A Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH) report has come under fierce criticism by the industry after it found no convincing evidence to recommend dietary supplements for brain health in healthy older adults.
Results from a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial suggests that ingestion of a collagen supplement derived from chicken sternal cartilage may improve the appearance of facial epidermis in women.
More than 60% of probiotic supplements in the US may lack sufficient information on their labels to allow consumers to make informed decisions, according to a new study led by Dr Dan Merenstein from Georgetown University Medical Center.
Pet owners are more likely to support the legalization of marijuana than the overall population, according to a recent Packaged Facts survey. They’re also more likely to agree that both prescription and OTC hemp, CBD, and cannabis products should be legal.
Early returns from the FDA meeting on CBD regulation give a glimpse of the complexity of the regulatory questions, which might stretch the timeline for a new legal framework to extent beyond which many in the industry would find acceptable.
Cognitive decline is a key concern for older consumers and drives product innovation in the healthy aging space. But marketers should take care to delineate between short-term and systemic approaches, an expert says.
Supplement company Healthycell is betting on a specialized gel format, served in single-serve sachets, to bring consumers what founder and CEO Douglas Giampapa argues is ‘maximum bioavailability’ of nutrients.