Naturex highlighted its new Sweoat range of oat beta-glucans, its Aronox aronia berry extract, and its acerola cherry–derived vitamin C, all of which the company says have applications in the heart-health space.
Dietary Supplement Associations Defend the Value of Vitamins, Minerals for Heart Health Following Negative American College of Cardiology Study
The meta-analysis found that folic acid and B vitamins have only minimal protective benefits for cardiovascular disease and stroke, respectively.
Veri-te resveratrol supplier, Evolva, says that investing in innovative delivery systems, plus new science, will be key to growing the market.
Results from recent clinical studies suggest that Euromed’s pomegranate extract, Pomanox, possesses a variety of health benefits related to healthy aging.
AIDP will distribute Kappa Bioscience’s patented vitamin K2 MK-7 Ingredient, K2Vital, to the U.S. dietary supplements market.
Research highlights turmeric’s benefits for blood sugar support.
Device to Measure Consumers’ Aortic Stiffness May Also Provide Vitamin K2 Market Opportunities, Says NattoPharma at Natural Products Expo West 2018
Company representatives from NattoPharma spoke with Nutritional Outlook about how the company plans to raise consumer and industry awareness about vitamin K2 for cardiovascular health through research initiatives, as well as through a new iHeart device that measures a user’s “internal age,” or aortic stiffness.
The sports drinks market is continuing to diversify, with consumers driving demand for healthier sports drinks products. This demand for healthy drinks—coupled with growing niches that have very specific functional needs—is likely to open up new opportunities for brands that fine-tune their formulations and marketing in response.
Aker BioMarine Targets Younger Krill-Oil Customers and Athletes with New Triathlete Study and Research Initiative, Announced at Natural Products Expo West 2018
Aker BioMarine (Oslo, Norway) debuted promising new pilot-study data at last week’s Natural Products Expo West trade show, examining the benefits of the company’s Superba Boost krill oil concentrate for recovery of triathletes following high-intensity exercise.
Results from the pilot study showed that the high-DHA concentrate may indeed modulate human B-cell activity in middle-aged obese adults, but the study’s authors stressed the need for further testing in a larger cohort.