Digest Pregnancy by Enzymedica is intended to address healthy digestion during pregnancy. Formulated with vegetarian enzymes and organic ginger root, the supplement helps “women cope with occasional digestive discomforts common during pregnancy.”

Wakunaga of America Co., Ltd. has launched Lucky 7, a sexual performance supplement for men. The product is formulated with zinc, selenium, Codonopsis lanceolata root, l-citrulline, maca root, Tribulus terrestris and LongJack root. It is said to support healthy libido and sexual energy.

Now available from Tangut is MenoHealth. The supplement combines pomegranate, chamomile and rhubarb to support women’s health balance before, during and after menopause. The product is said to support many issues often present during menopause.

New from Hyalogic are HA Gummies for joint and cartilage health. The gummies come in a berry flavor, contain no artificial ingredients and are free of gluten. One gummy delivers 60 mg of hyaluronic acid.

Healthy Origins launched Sunflower E-400 IU (made with SunE900). The company feels this is a good alternative to vitamin E derived from genetically modified soy. Vitamin E supports heart, hair, skin and nail health.

New from Natural Factors are Whole Earth & Sea whole food supplements. 100% organic crops are harvested and raw processed using EnviroSimplex to retain nutritional value. The line includes Pure Food Women’s Multi, Women’s 50+ Multi, Men’s Multi, Men’s 50+, Bone Structure, Herring Gold and Organic Vegan Greens Protein Bar.

The Prenatal Precious Gems Gummy Multivitamin from Rainbow Light is a supplement with a blend of vitamins suited to support the health of mother and child. These chewable gummy tablets contain 14 essential nutrients including DHA, folic acid and vitamin C. These gummies also contain probiotics for easy digestion. Prenatal Precious Gems are free of gluten, wheat, dairy and artificial additives.

East Windsor, NJ—A recent study published in Studies In Contemporary Medicine has shown that curcuminoids may have a positive effect on overall lipid profile, including total cholesterol.

Geneva, Switzerland— A new peer-reviewed study published in the International Journal of Angiology shows that a branded pine bark extract supplement may improve the appearance, swelling and discomfort of pregnancy-induced varicose veins and spider vein clusters.