Michael Crane is the former associate editor of Nutritional Outlook.
New Joint-Health Supplement Encapsulates Eggshell Membrane in Liposopheres
Biova, Aurora Nutrascience, and Vida Lifescience announce the release of ExoFlex, a new liposomal-encapsulated eggshell-membrane supplement.
Probiotic Consumption Enhances Cellular Immune Activity in Healthy Seniors?
New meta-analysis study results suggest DuPont's B. lactis HN019 probiotic may enhance natural-killer cell and polymorphonuclear function in healthy older adults.
Milk Thistle Extract Helps Inhibit Inflammation in Immune Cells?
Euromed has shared new study results suggesting its milk thistle extract may help suppress inflammation in immune cells, including in cells from HIV-positive subjects.
Velositol May Boost Whey Protein's Effect on Muscle Protein Synthesis
Nutrition 21's Velositol was found to double the rate of muscle protein synthesis when taken with whey protein, as compared to supplementing with whey protein alone.
Greater Calcium, Vitamin D Intake Could Save Billions in Healthcare Costs from Bone Fractures
A new analysis finds that more widespread use of calcium and vitamin D supplements could save nearly $4.3 billion per year in EU healthcare costs stemming from bone fractures caused by osteoporosis.
Chicory Root Fiber May Improve Bowel Regularity, Other Markers of Digestive Health
Beneo's Orafti inulin chicory root fiber showed promising digestive-health effects in three new studies on several markers of gut well-being.
Curcumin C3 Complex May Reduce Oxidative Stress in Diabetes Patients
New study results suggest Sabinsa's Curcumin C3 Complex combined with BioPerine may offer antioxidant benefits in patients with type II diabetes.
Plant-Based Milks Branching Out
From pistachios to peas, emerging ingredients for plant-based milks are opening the category up to additional applications and consumers.
Aker BioMarine Building New Krill Vessel
The new vessel for fishing Antarctic krill will be 130 meters long.
People with Arthritis More Likely to Take Dietary Supplements, Study Finds
A new study finds that 62.5% of U.S. adults with arthritis take at least one dietary supplement, compared to 49% of adults without arthritis who say the same.
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