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In 2017, probiotic-industry leaders are taking steps to protect their market position by ensuring that bad actors aren’t misleading consumers with mislabeled products.

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Adaptogenic herbs like ashwagandha are making waves in supplement products for stress relief with support from recent research.

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Axim Biotech announces that its CanChew Plus CBD gum will be the subject of a new human clinical trial on irritable bowel syndrome.

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Sabinsa’s multi-enzyme complex shows potential for a new sports-related application in a recent study.

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Strong sales growth and promising research make boswellia and turmeric two of the most promising Ayurvedic herbs to watch this year.

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Researchers found that NEM significantly improved several markers of inflammation in rats with collagen-induced rheumatoid arthritis.

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Two recent studies suggest that the inactive MGP, a vitamin K–dependent protein, is associated with cardiovascular stiffness in patients with diabetes or chronic kidney disease.

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