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PQQ May Prevent Osteoporosis from Testosterone Deficiency in Animal Study
A new animal study suggests pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) supplementation may stimulate osteoblastic bone formation and inhibit osteoclastic bone resorption.
Probiotic Consumption Improves Bifidobacteria Content in Celiac Patients?
Researchers in Brazil have found that celiac patients taking a probiotic yogurt may experience a significant increase in gut levels of bifidobacteria.
Multi-Species Probiotic May Support Immune Health in Athletes
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.
A Resistant Starch Improves Short-Term Blood Sugar Management in New Study
Study participants consumed either a cookie made with Versafibe 1490 or a placebo.
Lycopene and Lutein Supplements May Protect Skin against Solar Damage
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.
Beta-Glucan Supports Senior Immune Health in New Study
Supplementation both protected elderly subjects against upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) and reduced the duration of any URTIs that did occur.
Beauty Ingredients: New Research, Both for Topical and Oral Applications
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.
Resistant Starch from Potatoes Offers Benefits to Gut Microbiome?
A new study suggests MSPrebiotic, a resistant starch, supports and increases endogenous Bifidobacteria levels in the gut in both elderly and middle-age people.
Omega-3 Discoveries: New Lipids, New Benefits
GOED discusses how our understanding of omega-3's role in human health has evolved over time.
GOED Leads Study Finding New Zealand Fish Oil Products Meet Label Claims
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.