Marketers are finding new opportunities to teach consumers about the benefits of immune-health products.
Sports & Energy
A new bill introduced in the New York State Assembly seeks to prohibit the sale or distribution of creatine to minors.
NPA has formed a partnership with the Informed-Choice testing program to expand the reach of its efforts to test for banned substances in U.S. supplements for athletes.
Researchers also found that the Peak ATP ingredient from TSI enhanced peak power and muscle excitability.
Metabolic Technologies has launched a new website for its MyoeDge product, a combination of vitamin D3 and calcium beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate (HMB).
Cepham has shared soon-to-be-published study results that suggest its BlaMus black-musli extract may be an effective testosterone booster.
Bergstrom Nutrition’s methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) ingredient was found to mitigate the inflammatory response to strenuous exercise in a new study.
“Energy” has now moved ahead as the number-two reason why Americans who use dietary supplements say they take supplements in the first place, so it’s not surprising to see sales of vitamin B12 growing in all retail channels.
Sabinsa’s multi-enzyme complex shows potential for a new sports-related application in a recent study.
2017 Ingredient Trends to Watch for Food, Drinks, and Dietary Supplements: Plant Protein vs. Dairy Protein
Tensions between dairy proteins and plant proteins are heating up, but which category stands to gain the most in 2017?