Deerland Enzymes’ new Glutalytic is said to go “beyond the traditional DPPIV (dipeptidyl peptidase IV) enzyme” by offering a formula that degrades the gluten proteins that cause immune responses. This proteolytic enzyme blend targets the internal and external peptide bonds that make up the gluten protein.

Now available from Valensa International are Organic Spirulina Minis. The milder tasting, easy-to-swallow, smaller 200-mg dosage size of its Parry Orgainic Spirulina can help broaden consumer acceptance of spirulina, says the company, and is appropriate for children and seniors.

PowderPure from Food for Health International enables manufacturers to use high-quality fruit and vegetable powders without carriers. Says the company, “Instead of spray- or freeze-drying, our process removes water without disturbing the nutrition, color, flavor or aroma of the original fruit or vegetable, making PowderPure powders unique, carrier-free and competitively priced.”

News and notes from industry suppliers.

New from Sabinsa Corp. is MoringIn, a completely water-soluble standardized extract from the dried leaves of Moringa oleifera. The extract contains a minimum of 5% Rutin (a flavonoid glycoside). Moringa leaves are known to have a high content of protein, minerals, vitamins, essential amino acids and phytochemicals.  

Nutraceuticals International Group’s SelectSIEVE Olive is isolated from 100% Mediterranean Olive matrix through an eco-sustainable process. SelectSIEVE Olive offers highly concentrated flavonoids from the Olive, “universally recognized to decrease the risk of coronary heart disease, atherosclerosis, improve the LDL-HDL ratio and hepatic function to activate endogenous antioxidant enzymes.”

P.L. Thomas & Co., Inc. offers Vivid Harvest Whole Food Powders, made with a new technology that gently evaporates water without disturbing the active enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals or other phytonutrients. This process preserves the flavor, aroma, color and nutritional quality of the original materials. Twenty-five fruit- and 16 vegetable-based products are available.

Deerland Enzymes launched Dairylytic, a dual-functioning enzyme blend that offers lactase and a protease enzyme blend “developed solely for superior protein degradation.” The product is intended for those who experience digestive discomfort after eating dairy, but don’t respond to just lactase. Its combination of enzymes helps break down lactose and makes milk proteins that could cause an immune response easier to digest and absorb.

LycoRed’s new Lyc-O-Fem is a slow-release formulation that contains genistein (from sophora japonica) in a new proprietary composition for bone health. The combination also includes menopause-support ingredients and is the first in LycoRed’s new line of ingredients with slow-release technology. The product also includes tomato lycopene and an effective dose of vitamin D3.