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.
Barley Improves Blood Sugar, Reduces Appetite, Study Suggests
Researchers observed improvements to metabolism, blood sugar, and appetite control after just three days of participants consuming bread made from barley kernels.
Steviva Partners with Brazilian Farmers for Single-Source Stevia Extracts
Steviva says the “single-location sourcing ensures dependable, consistent flavor” of its new BraziliaSweet RA95 and BraziliaSweet 95–60 stevia extracts.
New Safety Data Published on ForsLean Weight-Management Ingredient
The researchers performed three types of studies post-oral ingestion in Wistar rats: acute, sub-acute, and chronic toxicity.
Chr. Hansen, Caelus Health Collaborate on Probiotic for Metabolic Disease
Chr. Hansen intends to develop an advanced formulation of Caelus Health's CP-001 probiotic strain for upcoming phase II clinical studies.
Can an “Electric” Cup Change the Way Consumers Taste a Drink?
Can ion-polarization technology help drink manufacturers cut their use of ingredients like added sugar?
2016 Ingredient Trends to Watch for Food, Drinks, and Dietary Supplements: Zinc
Move over, magnesium! Here comes zinc.
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