Supplier Briefs

Supplier Briefs: January 2017

The American Botanical Council (ABC), Austin, TX recognizes Naturopathica, East Hampton, NY, a natural health and wellness company, for being the first company to...
Supplier Briefs

Supplier Briefs: November 2016

InterHealth Nutraceuticals, Inc., Benicia, CA, announced that a paper on Zychrome has been accepted for publication in Food & Nutrition Research. This study found...
Supplier Briefs

Supplier Briefs: October 2016

The 24th study has been published on GanedenBC30, with findings appearing in the PeerJ journal. The University of Tampa and Increnovo LLC found the...
eye lutein

Results from Groundbreaking Lutein Studies Released

Morristown, NJ—Several new studies offer even more evidence that a branded eye health ingredient (lutein and zeaxanthin) is quickly bioavailable in the body and...
muscle cells

Muscle Cells Respond to Shilajit in Study

New Brunswick, NJ—Shilajit has long been thought to support muscle growth, and new research published in the Journal of Medicinal Food helps explain why. During...
Mediterranean Diet

Mediterranean Diet Reduces Mortality Rate in Heart Disease Patients

Pozzilli, Italy—Data from the Moli-sani study were presented at ESC Congress 2016 suggesting that a Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of death in those...
wheat metabolic syndrome

Hope for Metabolic Syndrome: Wheat Starch

Atchison, KS—A new study conducted at South Dakota State University suggests that a patented resistant wheat starch (Fibersym RW from MGP, based here) may...
exercise asthma prebiotic

Prebiotic Reduces Exercise-Induced Asthma

Helier, Jersey—New research published in the British Journal of Nutrition offers data suggesting a branded trans-galactooligosaccharide prebiotic complex (B-GOS, Bimuno from Clasado) lessens exercise-induced...
Supplier Briefs

Supplier Briefs: September 2016

East Windsor, NJ-based Sabinsa Corporation now uses a “conclusive test to guarantee” its Curcumin C3 Complex products are all of natural origin. The firm...
Ashwagandha

Researchers Link Ashwagandha to Fewer Food Cravings

Los Angeles, CA— Ashwagandha is known for stress support, but can it help with stress-induced eating? Yes, according to new research published in the Journal...

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