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March 03, 2021
A recent open label pilot clinical trial has found a potential link between probiotic supplementation and immune health in children.
Nutrition21 has launched a beauty-from-within ingredient containing bonded arginine silicate (arginine silicon inositol complex) and Magnesium Biotinate. A recent study showed efficacy for its use to support hair and skin health.
March 01, 2021
A recently published study found that supplementation with a proprietary sage extract supported acute and long-term cognitive outcomes.
A recently-published study found that supplementation with a specific collagen peptides from Gelita significantly reduced exercise-induced knee pain.
Companies are taking individualized approaches to succeed in this fast-growing market.
February 26, 2021
A recent review funded by the International Probiotics Association and authored by members of the association’s scientific committee, investigated the relationship between the gastrointestinal microbiome, the host immune system, and viral immunity.
February 25, 2021
Lallemand Health Solutions and Nimble Science have announced the start of the first North American study of Nimble’s Small Intestine Microbiome Aspiration (SIMBA) Capsule, which passively samples the small intestine and transits the gastrointestinal tract.
February 23, 2021
A look at some of the eye-health ingredients, and the studies demonstrating their efficacy, that can continue to support customers long after the pandemic is behind us.
February 22, 2021
Uncovering knowledge is nothing new to dairy-nutrition researchers, and not even a global pandemic could pull the brakes that.
February 18, 2021
The Council for Responsible Nutrition is leveling criticism at a recent study published in JAMA Open Network called “Effect of high-dose zinc and ascorbic acid supplementation vs usual care on symptom length and reduction among ambulatory patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection.”