Not only do 75% of Americans take supplements, but 87% of U.S. adults have overall confidence in the safety, quality, and effectiveness of dietary supplement products, the survey found.
Sports & Energy
A new study conducted in seniors found that astaxanthin may help improve muscle function and strength in elderly adults.
Supplementation with a tomato complex containing the carotenoids lycopene, phytoene, and phytofluene may attenuate muscle damage from exercise.
Magnesium influences muscle performance by participating in energy metabolism and maintenance of muscle contraction and relaxation.
Functional water is changing the way people consume water.
The Lentein brand of lentil protein has secured a Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) “no objections” letter from FDA, said the ingredient’s supplier, Parabel USA.
WADA-banned ingredient higenamine present in “unpredictable” quantities in some sports and weight loss supplements, study finds
In a new study published in Clinical Toxicology, researchers analyzed higenamine-containing dietary supplements, noting that higenamine was present in these products at unpredictable quantities and with inaccurate label information.
How sensory mapping can help match the optimal plant protein source with the right product application.
While sports nutrition products remain the top market category for digestive enzymes, data show that digestive enzymes are branching off into more categories.
We asked the experts which ingredients have caught not just retailers’ and regulators’ eyes, but their own.