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Organic Food Has Higher Antioxidants, Says Largest Comparative Study to Date

This meta-analysis now throws the biggest support to date for the demand spike for organic foods.


Biggest Mistake Drug, Supplement Researchers Make: Ignoring Women

Will the current push for sex-specific analysis in pharma research inspire changes for dietary supplements, too?


Can Turmeric Help With Digestive Disorders?

Canadian researchers are planning an extensive review of applicable turmeric studies.


New Tactic for Weight Management: Blood Sugar Control

Controlling blood sugar is a newer tactic for weight management.

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Vitamin D and Brain Health: Smart Ways to Think about Vitamin D

Vitamin D is not a magic bullet; it is, however, an essential nutrient for many bodily functions—including the brain’s.

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St. Jude Looks to Natural Products Research for Children’s Cancer

Ingredients supplier ChromaDex will make its extensive ingredient library available to St. Jude for research.

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Fierce Debate over Zeaxanthin Isomers

A French government report raised questions about meso-zeaxanthin safety and sparked renewed debate over zeaxanthin isomers.


Yerba Mate Drinks Can Have Lots of Rutin

Brazilian researchers decide on optimum steeping conditions for maintaining the rutin compounds in yerba mate drinks.