In the pilot study, MaxSimil increased omega-3 red blood cell levels, moderated the ratio of arachidonic acid (AA) to docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and reduced key inflammatory biomarkers in subjects with cystic fibrosis.
Sabinsa’s Probiotic, Cranberry, and Fenugreek Synbiotic Combinations Support Digestive Health in Two New Studies
The studies found that cranberry seed fiber and fenugreek are able to resist gastric acid and pancreatic enzyme hydrolysis, as well as to support the growth of probiotic bacteria Bacillus coagulans MTCC 5856 (Sabinsa’s LactoCran and LactoWise, respectively).
The new drug, Epidiolex, comprises cannabidiol (CBD), but does not contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the compound in marijuana that causes intoxication.
The bulletin discusses adulteration of turmeric root, turmeric extracts, and curcuminoids with related species, artificial colorants, and synthetic curcuminoids, and details analytical approaches to detect those adulterants.
Research has shown that astaxanthin can reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, improve lipid profiles, and promote better blood flow.
The need for quality assurance is more important in the dietary supplements industry than ever before. Here is a primer covering the basics of high-quality testing.
Results from the study indicate that a CoQ10 ingredient known commercially as MitoQ may help improve arterial stiffness and “reverse” arterial aging in older adults.
KaempMax, a Kaempferia parviflora ethanol extract, improved self-assessed sexual health in middle-aged men experiencing mild erectile dysfunction.
These men's health ingredients show promise in easing age-related prostate symptoms and supporting an overall healthy and active lifestyle.
The study results showed that even a low 2.5-g dosage of Naticol, with or without silicon, may visibly reduce signs of aging in skin in mature women.