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.
OmniActive’s Lutemax 2020 was found to improve overall skin tone and skin lightening in a new study of healthy adults with dry skin.
Results of a new study suggest Gnosis’s Quatrefolic, combined with B vitamins, may reduce homocysteine serum levels in subjects with hypertensive risk.
A new survey commissioned by PR agency Ingredient Communications found as many as 73% of consumers are willing to pay a higher retail price for food or beverage products made with ingredients they recognize.
Eric Steenstra, executive director of the Hemp Industries Association, says the news that the DEA is creating a new drug code for marijuana extracts has “been blown completely out of proportion.”
A new study in obese and normal-weight mice suggests Bifodan’s proprietary probiotic strain Lactobacillus rhamnosus PB01 may lessen pain sensitivity.
Children aged 3–10 supplementing with BLIS K12 experienced fewer episodes of streptococcal pharyngitis, flu, laryngitis, and other negative oral-health episodes.
The DEA clarified last week that hemp CBD does indeed fall into Schedule I drug classification of the Controlled Substances Act.
Full-fledged vegetarians may be the most loyal consumers of meat-replacement products, but part-time vegetarians, or flexitarians, offer huge opportunities for market growth. Can today's meat substitutes win them over?
With 2016 nearly over, we look back on our most popular stories of the year.