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From the stellar growth of boswellia and branched-chain amino acids, to declining sales of whey protein and valerian, here are the supplement ingredients that surprised market experts from SPINS this year.

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The boswellia extract was found to significantly improve knee pain in healthy adults in a new study, possibly by inhibiting secretion of hyaluronic acid into the blood.

New studies on arthritis, multiple sclerosis, heart disease, and hearing

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Bergstrom Nutrition’s branded MSM ingredient now carries the ISO 9001:2015 certification.

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TSI Group Ltd. says its new GlucosaGreenDF avoids the supply challenges of glucosamine sourced from shellfish-derived chitin, in addition to providing vegetarian-friendly options.

As glucosamine and chondroitin sales struggle in the U.S., some of those lost dollars are now being taken up both by other familiar joint-health ingredients and lesser-known alternatives (like botanicals).

Can natural supplements be as effective as drugs—or at least complementary?


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