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More Evidence that Lecithin Delivery System Boosts Boswellia Bioavailability

Boswellic acids have historically been shown to be poorly bioavailable when ingested orally.

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L-Citrulline/L-Arginine Combination May Improve Circulation: Animal Study

The combination of the two amino acids may improve acute nitric oxide bioavailability more than either would by itself.

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Krill Oil Offers Higher Omega-3 Bioavailability than Fish Oil, Krill Meal, Study Suggests

The idea that krill oil has higher bioavailability than fish oil may be true, but new research suggests we need a different theory to explain why.

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Immune-Health Supplements: Supporting Innate and Adaptive Immunity

What are the innate and adaptive immune systems, and how can supplements support both of them?

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KeVita promotes its new Cleansing Probiotic Tonic simply as “brimming with power

Probiotics Opening New Doors

Probiotics turn to new marketing platforms.

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Lutein and Zeaxanthin Benefit Young and Old Alike

AREDS2 highlighted the importance of lutein and zeaxanthin for AMD, but recent studies also show benefits for younger populations.

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Cold Crusher, Urban Remedy’s latest turmeric drink, debuted last fall.

Next Stop: Turmeric Beverages

But the popular ingredient poses certain challenges for formulators

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Whey Protein May Preserve Lean Muscle during Weight Loss

A new study suggests whey protein is more effective than soy protein or carbohydrates at preserving muscle mass during a low-calorie diet.

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Global Probiotic Trend Update

Keep your eye on expected performers as well as the unexpected, such as opportunities in oral care and household cleaners, says Mintel.

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Omega-3 Intake Shows “No Overall Association” with Prostate Cancer, According to New Study

The latest meta-analysis is another rebuke to the much-criticized 2013 prostate cancer study that took a toll on the omega-3 market.

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