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Market research suggests that probiotics will be the fastest growing of all supplement categories in North America for the next several years. Is your company ready to meet this growing demand? In this Nutritional Outlook eBook on The Future of Probiotics: Advances in Research, Testing, and Formulation (sponsored by Pharmachem), experts explain why this market is hot and highlight areas of potential growth such as sports nutrition. Also, learn about how a new cell counting technique is changing how we think about the quality and efficacy of probiotics.

In 2020: Trends & Predictions for the Nutraceutical Industry, learn about the most important issues facing the nutraceuticals industry and which trends finished products makers should put on their radars.

In Vascular Health and the Nutraceuticals Market (sponsored by Cepham), industry experts discuss several key coronary and vascular disease biomarkers. Experts also identify five emerging, researched-back tools in the nutraceuticals market that support vascular health, and explain why certain rosemary triterpenes and olive oil components should be on every supplement formulator’s radar.

New studies are showing that it’s the carbs—not fat—that contribute most to weight gain. Learn why carbs should be the focus and how you can control carbs through diet and supplementation.

Is there a holistic way for food and supplement manufacturers to address today’s complex consumer health demands? This whitepaper outlines the thriving health and wellness market and how collagen peptides can be used to achieve multiple health benefits from one single ingredient.

New studies are showing that it’s the carbs—not fat—that contribute most to weight gain. Learn why carbs should be the focus and how you can control carbs through diet and supplementation.

Probiotics have been purported to reduce inflammation, but little was known about the potential effects on performance in athletes—Until now! A recent study, a finalist for the "University Research of the Year" category in the NutraIngredients Awards 2016 competition, and published in the Journal, Nutrients, examines the impact of a probiotic blend on healthy resistance-trained men.

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