Researchers observed improvements to metabolism, blood sugar, and appetite control after just three days of participants consuming bread made from barley kernels.
Previous research has found ashwagandha may improve sexual function in men, but a new study suggests women may experience similar benefits.
Researchers found Kamut khorasan wheat produced significant improvements to key blood markers in type 2 diabetes patients.
Industry, take note! Dietary supplements of all stripes (herbal, botanical, vitamins, minerals, marine-based, and others) are the subjects of numerous NIH research studies and clinical trials this year.
A preliminary animal study suggests lycopene may help prevent bone loss associated with aging.
New stability data on Sabinsa’s LactoSpore suggests the probiotic retains viability in baked foods, peanut butter, coffee, chocolate fudge, vegetable oil, and more.
Synthetic Galacto-oligoosaccharide Shows Anti-Inflammatory Effect Similar to Human Milk, Study Suggests
Researchers say it is the first time a synthetic GOS complex has been shown to have an anti-inflammatory intestinal effect that is functionally similar to human milk.
Echinacea leads the pack with strong clinical and consumer support. Here's the latest.
A new meta-analysis suggests omega-3 supplement consumption is associated with a 58% decrease in the likelihood of early preterm birth.
Researchers have found that 2000 mg/day of curcumin may provide vascular endothelial benefits to adults aged 45–74 years.