CRN’s annual supplement usage survey found that 71% of U.S. adults reported taking dietary supplements in 2016, an increase from past years that suggests more than 170 million Americans use supplements.
Vitamins & Minerals
A new study indicates that 52% of U.S. adults reported using dietary supplements in both 1999–2000 and 2011–2012 surveys, but multivitamin usage decreased by 6% over the same period.
An innovative new vegan iron ingredient derived from legumes, plus other mineral news updates from SupplySide West.
Can dietary supplements help manage the widespread effects of heightened inflammation?
At this year’s SupplySide West trade show, two suppliers talked to us about increasing demand for plant-based vitamin and mineral ingredients.
Superstar minerals often overshadow zinc, but here’s why you shouldn’t underestimate this crucial nutrient.
What's new in dietary supplements for children? Immune health, bone health, protein, and more!
Natural ingredients for bone support span time-tested vitamins and minerals, as well as novel ingredients and creative delivery systems.
A particularly strong association between vitamin K2 and peripheral arterial disease was found in patients with diabetes or hypertension.
From maximum vitamin and mineral levels to the future of EFSA, speakers at the recent “Brexit Impact” webinar hosted by AHPA and CRN explain what companies should watch out for.