A recently published animal study found that supplementation with a patented pterostilbene, Silbinol from Sabinsa Corp., had cardioprotective properties in subjects.
OmegaQuant is giving consumers a way to measure omega-3 content—and a reason to take supplements.
An animal study found that vitamin K2 as MK-7 boosts nitric oxide (NO) to improve NO-dependent endothelial function.
Living up to its reputation as “The Golden Spice,” turmeric shines in new studies on liver function, memory, cholesterol, and sperm quality.
A recent double-blind, randomized, and single equivalent dose study found that a self-micro-emulsifying drug delivery system (SMEDDS) called AquaCelle increased the absorption of CoQ10.
Retail channels for dietary supplements: Brick-and-mortar sales growing but still outpaced by online sales
Market researcher IRI provided its insight on which retail channels for dietary supplements are growing, or shrinking, at CRN’s The Conference.
Record number of U.S. adults are taking dietary supplements, with confidence in the safety, quality, and efficacy of supplements remaining steady—and high, CRN poll shows
With more U.S. adults taking dietary supplements than ever before, continued consumer confidence in the safety, quality, and efficacy of supplements will remain of utmost importance to those with stakes in the industry.
Could a new, sustained-release version of CarnoSyn beta-alanine be the next big ingredient in healthy aging? SupplySide West 2019 report
At October’s SupplySide West trade show, NAI made a big splash with a new version of CarnoSyn called SR CarnoSyn. SR CarnoSyn is a patented, slow-release version of CarnoSyn that NAI says focuses on the healthy aging market and not on athletes.
DolCas Bioetech LLC is launching Bergacyn, a blend of botanical extracts from Italian bergamot citrus fruit (Citrus bergamia) and the wild-crafted Italian artichoke thistle leaf (Cynara cardunculus sylvestris).
Consumer demand is bringing black seed into the mainstream. Here are some of the studies on its functions driving growth.