The new ingredient is called Starmeric, and it offers a new use for this superstar herb, which until now has been best known for the health benefits of its active ingredient curcumin.
The guidelines, established in October, set forth a framework of best practices and compliance standards for hemp extract/cannabinoid products. They exclude synthetic CBD.
Will consumers drop CBD once they learn FDA has not established safety standards for it? NPA poll says yes.
The Natural Products Association polled 1000 registered voters in early October.
For athletes and sports enthusiasts, there may be another good reason to drink beer: because beer—specifically nonalcoholic beer and the malt it contains—may help to enhance exercise-related performance, energy, and recovery.
Nutritional Outlook asked a handful of supplement industry stakeholders about how DSHEA has aged—and what a DSHEA 2.0 should look like. What, if any, changes to the law are needed? What changes are needed in the way FDA polices the market?
The dietary supplement industry may see its share of critics and negative headlines, but there is also plenty of positive news. Take the recent numbers shared by leading associations indicating that more consumers than ever before are buying supplements of all kinds.
Researchers continue to evaluate the possible anticancer benefits of fucoidan, a polysaccharide derived from brown seaweed—most commonly, the species Undaria pinnatifida and Fucus vesiculosus.
With so much third-party reseller activity over dietary supplements happening on Amazon.com, it’s almost expected that some of that activity will be at the hands of bad actors, such as those selling counterfeit products.
A probiotic for all seasons? Company markets four different probiotic products, each for a different time of year.
Jetson offers four products: Fit (Summer), Mood (Fall), Immunity (Winter), and Outside (Spring).
BI Nutraceuticals laboratory testing accreditation renewed and expanded for its Identilok plant species-identification program
The accreditation was expanded to include contaminants testing as well as BI’s plant-species identification method for powders and extracts, branded Identilok.