Tests carried out on collagen peptides suggests they may play a role in reducing the intensity of knee joint pain in healthy adults, potentially delaying the onset of chronic degenerative joint diseases.
The esports supplements category is dominated by energy and focus products, but as gamers warm up to supplements expect to see a proliferation of categories targeting this community, says the CEO of Ghost Lifestyle.
A new paper authored by experts in creatine supplementation seeks to dispel some long standing misconceptions about this legacy sports nutrition ingredient. Among the concerns addressed are water retention, kidney damage, baldness and others.
The clamour to add vitamin D to the COVID-19 fight took a step back this week as a UK Member of Parliament (MP), who cited a study suggesting the active form was effective against the virus, faced much criticism among researchers.
The decision to use cocoa flavanol supplements to investigate its effects on memory has been pointed out by a director of one of the UK’s largest medical research charities, in which she highlighted the use of this delivery form.
Consumption of fermented mare’s milk was found to increase 10 microbiome-derived metabolites such as linoleic acid, stearic acid, sphingosine associated with a lipid-lowering effect in people with hyperlipidaemia.
Ireland’s Kerry has agreed a strategic licensing partnership with Japan’s Pharma Foods International Co. Ltd. for the development, application and global sales of a joint health ingredient technology for functional foods and dietary supplements.
Bergstrom Nutrition's methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) product, OptiMSM, has been awarded the new “Informed-Ingredient” certification created to help sports nutrition ingredients suppliers prove their quality credentials.
It is impossible to obtain adequate vitamin D through "realistic" dietary shifts alone so more fortified foods need to be made available, according to a new study by DSM researchers in the Netherlands.
A way to extract pigments from microalgae for use in food supplements has been outlined by scientists, who think the method could overcome the difficulties in obtaining such pigments from natural sources.
An increasingly stricter regulatory framework and surging demand for safer products from both elite sportsmen and everyday consumers is driving the appeal of professionally accredited sports nutrition ingredients, not only finished products.