Like all emerging industries, sports nutrition thrives on innovation and a degree of risk-taking that has seen the likes of ketone-based drinks, probiotics and human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) emerge as credible mainstream products.
A new BBC article dismisses the benefits of probiotics because a study failed to find colonization. It is a serious mistake to confuse colonization with efficacy and we need to get this message across to consumers.
A recent study reported something very impressive: A decade after the end of a randomized clinical trial, the benefits of dietary supplementation not only persisted, but seemed to be getting bigger. So why are we not talking about this more?
A recent mainstream press article that calls vitamin D research into question is a low blow that hinges on an attack on a prominent researcher’s character rather than a sober assessment of the science behind the nutrient, experts say.
HerbalGram has grown into one of the world’s most influential herbal medicine journals as it celebrates its 35th anniversary. Founder Mark Blumenthal says he’s certain he made the right decision almost 30 years ago to give the publication away.
Reaction continues to roll in on the recent Cochrane review that found little evidence supporting the cardiovascular benefits of omega-3s. Experts questioned the underlying assumptions in how the review was put together.
The founders of New Chapter have severed their relationship with Procter & Gamble because they said “financial pressures to accelerate profits” meant they could no longer in good conscience continue to associate themselves with the brand.