Swedish Flower Pollen Extract from Bio Nutrition, Inc. is standardized to provide 0.08% phytosterols. The product undergoes a special fermentation process to enhance the availability of the nutrients once in the body. According to the company, Swedish Flower Pollen may support prostate function, healthy urine flow and libido.

Vibrant Health has launched Cran Naturelle, which supports urinary tract and vascular health. This whole food non-GMO ingredient guarantees a 10% potency of PACs and provides 36 mg of PACs in a daily dose.

Triple Action Oral Health DOTS from Twinlab offer a probiotic option for oral health. Containing the probiotic strain BLIS K12, the quick-dissolve dots promote fresh breath as well as maintaining healthy oral bacteria. In addition, it helps with immune support as well as ear and throat health.

Cranberry Lozenges Supplement HyalogicThe HA Cran Lozenge is a new urinary tract support supplement from Hyalogic. The natural mixed cranberry flavored lozenges melt in the mouth, delivering several nutrients without a need for water. Hyaluronic acid supports a healthy urinary tract lining, VitaCran cranberry powder supports healthy bladder function and vitamin C supports healthy immune function.

MBP Osteo with Calcium is available from Source Naturals. The natural protein complex MBP was recently discovered in trace amounts in milk. It is backed by human clinical studies for supporting healthy net bone formation. MBP appears to help the body use dietary calcium efficiently for bone formation.

Pharmavite, one of the U.S's largest manufacturers of vitamins, minerals, and dietary supplements, has acquired FoodState, makers of whole food supplements.

Northridge, CA—Pharmavite, one of the largest U.S. manufacturers of vitamins, minerals, and dietary supplements, has just acquired FoodState Inc.

Pittsburgh, PA—Michael G. Archbold, the new CEO and director of GNC, says shoppers may soon get a whole new shopping experience in stores.

Charlotte, NC—A coalition aimed at reversing the decline of omega-3 sales in the United States is moving forward with a national program.

Birmingham, UK—Healthcare professionals have long supported the use of folic acid supplementation during pregnancy to reduce the risk of neural tube defects, especially during the earliest stages of fetal development. Now, new research published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology suggests another reason for women to take folic acid before conception.