Researchers found Kamut khorasan wheat produced significant improvements to key blood markers in type 2 diabetes patients.
Industry, take note! Dietary supplements of all stripes (herbal, botanical, vitamins, minerals, marine-based, and others) are the subjects of numerous NIH research studies and clinical trials this year.
Researchers have found that 2000 mg/day of curcumin may provide vascular endothelial benefits to adults aged 45–74 years.
As the 2018 deadline nears for U.S. food manufacturers to remove partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) from their products, PHO-replacement ingredients will be at the center of the conversation.
The category is still notable, especially in global markets.
Two healthy beverage newcomers are turning heads—with barley and pickle.
A new meta-analysis suggests consuming tree nuts may lower total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, and apolipoprotein B (ApoB), especially in populations with type-2 diabetes.
As part of the agreement, Naturex is licensing the right to utilize a proprietary European Union-approved health claim for this ingredient.
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.
A look back at some of the year’s most impactful research on dietary supplement ingredients.