CBD may improve joint pain in canines, an animal model of arthritis deemed appropriate for assessing human arthritis pain, according to a new study. The study authors said follow-up investigations in humans are now warranted.
Researchers working with a group of postmenopausal women found that a technology using casein to encapsulate calcium nanoparticles reduced GI issues compared with more conventional calcium carbonate or calcium citrate supplements.
Norwegian supplier Nattopharma is helping to build a suite of scientific evidence on the broad cardiovascular health effects of Vitamin K2 that the company hopes will support an official recommendation on intakes of the substance.
Video gaming has exploded during the coronavirus pandemic as consumers shelter in place, but the eSports opportunity for dietary supplement brands and ingredient firms has been around for a while. Will more brands pivot and what do they need to know?
The National Advertising Division has directed Church & Dwight to stop making a claim of better absorption on its line of gummy vitamins. The company has responded by appealing the decision to a review board.
The $2 trillion stimulus packaged passed unanimously by the US Senate this morning will have important implications for the dietary supplement industry that may help companies survive the worst of the coronavirus crisis impacts.
The new research about krill’s choline bolsters the latest iteration of this story, said Nils Hoem, PhD, Aker’s chief scientist. Choline is a natural constituent of krill oil as part of its phospholipid makeup as a part of the molecule phosphatidylcholine.