Like the new school lunch, children’s dietary supplements can help fill nutrient gaps.
Phospholipid brain-health dietary supplements can be the foundation of a healthy mind.
Biodiversity can help ensure the sustainability of the planet’s food supplies in the presence of a growing population.
Looking for the next beauty trend? Look for nutricosmetic ingredients that can be used topically.
Are shoppers ready to embrace some of the most advanced functional food concepts?
Options for omega fatty acids are growing as supply diversifies.
In the midst of the well-publicized legal fight between POM Wonderful (Los Angeles) and the FTC, there appears to be some good news—for the larger dietary supplements industry, at least.
FDA may support “reasonable steps” to decrease exposure to bisphenol A (BPA)—but when it comes to banning the chemical outright, the agency isn’t quite ready to go there.
On March 30, FDA rejected a 2008 citizens’ petition from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to ban BPA in human food and food packaging. BPA touches the lives of millions and is present in more than 90% of humans, says Bryan Walsh, who wrote an article in Time magazine titled “Why the FDA Hasn’t Banned Potentially Toxic BPA (Yet).”
When a multinational giant acquires a small independent, there will be some protest. But when the independent is a beloved natural-products company—and one that has cultivated its identity and loyal fan base around a mission of healing—expect protests to be louder.
Yes, we want to give our pets supplements. But can a pet benefit from a dietary supplement the same way we can?