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GOED discusses how our understanding of omega-3's role in human health has evolved over time.

Researchers found that most fish oil products on the market in New Zealand do meet regulatory limits for oxidation and label claims about EPA and DHA content.

A new review of 80 human trials investigates antioxidant supplement usage and benefits to irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease.

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

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