Nutritional Outlook looks at a few standout natural ingredients for which sexual health research continues to evolve.
A recently published double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical study found that supplementation with KSM-66 ashwagandha root extract supports sleep quality and quantity.
For athletes and sports enthusiasts, there may be another good reason to drink beer: because beer—specifically nonalcoholic beer and the malt it contains—may help to enhance exercise-related performance, energy, and recovery.
Arjuna Natural Pvt. Ltd. announced the results of a new study – currently under peer-review – that demonstrates the analgesic activity of its proprietary blend of three botanicals called Rhuleave-K.
The study, expected to be published in November, shows that Turmacin significantly decreased measures of pain following exercise.
Jiaherb Inc. has partnered with the standards-setting organization USP to sponsor and validate a monograph for feverfew extract (Tanacetum parthenium L.), with plans to further support standards-setting activities for other botanicals.
A study recent published in Food Research International found that supplementation with the branded probiotic Ganeden BC30 significantly reduced the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection symptoms and gastrointestinal tract symptoms.
A study recently published in Physiology & Behavior found that a dietary supplement ingredient designed to support eye health called Lutemax 2020 from OmniActive Health Technologies also supports cognitive health.
As the digestive category evolves and becomes more sophisticated, the notion—and exploration—of prebiotic supplementation is becoming much more selective in terms of targeting specific bacteria, both as a standalone supplement and in a synbiotic formulation that combines prebiotics and probiotics.
We are just beginning to appreciate the ECS and its role in health and disease, even as marketplace obstacles abound for hemp cannabinoids.