Consumers Prefer Blends of Soy and Dairy in High-Protein Beverages, Study Suggests
New consumer research from DuPont Nutrition & Health suggests consumers prefer the flavor of high-protein beverages formulated with both dairy and soy proteins.
Methylsynephrine Is Not a Dietary Ingredient, FDA Says
The products under FDA censure are largely marketed as weight-loss supplements.
C. Forskohlii Extract Improves Metabolic Risk Factors in Study
Participants consuming Coleus forskohlii extract for 12 weeks showed favorable improvements to insulin concentration and insulin resistance compared to a placebo group.
“Metabolic Synergizer” Is a New Category in Dietary Supplements, Firm Says, and It’s Not Weight Management
While OmniLean provides weight-loss benefits, OmniActive Health says it is not calling this a weight-management ingredient.
Litesse Soluble Fiber Suppresses Appetite, New Meta-Analyses Show
The results of these meta-analyses show “that Litesse is able to reduce the desire to eat immediately after a meal which includes Litesse."
Weight-Management Stick Packs Now Available with Studied Citrus Polyphenols Formula Sinetrol
The add-directly-to-beverage format is a testament to the citrus ingredient’s neutral taste.
Consumers Likely Underestimate How Carbs Contribute to Weight Gain, Survey Finds
A new U.S. survey found that consumers ranked sugar- and fat-containing foods as most likely to cause weight gain, when in fact high starch consumption is a leading cause.
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