1aboveThe new 1Above flight drink helps combat the effects of jet lag with Pycnogenol, a branded French pine bark extract from Horphag Research. 1Above supports immune health, circulation and hydration using vitamins (B, C) and electrolytes. Research on Pycnogenol has found that it helps reduce the length of jet lag by 53.8% and severity by an average of 61.5% after 24 hours.

FutureCeuticals now offers Whole Food Organic Grasses that are non-GMO, clean label and gluten free. The company says its field-grown whole food grasses are slowly nurtured and are only harvested twice yearly, to produce a nutrient dense grass. Varieties include N1148 Organic Wheatgrass Powder, N1149 Organic Barley Grass Powder and N1150 Organic Oat Grass Powder.

DSM has launched a new digestive enzyme: Tolerase G (alanyl aminopeptidase), which is said to help break down residual gluten in the stomach. The company states, “The results of a new in-vitro study published in the peer-reviewed journal, PlosONE, show that the AN-PEP digestive enzyme degrades gluten molecules in the stomach more effectively than other commercially available supplements.”

Anderson Global Group now offers AllSweet Low-Calorie Sugar. The firm says the sweetener used in this product, allulose, is naturally occurring in fruits and other foods, and browns like sugar during baking. “At only 0.3 kcal/g, AllSweet Allulose Low-Calorie Sugar provides a clean, satisfying sweetness to beverage, bakery, frozen, confectionary and dairy applications,” says the company.

New from Jakemans, Inc., GOPO utilizes rosehips and vitamin C to support joint health. The rosehips are manufactured with a patented process designed to preserve beneficial levels of naturally occurring galactolipids, which the company says have shown positive benefits for joints in scientific studies. Jakemans, Inc. says that GOPO can help reduce tiredness and fatigue stemming from aging joints as well as aid restful sleep.

The alternaVites kids line from Rich Vitamins now includes stand-alone Vitamin D, Vitamin C and Calcium packets. This unique powdered format is poured directly on the tongue where it melts in the mouth (like a pixie stick) or can be mixed into drinks or foods. These supplements come in fun, fruity flavors that contain no sugar or binders. Suitable for kids ages four and up.

Carlson Labs has developed a tart cherry product that may help with recovery from post-workout soreness. The recommended serving of two capsules contains 1,000 mg of Montmorency tart cherries, which is used to boost fitness power, according to the company. Each serving provides antioxidants for healthy joint function and reduced recovery time.

Jarrow Formulas has introduced Baby’s Jarro-Dophilus Drops containing strains of Bifidobacterium BB-12. These strains are said to produce healthy fatty acids, modulate immune response and promote greater tolerance to dairy products, according to the company. This product is also said to aid in the health of the adult digestive tract.

Coral LLC has introduced Coral Chewables, a Bavarian cream flavored supplement that contains 500 mg of coral calcium and an additional 73 other minerals. Coral calcium, according to the company, may support and maintain healthy bone mass. The chewable tablet contains no artificial colors or preservatives.