Benicia, CA—The use of undenatured type II collagen is well known to benefit those with long-term joint discomfort. Now, new research from the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition says it might be helpful to healthy individuals after exercise.
SupplySide West drew 12,000 industry members November 12–16 in Las Vegas, NV. According to show organizers, this marks a 11% increase in attendance. A main attraction of the event was featured speaker Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., director of the Division of Dietary Supplement Programs at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Fabricant spoke about several regulatory issues like good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and warning letters.
Hoboken, NJ—Nearly anyone who has experienced the miserable sore throat, stuffy nose and congestion from a cold wants the symptoms to subside as quickly as possible. Now, new research from Otorrinolaringología suggests a branded extract from the French maritime pine bark (Pycnogenol, distributed by Horphag Research, with U.S. headquarters here) may help.
Sabinsa Corporation wrapped up its 2013 Sabinsa on Wheels series at the beginning of October, with a Weehawken, NJ event. This day-long educational event for its East Coast customers featured several speakers from the Sabinsa team, who spoke about the company and the science behind its proprietary dietary supplement ingredients.
Eagan, MN—Serious athletes who partake in long vigorous exercise (like marathoners) often experience impaired immune function after strenuous physical activity. Researchers now believe that a branded baker’s yeast beta-glucan (BG, Wellmune WGP from Biothera, based here) may help.
Cancer patients undergoing certain types of radiation treatment are prone to developing radiation-induced heart disease, especially when the heart is in the radiation area. A group led by researchers from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences recently examined whether taking both vitamin E a-tocopherol (as Tocomin SupraBio, from Carotech, with U.S. headquarters in Edison, NJ) and a drug called pentoxifylline (PTX) could help.