Two recent studies have found that a patented strain of Streptococcus salivarius, called Blis M18 from Blis Technologies Limited, inhibited the growth of bacteria that causes black teeth staining.
Comet Bio (Schaumburg, IL) has announced the results of an unpublished randomized placebo-controlled, crossover clinical trial evaluating the gastrointestinal tolerability and prebiotic effects of its Arabinoxylan Plant Fiber Extract, Arrabina.
A recently published animal study evaluated the effect of Undaria pinnatifida-derived fucoidan (UPF) in a severe influenza A H1N1 mouse model.
Men are increasingly looking for proven products that promote healthy aging. Here are some of the ingredients that recent research has validated.
A recent double-blind, placebo-controlled study found that supplementation with an extract of French oak wood called Robuvit significantly improved the general and mental health of patients recovering from hysterectomies over four weeks.
Weight management is becoming more measured and practical, with consumers opting for holistic approaches over crash diets and too-good-to-be-true supplements.
According to a recent pharmacokinetic study, Levagen+ increased total absorption of palmitoylethanolamide (PEA), through use of LipiSperse, a dispersion technology.
Examining the latest in probiotic research, from cholesterol management to respiratory health.
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?
A study recently published in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry offers unique insights into the bioavailability of Rousselot’s proprietary collagen peptides Peptan through in vitro models and serum from human volunteers.