Adding critical cofactors, including magnesium, collagen, and vitamin K2, to current nutritional recommendations for bone health could go a long way towards helping to reduce the occurrence of osteoporosis and related disorders.
As the digestive category evolves and becomes more sophisticated, the notion-and exploration-of prebiotic supplementation is becoming much more selective in terms of targeting specific bacteria, both as a standalone supplement and in a synbiotic formulation that combines prebiotics and probiotics.
Even in the face of an equivocal study or two-or concerns over sourcing, regulatory setbacks, and the occasional pharma-driven lawsuit-omega-3s retain a sterling reputation that other supplements can only envy.
Industry associations, testing labs, suppliers, and finished product manufacturers are exercising due diligence, each in their own way, to self-regulate and promote responsible behavior, claims, and best practices in an immature hemp and CBD market.
The authors write: “It seems that foods and beverages containing CBD are likely to remain high-risk, while dietary supplements would appear to be a slightly lower-risk option for manufacturers or distributors of CBD-containing products.”
The American Urological Association’s new guidelines emphasize the need for non-antibiotic alternatives for reducing recurrent urinary tract infections-and highlight cranberry as an effective means of prevention.