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Researchers in Brazil have found that celiac patients taking a probiotic yogurt may experience a significant increase in gut levels of bifidobacteria.

Recent study results suggest a blend of six probiotic strains may beneficially affect tryptophan-kynurenine metabolism in athletes and reduce incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.

Study participants consumed either a cookie made with Versafibe 1490 or a placebo.

A study recently published in the British Journal of Dermatology shows that both a lycopene-rich tomato nutrient complex (TNC) and lutein may protect skin against UVA/B and UVA1 radiation at a molecular level.

Supplementation both protected elderly subjects against upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) and reduced the duration of any URTIs that did occur.

Brands are launching more and more oral and topical natural products in the skin health category thanks to the volume of science available to support their efficacy. 

A new study suggests MSPrebiotic, a resistant starch, supports and increases endogenous Bifidobacteria levels in the gut in both elderly and middle-age people.

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