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Cranberry Proanthocyanidins–Probiotics Inhibit Bacterial Growth

Madison, WI—As functional foods grow in popularity, a group of investigators have published new data suggesting a combination of probiotics and cranberry proanthocyanidins (c-PAC)...
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Onerous Bill on Supplements Industry Struck Down

Washington, D.C.—The onerous Puerto Rico Senate Bill (SB) 1599 has been dismissed. It is no longer a threat to the dietary supplements industry. Using Administrative...
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NIH: U.S. Shoppers Spend $30.2B on Complementary Health

Bethesda, MD—New analysis from the National Institutes of Health suggests Americans aren’t shying away from spending their money on complementary health techniques. According to nationwide...
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Sales of Omega-3s To Grow 5% by 2017

Salt Lake City, UT—GOED (the Global Organization of EPA and DHA Omega-3s) released a report about omega-3s on the global market in 2015. The group...
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New Paper Suggests K2 Depletion Causes Disease

Nagoya, Japan—A team of Japanese researchers has offered a new theory for the cause of several metabolic diseases: impaired vitamin K2-dependent processes. The group notes...
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Plant-Based Supplements Benefit Menopause Symptoms

Rotterdam, Netherlands—A new study published in JAMA suggests that several plant-based ingredients may help women going through menopause. A team of researchers from Erasmus University...
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Horphag Research Launches Robuvit

Hoboken, NJ—Horphag Research, supplier of Pycnogenol, announced that it has a new ingredient available to U.S. manufacturers. The standardized French oak wood extract called Robuvit...
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Resveratrol–Piperine Combo Improves Mitochondrial Capacity in Study

East Windsor, NJ—Could resveratrol positively affect exercise training? Yes, says new research from Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, especially if it is fortified with...
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Migraines Linked to Vitamin Deficiency

Cincinnati, OH—New research from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center suggests young individuals with migraines may also suffer from vitamin deficiency. The study, which involved...
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Fiber Intake Linked to Healthy Aging

Shoppers may take fiber to keep them “regular,” but there may a new reason to fill up on fiber: successful aging, according to new...

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