Human trials are taking turmeric and curcumin science in surprising directions—and their number has only increased in concert with the botanical’s popularity.
The challenges of producing organic curcumin. And does organic really mean better?
Marine ingredients like algae and their derivatives possess potential that has other nutraceuticals green, red, and brown with envy.
AlaskOmega's new omega-3 powder is designed for food, beverage, and dietary supplement applications.
In the nutrition products market, a recent surge of interest in marine ingredients has led to increased interest in the sustainability of marine sources.
Consumers are enthusiastic about brain-health supplements, and marketers should be responsible when making product claims.
Esports enthusiasts are focusing on nutrition as an avenue to improved performance.
Where will future sports nutrition opportunities come from? It might not be in the U.S., says Euromonitor.
A coaching survey on dietary supplements emphasizes the need for teamwork and education.
What health benefits are active nutrition customers chasing in 2020, and what types of products do they prefer?
Sports manufacturers will want to be on the lookout for these, says NSF International.
eSports, powders, “superdrinks,” and more are driving sports drink development.
Vitamins have generally not fared well in recent years when it comes to high-profile randomized controlled trials (RCTs) or meta-analyses that statistically combine selected data from those studies. Why is that?
Brain health is a diverse and versatile category that supports the needs of consumers across ages.
Sustainable packaging: New developments are making eco-friendly packaging options less expensive and more effective.
New kinds of packaging are emerging that offer a lower environmental footprint. Are they viable alternatives to traditional packaging?
Continued innovation of dairy alternatives has made plant-based yogurt a viable and delicious option.