Santa Fe, MN­–New data published in Phytotherapy Research indicates that an herbal combination ingredient benefits women in all phases of menopause.

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Washington, D.C.—Grassroots efforts are helping to fight the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) draft guidance for new dietary ingredients (NDIs).

Nothing is more frustrating than managing staff members who cut corners, do the bare minimum and contribute little to the team. You can’t force your workers to be as passionate as you are about your business, but you can do a lot to motivate them.

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS), the oft-maligned and omnipresent sweetening agent, may be in for a major change if corn refiners get their way. The ingredient itself, frequently cited for its overconsumption and the target of many recent consumer health initiatives, won’t undergo a transformation, but the way it’s referred to on food labels could, pending a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision.

Jarrow Formulas, Inc. and James Gormley of Citizens for Health organized a tactical meeting during Expo East, with the hopes of encouraging industry members to take a stronger stand against the recently proposed guidance on new dietary ingredients (NDIs), and to consider formation of a new trade association. In attendance were some of the industry’s largest and most influential supplement makers, retailers, and raw materials suppliers, as well as interested observers such as the founder of the American Botanical Council.