Will a widening audience give energy products staying power?
Kimberly J. Decker
A meta-analysis recently published in the World of Gastroenterology strengthens previous conclusions about the capacity of ibSium, a yeast supplement from Lesaffre Human Care, to alleviate symptoms of gastrointestinal disorder.
A clinical study demonstrated that the HolisFit polyphenol supplement ingredient improves measures of mental and physical wellbeing in overweight and slightly obese volunteers.
According to the company, both studies, not published, were conducted at Rutgers University using peer-reviewed and published methods.
FDA’s latest request for comment regarding Current Good Manufacturing Practices in Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements, released April 19, “vastly understates” the industry's expenditure, says an NPA press release.
The process patent lets Applied Food Sciences create a highly water-soluble energy ingredient.
A pilot study showed that a supplement containing EVTene, a mixed-carotenoid complex, effectively modulated abdominal adiposity and levels of cell-signaling proteins known as adipokines in obese children.
Plus, advancing science to find new ways to measure cranberry’s key actives
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