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The new Laboratory Guidance Document from the nonprofit Botanical Adulterants Program is said to be the first detailed review of laboratory analytical methods of identifying synthetic compounds in grapefruit seed extract products.

What promise does nutrigenetics hold for weight-management dietary supplements?

Researchers at the University of Georgia recently found that lutein and zeaxanthin isomers may help to lower psychological stress levels and reduce serum cortisol.

In a clinical study, the ingredient Fortetropin was shown to reduce serum myostatin levels while increasing muscle size and mass.

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is often an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease. In this study, researchers found that ashwagandha root may improve memory as well as executive function, attention, and information-processing speed in subjects with MCI.

A new canine study shows that Lonza’s Carniking L-carnitine aids dogs’ exercise performance and recovery.

A new study suggests that obese individuals supplementing with a particular probiotic strain may have greater appetite control and other beneficial behaviors linked to weight management.

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