A new, preclinical study suggests that Wellmune may protect intestinal barrier function even in adults faced with stress, while also adding to our understanding of how the ingredient works with the body and its immune system.
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Meriva Curcumin Ingredient May Support Musculoskeletal Function During High-Impact Activity, New Study Suggests
Results from the newly released pilot study demonstrated that supplementation with curcumin delivered via a proprietary lecithin-based system may be a safe means of maintaining musculoskeletal function during intense, high-impact physical activities, even over a short course of supplementation.
Results of the study showed that supplementation with MSM, as a source of rapidly absorbed sulfur, can help spare the body’s stores of the amino acids cysteine and methionine.
According to the company, Enhanced Mobility is a supplement designed to address not only joint support, but exercise recovery and improved mobility, as well.
The #SARMsCanHarm toolkit for fitness organizations includes customizable flyers, newsletter material, and social media content featuring educational information on SARMs and how athletes can protect themselves from products containing the illicit ingredients.
Results from the pilot study showed that the high-DHA concentrate may indeed modulate human B-cell activity in middle-aged obese adults, but the study’s authors stressed the need for further testing in a larger cohort.
Results from two studies suggest that elderberry, with its constituent antioxidant flavonoids, may help strengthen prebiotic and probiotic formulations.
American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement Highlights Key Nutrients for Early Childhood Nutrition
The policy statement petitions pediatricians to go beyond simply recommending a “good diet” for their young patients to ensuring that pregnant women and children have access foods that supply adequate levels of brain-building nutrients like protein, zinc, iron, folate, iodine, long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, and the vitamins A, D, B6, B12, and choline.
Impressive 2017 sales for vitamin K2 indicate that bone health superstar is in for another big year.
Plant protein sources—both novel and familiar—are set to win big with consumers this year.