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Michael Crane

Michael Crane

Michael Crane is the former associate editor of Nutritional Outlook.

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Dietary recommendations based on DNA testing have industry buzzing, but other forms of personalized nutrition may be better poised to deliver real insights.

A new study suggests that obese individuals supplementing with a particular probiotic strain may have greater appetite control and other beneficial behaviors linked to weight management.

A new animal study suggests pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) supplementation may stimulate osteoblastic bone formation and inhibit osteoclastic bone resorption.

Researchers in Brazil have found that celiac patients taking a probiotic yogurt may experience a significant increase in gut levels of bifidobacteria.

Recent study results suggest a blend of six probiotic strains may beneficially affect tryptophan-kynurenine metabolism in athletes and reduce incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.

A new study suggests MSPrebiotic, a resistant starch, supports and increases endogenous Bifidobacteria levels in the gut in both elderly and middle-age people.

Quicksilver Scientific’s liposomal delivery systems star in three new launches, including a liquid multivitamin, an energy supplement, and a hemp CBD serum.

A new review of 80 human trials investigates antioxidant supplement usage and benefits to irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease.

Biova, Aurora Nutrascience, and Vida Lifescience announce the release of ExoFlex, a new liposomal-encapsulated eggshell-membrane supplement.

New meta-analysis study results suggest DuPont's B. lactis HN019 probiotic may enhance natural-killer cell and polymorphonuclear function in healthy older adults.


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