The newest research on blood sugar nutraceuticals is aimed at both at-risk and diabetic individuals where they shop: in the functional food aisle.
From skin benefits to digestive system support, aloe has much to offer.
According to the study authors, this is the first study to “comprehensively characterize the physiological responses to slowly digestible starch…in in vitro and in vivo studies.”
As consumer demand for natural ingredients continues to grow, lesser–known botanicals, backed by millennia-old healing traditions and supported by contemporary research, are poised to steal the spotlight in 2018.
First Evidence Sabinsa’s Curcumin Reduces Lipoprotein(a) Associated with Bad Cholesterol in Type 2 Diabetes
In the study, performed in subjects with type 2 diabetes, Sabinsa’s Curcumin C3 Complex together with its BioPerine bioavailability booster demonstrated, for the first time, a reduction in lipoprotein(a), a “protective armor” of LDL cholesterol.
Research shows that even moderate cocoa consumption may benefit heart, brain, and skin health.
Added sugars are in the crosshairs of FDA’s revised Nutrition Facts label. Here’s how companies are cutting the sugar.
Study participants consumed either a cookie made with Versafibe 1490 or a placebo.
GOED discusses how our understanding of omega-3's role in human health has evolved over time.
Last spring, the European Commission authorized an Article 13.5 health claim linking chicory-root-fiber ingredients inulin and oligofructose with improved blood glucose levels. Now, the scientific study on which the health claim petition was based has been published in the European Journal of Nutrition.