oats

Lund, Sweden— As part of Europe’s HEALTHGRAIN project, researchers from Finland and Ireland investigated several processing techniques for improving the quality, safety and nutritional profile of oat-based, gluten-free bread.

pregnant woman

Denver, CO and Boston, MA—Most pregnant women aren’t getting enough vitamin D, even those that take prenatal supplements, according to a study carried out by researchers from the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School.

krill

Whole Foods Market, based here, announced in May that it would halt the sale of krill oil because of sustainability issues. And at the end of May, Aker BioMarine became the first krill fishery to become certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), a much sought-after designation that indicates environmental sustainability.

Despite official government and mainstream-media pronouncements, and our own best hopes, the economy is not getting better.

Natural feminine hygiene products let women use the types of products with which they are comfortable, without the worry of introducing harmful pollutants into their bodies and the environment.

A study completed at Iowa State University’s Nutrition and Wellness Center found that a diet supplemented with flaxseed significantly lowered high cholesterol levels in men.

A new study published in the gastroenterology and hepatology journal Gut indicates that curcumin may be a viable option for slowing down liver damage and cirrhosis.

The gourmet and natural foods industries seem to have merged in the minds of many, making your natural products retail store the ideal location to sell these specialty products.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently asking for comments and data based on its new front-of-package nutrition labeling plan.