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July 02, 2015
Actually, water is somewhat late to the paper-packaging party.
June 22, 2015
Sorting through the fads and pitches
June 15, 2015
Whether from plants or animals, protein lends the weight-management sector some much-needed credibility.
May 13, 2015
High-protein products are only as effective as the enzymes that optimize them.
The first months of 2015 have already offered the agency several possible opportunities to comment or take regulatory action on caffeine.
Everything from alternative- and high-protein treats to increasingly condition-specific formulas
Scientific research and clinical studies in the modern era validate turmeric’s traditional use.
Even in an industry as established as tea, there’s still room for the new and different.
Pea protein is now breaking into the mainstream as a serious plant-based contender.
Will yaupon holly, the only naturally occurring caffeine-containing plant in the U.S., become the next energy star?
April 22, 2015
A new study suggests whey protein is more effective than soy protein or carbohydrates at preserving muscle mass during a low-calorie diet.
The latest meta-analysis is another rebuke to the much-criticized 2013 prostate cancer study that took a toll on the omega-3 market.
April 17, 2015
No transparency? Pivotal data in the case building against the dietary supplement industry is still under the NY AG's lock and key.
The New York Attorney General wants better quality assurance for dietary supplements. So does the supplements industry. So how does it get there?
April 14, 2015
Plant-protein hype aside, don’t forget that animal proteins, especially dairy, still dominate.
April 08, 2015
FDA has drawn criticism for failing to act despite being aware of the adulteration.
March 20, 2015
A clinical study shows the TARGET 1 blend has the potential to ease symptoms of workplace fatigue.
March 13, 2015
Pending food manufacturing regulations mean manufacturers and suppliers must work together toward compliance.