A recent study that cast doubt on the associations between genetic markers and diet performance is a bump in the road toward personalized nutrition. But developers of testing platforms that incorporate DNA info, rather than being discouraged, say it’s...
The growing trend for wearable fitness trackers may not only help in following your own activity levels, according to new research that suggests insights from wearable devices might also be used in several fields of biomedical and nutrition research.
Following on from the success of last year's survey, NutraIngredients-USA is running another 'state of the industry' survey to gauge views about the current state of the dietary supplements and the business landscape in 2018.
Carrying on from Part 1 yesterday, we round out our predictions for the US dietary supplements industry in 2018, including CBD, transparency, personalized nutrition, Amazon, the food-supplement interface, and Congress.
Supplementation of lemon verbena extract capsules taken with exhaustive exercise by moderately active study participants reduced muscle damage more than a placebo, according to a study conducted in Germany.