Mythocondro, a non-animal-sourced chondroitin sulfate ingredient from Gnosis S.p.A. (Desio, Italy), has received a “no objections” response from FDA for Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status for safe use in food and beverage.
AIDP is now an exclusive U.S. distributor of Weishardt International’s Naticol, a marine Type I collagen peptide ingredient for joint and skin health.
China-based chondroitin sulfate supplier Yantai Dongcheng Biochemical Company, Ltd., announced the Thai-based company it recently acquired, Sino Siam Biotechnique Co., also a manufacturer of chondroitin sulfate, has earned USP certification.
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A new analysis finds that more widespread use of calcium and vitamin D supplements could save nearly $4.3 billion per year in EU healthcare costs stemming from bone fractures caused by osteoporosis.
A new study finds that 62.5% of U.S. adults with arthritis take at least one dietary supplement, compared to 49% of adults without arthritis who say the same.
New research out of Mexico suggests calcium from Opuntia ficus indica may be effective at improving several markers of bone health in rats.
A new meta-analysis of more than 25 studies provides evidence that vitamin D supplementation may be beneficial to immune health.
Subjects consuming the bioactive collagen peptides demonstrated statistically significant improvements in activity-related pain intensity.
Researchers found the postmenopausal women with hyperparathyroidism and vitamin D deficiency had lower bone mineral density than women with sufficient levels of vitamin D.