Authors


Tom Bohager

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Enzymes and Digestion

There is little doubt that digestive issues have reached epidemic proportions.Though many suffer, few have to. Nearly every digestive complaint is caused by an inability to properly digest food. The natural solution in such cases is enzymes, which are responsible for breaking down the foods we eat, delivering the nutrients found in those foods to every cell of the body, and removing any toxins or ingredients that may be in the food, and from which the body will not derive any benefit.


Tracy Donohue

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Is the Doctor In?

Originally Published


Vladimir Badmaev, MD, PhD

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Weight Management: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease--Cause and Effect

The liver is one of the largest organs, charged with many tasks, including metabolizing food-based derivatives and hormones, assimilating and storing fat-soluble vitamins, and purifying and clearing waste products, toxins, and drugs.


Walter Brandl

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Heavy Metal Basics

Current events, safety concerns, and analytical challenges of heavy metal detection in foods and dietary supplements.



Wendy Watkins

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Powerful Potions

Functional beverages continue to ride the wave of consumer popularity, and the swell doesn't look to end any time soon. By 2010, the U.S. market for the drinks is expected to be valued at $9.9 billion, an increase of 39.3% since 2005, according to Datamonitor (New York City).


William Makely

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Contract Manufacturing: Rolling with the Changes

Contract manufacturing plays a vital role in the production of nutritional supplements, as it does in the pharmaceutical and over-the-counter segments. It enables brand owners to have access to state-of-the art, validated manufacturing capability, without the need to make the heavy capital investment of buying, maintaining, and servicing their own production facility. It also gives brand owners a partner in meeting FDA’s new current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) requirements for supplement makers.


Winston A. Samuels

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Microencapsulation for Flavor Masking

When an ingredient tastes bad, who you gonna call? Microencapsulation!


Yadim Medore

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Dietary Supplements Packaging: Packaging from the Inside Out

If you market supplements, you know what sells. But do you know why?




Andrea Rosanoff

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Magnesium: Essential but Forgotten?

Many have forgotten how essential magnesium is for good health-and how a deficiency could result in myriad issues.


Bob Sanders

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Consumers Redefining Dietary Supplement Categories

Today’s consumers have gone after their health and wellness goals with a targeted approach that has changed the face of the supplements market in the past two decades.


Suzanne Shelton

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The Evolution of the Natural Products Market

A longtime natural products marketing expert reminisces on the evolution of the natural products arena.


Veronica Cueva-Beach

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The Art of Sugar Reduction

Growing demand for sugar reduction prompts new ways of formulating.


Carolina Ordonez

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Asia Pacific Is Sports Nutrition’s Next Hot Spot

Sports nutrition sales are expected to grow fastest in Asia Pacific, outpacing North America.


Barrie Tan

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Vitamin E: A Closer Look at Tocotrienols

An expanding body of research points to the significant benefits of tocotrienols.


Claudia Valla

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Omega-3 Softgels

How softgels help overcome omega-3 delivery challenges and yield a high-quality end product. 


Humera Ahmad

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Omega-3 Softgels

How softgels help overcome omega-3 delivery challenges and yield a high-quality end product. 


Jasmine Garside

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Carbon-14 Analysis and Dietary Supplements

How carbon-14 analysis can confirm a dietary supplement’s natural content


Rosa Bertolami

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Omega-3 Softgels

How softgels help overcome omega-3 delivery challenges and yield a high-quality end product. 


Tim Bauer

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Meeting Non-GMO Demand

Traceability, testing, and capacity should be key considerations when vetting an ingredient supplier’s non-GMO supply chain capabilities.



Andrew A. Dahl

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Algae Can Feed the World

Algae offer benefits such as cost-efficient production and multiple harvests during the year, plus future sustainability benefits that cannot be ignored. Learn about the technical advances being made in commercial algae cultivation, from an expert.


KEMIN

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Editors’ Webcast: Major Opportunity in Minor Cannabinoids

Thu, Aug 18, 2022 2:00 PM EDT Industry experts break down the science behind minor cannabinoids and the regulatory best practices of manufacturing finished products so that you can find major success in minor cannabinoids.



KYOWA

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The Link Between Immune Health Benefits & Healthy, Active Lifestyles (January 2024)

Better immune health means more healthy, active days – and who doesn’t want that? Now, we’re in an era where consumers want to be proactive about their immune health. Nutritional Outlook’s latest podcast highlights one key immune health ingredient, IMMUSE™, that brings a unique mode of action to activate pDCs (plasmacytoid dendritic cells)* — a pivotal leader within the immune system.


Kemin Human Nutrition and Health

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The Immunity Opportunity – Beta-Glucan from Algae

Consumers are actively supplementing to support their immune health. Learn how a proprietary source of microalgae, Euglena gracilis, is a unique, yeast-free beta-glucan that delivers immune health results.



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