A new meta-analysis suggests consuming tree nuts may lower total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, and apolipoprotein B (ApoB), especially in populations with type-2 diabetes.
As part of the agreement, Naturex is licensing the right to utilize a proprietary European Union-approved health claim for this ingredient.
The following slides shine light on the latest mineral research, showing how much we’ve learned about minerals’ value, and how much we have yet to find out.
A look back at some of the year’s most impactful research on dietary supplement ingredients.
Vitamin K2, Pycnogenol, omega-3s, and other ingredients show potential for endothelial health in new research.
Experts say it’s only a matter of time until endothelial health achieves the breakout velocity it needs to make a difference to consumers and supplement marketers.
Omega-3 suppliers are now taking omega-3 concentrates for dietary supplements into near-pharmaceutical territory with concentrations up to 90%, including the first high-concentrate algae oil on the market.
Thrombosis (blood clotting) patients are often prescribed drug treatments, but there is also interest in nattokinase, an enzyme derived from fermented soybean food natto.
A new animal study suggests Vitamin K2 as MK-7 may inhibit calcification in the aorta and myocardium.
High protein intake may have as much of an effect on blood pressure as lifestyle risk factors such as salt intake, smoking, physical activity, and alcohol consumption, according to a new study.