Plexus Slim Hunger Control is a fiber-based ingredient that the company says boosts satiety and complements the company’s Slim Microbiome Activating supplement.
Personalized Digestive-Health Supplement Subscription Service Boosts Fiber, Improves Users’ Gut Health, Company Says
According to data from Carbiotix, nearly 100% of PersonalGut users reported improved gut health after four months of using the service; as many as 60% of users achieved “optimal gut health” during that period.
Applied Food Sciences says that PurTurmeric can be easily incorporated into a wide range of applications, without imparting unwanted textures or sedimentation.
Taiyo’s SunCran Naturelle ingredient, a combination of Fruit d’Or’s Cran Naturelle cranberry juice powder and Taiyo’s Sunfiber soluble guar fiber, was recognized for its ability to reduce gastrointestinal symptoms from functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
OmniActive’s Specialty Botanicals and Extracts Facility in Hosur, India, Receives GMP Registration from NSF International
The company’s Hosur, India, specialty botanicals and extracts division manufactures natural extracts including green coffee, valerian, turmeric, green tea, boswellia, fenugreek, and guarana, among other ingredients.
DuPont’s customers in Brazil can now use the claim “Bifidobacterium lactis HN019 may contribute to gastrointestinal health.”
Now Foods’ Natural Food, Personal Care, and Sports Products Receive Third-Party Quality, Purity Certifications
The company says that all of its personal care products are now UL (Underwriters Laboratories) ISO 22716:2007 certified for production and quality control. In addition, its entire line of natural foods is now UL Safe Quality Food (SQF) Level II certified, and its Now Sports products are now certified by Informed Sport/Informed Choice.
The new PowerMix Model PDM-10 mixer features an additional sawtooth blade on each disperser shaft, which the company says can double the shear input capacity of the mixer.
CRN pushed back on conclusions from a recent study indicating that a 20% tax on weight-loss dietary supplements could reduce purchases of “potentially dangerous diet pills” that the study authors say contribute to eating disorders and body dysmorphia in teens.
The Workshop: CRN’s Day of Science will take place on October 16; The Conference: CRN’s Annual Symposium for the Dietary Supplement Industry, will be held from October 16-19.