Plant protein sources—both novel and familiar—are set to win big with consumers this year.
Herbs & Botanicals
Curcumin—no longer merely a culinary spice or folk medicine, but an ingredient with a track record of research-backed health benefits—is set for another big year in 2018.
Caffeine's myriad benefits for body and brain make the alkaloid a consumer favorite.
Since its commercial debut in 2008, stevia has become an increasingly popular and natural way to sweeten beverages without calories.
The American Botanical Council and its partner organizations said that the new name better reflects the program’s “purpose and intent.”
The company received a patent for its HeezOn product, a blend of botanical ingredients that the company says boosts male sexual desire, performance, and satisfaction.
Results of the pre-clinical phase I study showed a “powerful biological synergy” attributable to the ingredients in Lycored's LycoInvision nutrient complex for vision health.
Per the bulletin, reports of ginkgo extract adulteration date back to 2003.
The newest research on blood sugar nutraceuticals is aimed at both at-risk and diabetic individuals where they shop: in the functional food aisle.
While quinoa has heretofore earned praise primarily for the full complement of amino acids that its protein comprises, the current study examined the benefits attributable to its rich store of phytochemicals.