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Strong sales growth and promising research make boswellia and turmeric two of the most promising Ayurvedic herbs to watch this year.

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Researchers found that NEM significantly improved several markers of inflammation in rats with collagen-induced rheumatoid arthritis.

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Two recent studies suggest that the inactive MGP, a vitamin K–dependent protein, is associated with cardiovascular stiffness in patients with diabetes or chronic kidney disease.

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Researchers found especially significant reductions of CHD risk in populations with high triglycerides and high LDL cholesterol.

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Fruit d’Or Nutraceuticals and Complete Phytochemical Solutions share new study results that explore the bacteria-disrupting mechanism of action of cranberry proanthocyanidins (PACs).

The authors of a new study published in Pediatrics state that teenagers may not get the advice they need in order to use these supplements properly.

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A recent study suggests cow’s milk containing only A2 beta-casein protein—instead of both A1 and A2 proteins—can increase glutathione concentrations in healthy adults.

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