Analysis of 25 vegetable and herb seedlings finds that these microgreens are in some ways much more nutritious than mature vegetables.
Clinical Trials: Will the Wrong Trial Design Make Your Dietary Supplement or Functional Food an Unregistered Drug?
Will the wrong trial design make your dietary supplement or functional food an unregistered drug?
Researchers claim this is the "first time proof" of sage's efficacy on menopausal hot flashes.
The researchers say the study shows that whole coffee fruit extracts may provide higher levels of CGA content compared to powder forms in part because processing.
Bioavailability is especially important for curcumin, which is notoriously difficult for the body to absorb. Standard curcumin is unstable at intestinal pH levels, resulting in rapid degradation. In addition, studies have shown that regular curcumin has a poor pharmacokinetic profile for oral absorption, a high rate of metabolic conjugation and reduction, as well as a tendency to be rapidly eliminated from the body, says Indena S.p.A. (Milan, Italy).
Iranian researchers witnessed a supportive effect of tomatoes on several blood markers in type 2 diabetes patients.
Science consultant John Wise, PhD; Herbalife’s Bill Frankos; and Virgo Publishing’s Jon Benninger were the 2010 recipients of the Council for Responsible Nutrition’s (CRN; Washington, DC) annual Apple Awards recognizing those who have made “considerable contributions” to the dietary supplements industry.