Garden of Life now offers Kind Organics, a multivitamin that is USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO Verified and made from real, honest, nutritious foods. The line includes gender- and age-specific formulas, as well as targeted nutrients to meet shoppers’ needs.

New from Barlean’s is Tonalin CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) Swirl, which has the taste and texture of a fruit smoothie (all-natural Fresh Apple flavor) and is naturally sweetened with xylitol. Users are recommended to take 2 tsp. twice daily to help achieve/maintain ideal fitness and health. Tonalin CLA Swirl is gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, and contains no artificial flavors or colors.

Vitalah now offers non-GMO formulas for its effervescent multivitamin, Oxylent. It contains Albion minerals, vitamin C, vitamin D, SOD and unique micronutrients in absorbable drink form. The product delivers nutrients without sugar, GMOs, gluten, artificial additives, preservatives, dairy, soy, caffeine, binders or anti-caking agents. It is sweetened with natural stevia.

Not long ago, access to natural dietary supplements, gluten-free foods and organic produce in the Midwestern United States was extremely limited. It was here, in an area mainly barren of these options for health and wellness, where Barbara Hoffmann and her husband, John, decided to build an oasis for natural products shoppers.

Bone health is not only the concern of women and those advanced in years. People of all ages should be aware of the need to build strong bones and should be educated about preventing problems down the road. Over 200 million people worldwide are affected by osteoporosis, according to market research cited by Tracy Kreider, N.D., senior national product educator for Country Life, Hauppauge, NY. The world’s aging population will create a further need for supplements, as well as fortified beverages and foods, to bridge the bone health nutrition gap (1).

Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., addressed the Ingredient Marketplace crowd in early June with a presentation entitled, “There and Back Again.” Reflecting upon his time as the director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) division of dietary supplements, Fabricant, now executive director and CEO of the Natural Products Association (NPA), offered insight into FDA’s current thinking on dietary supplements and what could be on the agency’s radar for the future.

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Washington, D.C.—Television personality Mehmet Oz, M.D., testified in Capitol Hill on June 17, in front of a senate panel investigating how to protect consumers from false and deceptive advertising of weight-loss products.

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Washington, D.C.— Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) has cosigned the Designer Anabolic Steroid Act (DASCA), legislation designed to give the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) authority to place designer anabolic steroids in the Drug Enforcement Schedules quicker.