Researchers have found that 2000 mg/day of curcumin may provide vascular endothelial benefits to adults aged 45–74 years.
Herbs & Botanicals
Today’s energy drink makers are inspired not only by botanical ingredients but also botanical flavors.
Which botanical ingredients are giving energy drinks that zing?
The following are several ingredients that should be of particular interest to energy supplement manufacturers.
Some of the most popular and effective natural preservatives available include rosemary extract, neem oil, citrus oils, citric acid, grapeseed extract, and buffered vinegar.
As the 2018 deadline nears for U.S. food manufacturers to remove partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) from their products, PHO-replacement ingredients will be at the center of the conversation.
A new pre-clinical animal study suggests Unigen’s Romatol may have potential for alleviating symptoms of arthritis.
The researchers performed three types of studies post-oral ingestion in Wistar rats: acute, sub-acute, and chronic toxicity.
LabDoor reports on green tea findings.
In Europe, confectioners are increasingly turning to fruit and vegetable concentrates as natural flavors, colorants, and ingredients overall.