The EyeMuse-branded ingredient is supported by published studies, giving formulators a new option for products for consumers with digital device-related eye fatigue, from everyday professionals to gamers.
The Hemp and Hemp-Derived CBD Consumer Protection and Market Stabilization Act represents ‘the best way’ to deal with the hemp-CBD issue for dietary supplements, says CRN’s Steve Mister, and once that’s clarified then the FDA and industry can address...
Researchers from North Carolina State University have genetically engineered Saccharomyces boulardii, a probiotic yeast, to produce beta-carotene. Yeasts can form as important a part of the human microbiome as probiotics, they said.
Ireland’s AnaBio Technologies has launched a range of encapsulated probiotic strains including well-established Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus species that can survive temperature stresses associated with UHT processing.
HempFusion, a manufacturer of CBD-containing ingestible and topical products, said a successful initial public offering and a refocus of its digital sales efforts will position the brand to become one of the major hemp/CBD players in 2021.
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While previous studies have suggested that the microbiota begins to stabilize and evolve toward an adult-like composition two to three years after birth, several bacterial taxa that have been associated with human health are acquired later in childhood...
A combination of five probiotic strains may slash the symptoms of viral upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) by over 25%, with people over 45 experiencing greater benefits, says new data from the PROMAGEN study.
Supplementing colicky infants with a combination of eight bacterial strains and a prebiotic may reduce both the number of crying days and the average evening crying duration, says a new study from Poland.