Probiotics

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New platform to develop next gen microbiome-safe products

By Danielle Masterson

Synthetic chemicals have increased too rapidly over the years, jeopardizing the health of humans and the planet. Now Seed and the Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma are combining microbiome science and epithelial immunology knowledge to thwart these...

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Study: Prebiotic fiber shows promise for Type 2 diabetes support

By Danielle Masterson

New research suggests that consistent consumption of Supergut shakes led to improvements in metabolic health, digestion, a health-related quality of life score that included sleep, mood, and energy levels, as well as a validated quality of life measure...

January Launch Pad: Chill mode activated

January Launch Pad: Chill mode activated

By Danielle Masterson

Sleep and relaxation remain in high demand; and despite the lack of progress for CBD in Washington, brands are continuing to churn out product.

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France to allow ‘probiotic’ on food supplements labels

By Stephen Daniells

France's General Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF), part of its Ministry of the Economy, has announced that the term “probiotic” will be allowed on the labels of food supplements in the country.

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Mediating pre-diabetes with synbiotics: study

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Research suggests that a novel synbiotic supplement comprising Bacillus subtilis and L-alanyl-L-glutamine (Ala-Gln) can improve glucose parameters and generate weight loss in individuals with pre-diabetes.

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Developing biotics under the shadow of war

By Danielle Masterson

For Stellar Biotics, it’s anything but business as usual as the Ukrainian CEO runs a New Jersey-based business with family ties in Ukraine.

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Novozymes OneHealth builds on parent company’s strategic vision

By Hank Schultz

Novozymes, a long time player in industrial enzyme applications, has launched a consumer facing health division that becomes an instant heavy hitter in the category. The head of the division gave NutraIngredients-USA a peek behind the curtain.

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Doctor praises probiotics' potential in surgical setting

By Nikki Hancocks

A doctor has praised the effectiveness of probiotics, saying they are an excellent complementary therapy which could reduce hospitalisation costs and should be considered a medicine, not just a supplement.

NutraWomen Wednesday: Paula Simpson, Nutribloom Consulting

NutraWomen Wednesday: Paula Simpson, Nutribloom Consulting

By Danielle Masterson

Paula Simpson is a nutritional scientist, herbalist and product development expert in the beauty wellness and healthy aging channel. As the Innovation, Product Development & Branding Consultant at Nutribloom Consulting, she is also a sought-after...

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Health & Her launches supplements for menopausal gut health

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

New live culture supplements developed by Health & Her for women entering the perimenopause and menopause life stages aim to promote oestrogen metabolism and reduce age-related conditions associated with hormonal imbalance, such as osteoporosis.

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September Launch Pad

By Danielle Masterson

From gut-brain axis to heart health to hydration, there's a new product suited for a variety of lifestyles this fall.

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Akkermansia’s immune benefits linked to specific phospholipid

By Stephen Daniells

The potential immunomodulatory properties of Akkermansia muciniphila may be linked to a specific type of phosphatidylethanolamine, says a new paper in Nature that deepens our understanding of how this bacterium supports human health.

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