New from Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems is PhytoKinetic Calcium, a calcium sourced from marine algae (AlgaeCal). The supplement offers 750 ml of USDA organic-certified calcium per serving. According to the firm, “PhytoKinetic Calcium provides over 70 naturally co-occurring minerals that support bone mineral density, enhance healthy bone formation and contribute to increased energy, cellular performance and electrolyte balance.”

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition recently printed two separate articles that cover the mechanisms through which amino acids affect protein synthesis.

Fish Oil Brain

Paris, France—Taking fish oil supplements may change the physical structure of the brain, according to research presented at the International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease, located here.

Gainesville, FL—Published research analyzed by the University of Florida suggests that resveratrol, a polyphenol found in grapes and other fruits, may support healthy aging. A review article published online in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research investigated thousands of laboratory tests with enzymes, animals and cultured cells to probe the effects that resveratrol has on humans.

East Rutherford, NJ—A paper published in the Journal of Medicinal Foods provides evidence that Maitake D-Fraction, a proprietary extract of the Maitake mushroom developed by Mushroom Wisdom, Inc., induces apoptosis in human breast cancer cells.

How much do you really know about the thyroid? If asked to gesture toward its location inside your body, would you point, correctly, to the front of your neck? Especially given its importance as a hormone and metabolism regulator, the thyroid gland is perhaps too little understood by the general public.

A simple multivitamin delivers much of the nutrition a person’s body needs, but it might be insufficient for eye health. Studies show that higher than average levels of vitamins and minerals are needed to make a true impact on visual acuity. Thus, nutrition stores should offer eye care supplements since most people’s diets and multivitamins won’t be enough to improve their eye health.

Green Formula 1, Sugar Fighter from GreenSilk, LLC offers a natural alternative for fighting high blood sugar in type II diabetics, as well as benefitting related conditions like high cholesterol and artery deficiencies, according to the company. The Kosher Certified formulation utilizes an extract of the mulberry leaf, combined with other natural herbs, to help lower blood glucose levels. Mulberry leaf extract also contains antioxidants, protein, iron, calcium, vitamin A, C and the B family of vitamins.

Trace Minerals Research has just unveiled 30-count Greens Pak, easy-to-mix packets in chocolate flavor. The product is a phyto-nutrient powder containing super fruits, raw whole foods, vegetables, enzymes, probiotics along with plant extracts and fiber. Greens Pak offers 6000+ORAC per serving and is certified vegan. It also contains ConcenTrace, zero preservatives, dairy, MSG or artificial flavors and colors.

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