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Last spring, the European Commission authorized an Article 13.5 health claim linking chicory-root-fiber ingredients inulin and oligofructose with improved blood glucose levels. Now, the scientific study on which the health claim petition was based has been published in the European Journal of Nutrition.

With the global astaxanthin market projected to reach $1.1 billion by 2020, scientists are doubling down on research in new health areas.

A meta-analysis recently published in the World of Gastroenterology strengthens previous conclusions about the capacity of ibSium, a yeast supplement from Lesaffre Human Care, to alleviate symptoms of gastrointestinal disorder.

New studies on krill oil, egg phospholipids, and phospholipid-based curcumin

A clinical study demonstrated that the HolisFit polyphenol supplement ingredient improves measures of mental and physical wellbeing in overweight and slightly obese volunteers.

According to the company, both studies, not published, were conducted at Rutgers University using peer-reviewed and published methods.

New meta-analysis study results suggest DuPont's B. lactis HN019 probiotic may enhance natural-killer cell and polymorphonuclear function in healthy older adults.

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