Importantly, the researchers say, their study took care to ensure that the concentrations of EPA and DHA in the supplements administered, whether from fish oil or krill oil, were equal.
Researchers investigating omega-3s are uncovering new arenas for their broad spectrum of health effects, including some not previously explored.
High protein intake may have as much of an effect on blood pressure as lifestyle risk factors such as salt intake, smoking, physical activity, and alcohol consumption, according to a new study.
Probiotics Workshop guest speaker Sunita Kumar gave us a birds’-eye view of what we can expect from the emerging microbiome sphere moving forward.
Fewer citicoline studies have focused on effects of a low dose in healthy populations, and even fewer have studied potential benefits for younger people—until now.
Adding Sustamine Ingredient to Rehydration Drink May Help Trained Endurance Athletes Decrease Time to Exhaustion
For the first time, Sustamine’s effects were tested when consumed in an electrolyte-containing rehydration sports drink.
The new study explored the anti-viral potential of Rhodiola rosea among marathon runners.
Hispanics and African Americans may also be at greater risk of vitamin D insufficiency, based on the study results.
A new study suggests a multispecies probiotic may reduce cognitive reactivity to sad mood in non-depressed individuals.
Results of a new study could have implications for people suffering from glucose intolerance or type 2 diabetes.