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Vrushali Patil

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Lipid-fortified algae oil: Promise as a sustainable, vegan omega-3 option

As technology progresses, algal oils will become even more effective.


Robert Jennison

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The never-ending vitamin debate: Do multivitamins work?

There is an endless amount of conflicting information about multivitamins.


Katrina Bogan-Brown, PhD

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How do B3 vitamins support healthy aging?

What is the evidence that B3 vitamins benefit healthspan?


Amanda Frick, ND, LAc

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Setting the record straight: Why the supplement industry must fight social media misinformation

Why supplement manufacturers are responsible for educating consumers and combatting social media inaccuracies.


Ruud Albers, PhD

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Prebiotics: Is fiber specificity the key to increasing the consistency of prebiotic benefits?

Not all prebiotics are alike, and research reveals that specific molecular structures can provide consistent gut health effects.


Orgenetics

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Immune Health: Food Forward

Now Available On Demand! The immune health market is crowded. Can you win with food and drinks?


BioCell Collagen

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Beauty and the Microbiome

Webinar Date/Time: Thu, October 5, 2023 11:00 AM EDT


David Heber

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Why soy is the perfect plant protein, says doctor

Soy protein is a valuable tool in the health and wellness toolbox, writes one medical doctor.


Daniel Brison, MD

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Nutrition and Urologic Health: A Holistic Approach

How lifestyle, diet, and supplements can help men manage their prostate health.


Jordan Turner

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Natural product testing: Are your caffeine products free from adulteration?

Market predictions indicate the consumption of synthetic caffeine is increasing as processed beverages like soda and energy drinks grow in popularity.


NSF International

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Roundtable: Division One Performance Nutrition Teams Discuss Top Concerns When Fueling Athletes

Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 1pm EST | 10am PST | 7pm CET | 6pm GMT NSF convenes Performance Nutrition Directors from top university sports teams along with the Technical Director of NSF Certified for Sport® for a deep-dive into the challenges in building and maintaining elite athletes’ nutrition plans—and the role of dietary supplements in those plans.


Kerry

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Supporting women’s health with natural, science-backed solutions

Women’s health has emerged as one of the top ten health and nutrition trends of 2023. In this white paper, we consider symptoms of hormonal imbalances that concern women– fertility, menopause, and sexual health – and explore four scientifically supported ingredients that support them.


Kate Kehoe

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Snacking Trends in 2023 and Beyond

According to data from FMCG Gurus, meal time habits are becoming less structured. This means that snacking is becoming more frequent, and consumers are paying closer attention to the ingredients and nutrition of their snack foods.


Prinova

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Beauty and the Microbiome

Webinar Date/Time: Thu, October 5, 2023 11:00 AM EDT


Famenity

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White Paper: YES-10® for Mood Support

YES-10® is a proprietary blend of natural botanical ingredients. A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled human clinical trial found that Famenity’s YES-10® demonstrated significant reduction in serum cortisol levels and exerted significant improvements in the Beck Depression Inventory, Beck Anxiety Inventory, Psychological Well-being Index, and the Mental Fitness Scale tests scores. YES-10® is a natural ingredient that may help with mood support, stress reduction, and a general sense of well-being.



Shreya Rajput

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Asia Pacific is a promising market for plant-based meat

APAC is unquestionably a promising region for the plant-based meat market.


Karthik Maniam

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How to maintain safety and quality of dietary supplements during packaging

An expert reviews the important compliance checks needed to ensure the quality of dietary supplements during packaging.


Arun Kedia

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Dietary choline phospholipids may be useful for slowing cognitive decline

The mechanisms and potential cognitive health benefits of choline phospholipids.


Ken Kessler
Ken Kessler

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AI will improve food safety, quality, and processing efficiency post-COVID—with some risks attached

Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming food processing revolution and how to cope with the risk that comes along with it.


Rifle Hughes
Rifle Hughes

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Building a CBD business? Here’s what you need to know.

Be prepared: the CBD journey is filled with potential pitfalls and distractions.


Sreedevi Kakkad

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Sugar-reduction regulations: What’s going on in Asia-Pacific?

How are APAC countries trying to reduce sugar consumption?



Bergstrom Nutrition

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Cellular Health: The Next Big Market Opportunity

***Live: Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 2pm EST | 1pm CST | 11am PST*** Cellular health is the next big target in healthy aging. But what is cellular health, precisely? And how do marketers get shopper buy-in on the value of cellular health products? *** On demand until Feb. 24, 2022***





Univar Solutions

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The Importance of Prebiotics in Active Nutrition

A healthy body and mind are essential to athletic performance. Silvi Siddhu, Technical and Scientific Manager for Nutraceuticals at Univar Solutions talks about the beneficial role of prebiotics in active nutrition. There is a bidirectional relationship between exercise and composition of the gut microbiota. Modifying the gut microbiota may help improve overall health, energy availability, exercise performance and recovery. Prebiotics selectively enhance the growth of healthy microbiota and supplements containing prebiotics or synbiotics are beneficial in exercise performance and recovery. Regardless of age or activity type, people are looking to fuel their workouts and lifestyles in an effort to promote physical, mental and cognitive health with a focus on longevity and quality of life. For an active sports person or a fitness enthusiast, taking care of gut health is beneficial for overall health.


Enovite

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Life Must Go On: Innovative Active Lifestyle & Healthy Aging solutions by Enovate Biolife

Getting into active fitness is an undertaking that requires rigorous training, proper nutrition, and strong mental discipline. Each system of the human body needs to work cohesively to achieve the desired physical performance and endurance. Enovate Biolife’s three ingredients – RedNite®, Lanconone® and Oxyjun® – supports fitness enthusiasts who seek out every nutritional advantage they can get based on the latest cutting-edge research. Each ingredient targets a different body function and critical need, and when combined together can achieve holistic benefits in many aspects of training and recovery. Learn more about these ingredients download our below whitepaper and visit https://enovatebiolife.com/

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