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Consumer demand for healthier food and drink options is fueling growth of the functional-coffee space, where a diverse array of products is proving that coffee and tea are overdue for a major change.

The authors conclude that short- and long-term creatine supplementation in dosages up to 30 g/day for up to five years has no adverse side effects, improves athletic performance, and can potentially help prevent injury and promote recovery.

The study evaluated PerfLoad’s ability to improve metabolic homeostasis and physical performance during high-intensity exercises under anaerobic conditions.

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

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

The patent-pending supplement is a combination of Kyowa Hakko’s own Setria glutathoine and L-citrulline that research shows effectively sustains nitric oxide levels.

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.

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