caffeine liver

Singapore—International researchers at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and Duke University School of Medicine have found that increased caffeine intake may be beneficial to those with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

With technology changing almost daily, we’ve noticed most manufacturers are falling behind, unaware of all of the new functions and tools now available for Mobile BI. 

aloe safety

Washington, D.C.—Oral aloe vera has many beneficial properties, but the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), based here, recently gave aloe vera an “avoid” rating in its Chemical Cuisine food additives guide.

Silver Spring, MD; San Diego, CA—A new guidance document that details the formulating and marketing of organic dietary supplements under the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) has been released by The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) and Quality Assurance International (QAI).

WholeFoods Publisher Heather Wainer just return from observing a vitamin distribution in Peru. Hear her speak from the heart about why she supports Vitamin Angels and what she learned from her amazing experience in Peru. posted 8/29/13

supplement sales

Harleysville, PA; Austin, TX—Two interweaving studies have been released that examine not only which natural supplements are growing in sales and popularity, but also who is buying them and their motivations for doing so.

QR codes have been around for some time now, but still haven’t caught on We explore why the pixelated squares aren’t a hit, and how they could be.

nancy trent

Trend watching from  this summer’s Outdoor Retailer trade show in Salt Lake City.

bones vitamin d

Berkeley, CA—A new study reports that vitamin D deficiency may decrease bone quality as well as density, increasing the risk of fracture.