best produce person-specific benefits.
Fusion beverages are making a splash as an emerging category of functional food. The demand is spurred by consumers who prefer beverages that go beyond quenching their thirst and offer nutritional benefits.
While not everyone is thrilled cold weather season is upon us, it could be welcome news for those who want to shed a few pounds. Growing research finds that being cold may be an effective form of exercise.