To be classified as non-GMO, the enzymes must meet three criteria, the company says.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (Washington, DC) said in a recent press release that 73% of U.S. residents take multivitamins, but these products are not intended to be used as magic bullets in the prevention of serious diseases.
In their main analysis, researchers found no significant cognitive benefits in Norwegian preschool students fed a fatty fish lunch versus a non-fish meat lunch for 16 weeks; however, they detected slight benefits in a sub-analysis adjusted for dietary compliance.
Oroxylum indicum, an ingredient also known by the name midnight horror, may help alleviate symptoms of hyperglycemia associated with diabetes.
Mazza's PhytoClean solvent-free, water-based extraction technology will now benefit the production of Sensient’s natural and organic plant-based ingredients.
In a move sparked by a Greenpeace action campaign, Antarctic krill fisheries have agreed to cease fishing in sensitive areas of the Antarctic Ocean.
How Lifestyle Dietary Supplements Use Social Media Instead of Science on Packaging to Sell the Brand
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SureProtein Fast MPC 4868 is NZMP’s latest milk protein concentrate innovation.
The new SiMoGel gelatin ingredient is specifically designed for starchless molds and is aimed at producing functional and traditional gelatin-based gummies.
Fifty percent of wheat grown in the United States is exported.