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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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A recent study suggests cow’s milk containing only A2 beta-casein protein—instead of both A1 and A2 proteins—can increase glutathione concentrations in healthy adults.

In a letter to FDA last week, 32 members of Congress asked the agency to find some other name for non-dairy milks.

Full-fledged vegetarians may be the most loyal consumers of meat-replacement products, but part-time vegetarians, or flexitarians, offer huge opportunities for market growth. Can today's meat substitutes win them over?

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DuPont Nutrition & Health shares new research results finding both whey protein alone or a blend of whey and soy proteins may help curb muscle loss in older men.

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Lesaffre Human Care says its new Lynside ProteYn line of yeast proteins offers a competitive nutritional profile to proteins from dairy and plant sources.

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The new Nutrilac WheyHi ingredient reduces the risk of fouling in ready-to-drink whey beverages, Arla says.

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