Adding to their already long list of offerings, Solgar Vitamin and Herb has now made available Astaxanthin 5 mg and 10 mg Softgels. The softgels provide astaxanthin derived from the algae H. pluvialis, which offers one of the highest concentrations of astaxanthin found in nature. Plus, according to the company, the premium formulas are free of gluten, wheat and dairy.

LaneLabs now offers Warmi, a unique vegetable and fruit extract supplement for menopause. According to the company, Warmi offers full-spectrum symptom relief, including hot flashes, mood, hormonal balance, bone health and cardio health.  The supplement is 85% organic, 100% vegetarian and was proven safe and effective in three clinical trials. 

SafSlim, from Re-Body and distributed by Reserveage Organics, is said to reduce belly fat. SafSlim BellyFat Transformation contains high-linoleic safflower oil, an omega that activates hormones to help “mobilize dormant midsection fat,” says the maker. The creamy liquid comes in two flavors: Delicious Berry and Delicious Tangerine. The liquid is all natural, non-GMO and free of artificial flavors, colors and sweeteners.

New to market from CreAgri is Olivenol Plus 2X. This natural formulation is a stronger version of its already established Olivenol and Olivenol Plus, which is rich in olive polyphenols and hydrorxytyrosol. The company says the formula is a “true, bioavailable antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune-modulating natural formula.”

Bainbridge and Knight introduces LICHI herbal diet supplement, which contains a special formula of 17 active ingredients including lychee fruit. Lychee fruit is cholesterol-free, rich in Vitamin C and minerals, and concentrated antioxidant levels. LICHI boosts the Lychee fruit’s innate advantages with a blend of other natural extracts, herbs and spices to offer consumers a complete system for healthy weight loss.

It’s that old, familiar feeling: For too many people, digestion woes are a part of their routine. Whether it’s heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or one of the many other common digestive tract discomforts, their condition is something planned around and accounted for ahead of time. It can limit what one eats, as well as where and when. Gastrointestinal (GI) difficulty can even be debilitating, and can thus be a limiting factor in one’s quality of life.

Most Americans, if they know about yeasts at all, are only familiar with baker’s and/or brewer’s yeasts, that is, the yeasts used to make bread and to produce beer and wine. In the natural health world, the term “yeast” is typically associated in a positive way with these “brewer’s/nutritional” yeasts and in a negative way with Candida albicans (as in “yeast infection” and “yeast overgrowth”). One association that is not commonly made is “probiotic.”

Eden Prairie, MN—The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has seized several UAS Laboratories’ probiotic products because the agency believes they are being marketed as drugs. This action follows a facility inspection from earlier this year when FDA found the company was making disease claims despite several warnings.

The information shared by Arnie Gitomer, R.Ph., and Don Goldberg, R.Ph., owners of Willner Chemists, with both their radio audience and store clientele is built on a 100-year-old legacy of offering individuals the tools they need to lead the healthiest lives they can.