Recent research in the eye health industry is paving the way for new supplement options.
A new pilot study published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine evaluated the effects of turmeric and curcumin on gut microbiota.
The Supplement OWL registry adapts to support other self regulatory endeavors and accommodate business
The Council for Responsible Nutrition says its Supplement Online Wellness Library (OWL) registry for dietary supplement products continues to evolve as the trade group sees opportunities for growth and improvement.
WADA-banned ingredient higenamine present in “unpredictable” quantities in some sports and weight loss supplements, study finds
In a new study published in Clinical Toxicology, researchers analyzed higenamine-containing dietary supplements, noting that higenamine was present in these products at unpredictable quantities and with inaccurate label information.
The need is growing to support senior health with products targeting healthy aging.
How sensory mapping can help match the optimal plant protein source with the right product application.
CV Sciences launched a hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) gummy product from its PlusCBD Oil brand.
Christen Davis of Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition recently talked to Nutritional Outlook about how her company has implemented QbD, what it entails, and how this model can benefit all dietary supplement manufacturers.
Omega-3 supplementation improved immune function in GI cancer patients post-surgery, says meta-analysis
Post-surgical immune function as well as recovery outcomes improved for GI cancer patients after short-term omega-3 supplementation, according to meta-analysis.
The Standardized Information on Dietary Ingredients (SIDI) Work Group released an updated SIDI Protocol in September.
While sports nutrition products remain the top market category for digestive enzymes, data show that digestive enzymes are branching off into more categories.
Herbal dietary supplement sales saw their strongest sales growth in more than 15 years in 2017, according to new figures out from the HerbalGram Herb Market Report published by the American Botanical Council.
The word pineapple was coined in the mid-17th century due to the fruit's resemblance to a pine cone.
Read about the rise of kefir and kombucha