What recent research is teaching us about the health benefits of vitamin supplementation
The latest science on vaginal-health ingredients
Lipogen attained a U.S. patent for its phospholipid formulation targeting symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
Previous research has found ashwagandha may improve sexual function in men, but a new study suggests women may experience similar benefits.
A preliminary animal study suggests lycopene may help prevent bone loss associated with aging.
A new meta-analysis suggests omega-3 supplement consumption is associated with a 58% decrease in the likelihood of early preterm birth.
Move over, magnesium! Here comes zinc.
Traditional iron supplements can be off-putting due to a strong metallic taste, and they can also be hard to digest, leading to side effects like nausea and constipation. Microencapsulation may help.
“The conflict between a high iron requirement and the risk of side effects when using high doses of iron supplement can only be solved in one way—by improving the iron uptake," says Probi AB.
The following slides shine light on the latest mineral research, showing how much we’ve learned about minerals’ value, and how much we have yet to find out.