Vitamins & premixes

Puritan's Pride throws hat in vitamin packs ring

Puritan's Pride throws hat in vitamin packs ring

By Danielle Masterson

Nature Made, Vous Vitamins, Care/Of, Persona and Vitally are just a handful of the growing number of brands offering personalized vitamin packs. And after nearly half a century in the vitamins and supplements business, Puritan's Pride has hopped...

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Paper highlights safety of some weight management ingredients

By Danielle Masterson

With weight loss supplements under attack in several states, researchers rebut with science. The authors of a new paper examine the safety of six ingredients, a move they hope will encourage since-based decisions.

The new survey of endurance athletes (cyclists, runners & triathletes) showed that 78% were using dietary supplements to support health, enhance performance, and improve sleep.   Image © Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images

Almost 80% of endurance athletes use supplements: Survey

By Stephen Daniells

Dietary supplement use is very high among endurance athletes, with older athletes using the products, says a new study that suggests opportunity to develop age-specific products for this population.

Dr Cara Welch speaking with NutraIngredients-USA in 2015

Cara Welch named permanent director of ODSP at FDA

By Stephen Daniells

The US Food and Drug Administration has announced that Dr Cara Welch will be the new permanent director of its Office of Dietary Supplement Programs. The announcement was welcomed by industry trade groups.

Pro triathlete Heather Jackson on how she stays fueled

Pro triathlete Heather Jackson on how she stays fueled

By Danielle Masterson

Before taking the main stage for the female athlete and consumer panel at the Sports and Active Nutrition Summit in San Diego, professional triathlete Heather Jackson joined NutraIngredients-USA’s Danielle Masterson to talk about her nutrition evolution...

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Supplements help improve outcomes for kidney patients: Study

By Hank Schultz

A study out of British Columbia has found that oral nutritional supplements that boost the intake of protein and other nutrients can benefit subjects suffering from kidney failure and improve outcomes when they begin dialysis.

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