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Michael Crane

Michael Crane

Associate Editor

Michael Crane joined Nutritional Outlook in 2015 as an associate editor. Coming from a background of reporting and editing for several community newspapers in the San Diego area, Michael is dedicated to covering the latest in research and regulations, with an ear toward the larger trends at play in the nutraceutical industry. He firmly believes that well-informed manufacturers lead to healthier and more empowered consumers, especially when it comes to dietary supplements. Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in English and World Literature from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA.

E-mail: michael.crane@ubm.com

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In a letter sent to President-Elect Trump this week, NPA details top priorities for the supplement industry, including maternal and child nutrition, regulating NDIs, enforcing against kratom products, and more.

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Two recent studies suggest that the inactive MGP, a vitamin K–dependent protein, is associated with cardiovascular stiffness in patients with diabetes or chronic kidney disease.

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The supplement product’s extensive marketing campaign for memory benefits is based on “false and unsubstantiated claims,” according to the FTC.

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The new guidelines propose a multitude of best practices for the labeling, storing, and stability testing of dietary supplements and functional foods that include probiotics.

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Researchers found especially significant reductions of CHD risk in populations with high triglycerides and high LDL cholesterol.

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Fruit d’Or Nutraceuticals and Complete Phytochemical Solutions share new study results that explore the bacteria-disrupting mechanism of action of cranberry proanthocyanidins (PACs).

From the stellar growth of boswellia and branched-chain amino acids, to declining sales of whey protein and valerian, here are the supplement ingredients that surprised market experts from SPINS this year.

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A recent study suggests cow’s milk containing only A2 beta-casein protein—instead of both A1 and A2 proteins—can increase glutathione concentrations in healthy adults.

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OmniActive’s Lutemax 2020 was found to improve overall skin tone and skin lightening in a new study of healthy adults with dry skin.

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Results of a new study suggest Gnosis’s Quatrefolic, combined with B vitamins, may reduce homocysteine serum levels in subjects with hypertensive risk.


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