Solabia looks set to grow their current active ingredient range after obtaining a majority stake in BioActor, a leading innovator in extracted polyphenol production from fruits and plants with clinically proven health benefits.
Canadian scientists assert that curcuminoids with omega-3 fatty acids can increase the bioavailability of active ingredients by as much as 40% and lower the risk of adverse events compared to alternative supplements.
Nutri-tech start up Novella plans to meet increasing demands for plant bioactives through cultivation, eliminating the need for whole-plant growth in the face of current climate and sustainability threats.
A startup company providing the nutraceuticals industry with fast and affordable ingredient screening via AI nematode analysis has been chosen as a Probiota Pioneer for the global event taking place in Barcelona next month.
The supplementation of Bifidobacterium longum BB536 has been shown to improve bowel movement, specifically stool frequency, in elderly with chronic constipation, according to a four-week RCT conducted in Japan.
As the sleep category continues to witness growth, the Vedic Lifesciences wants to steer supplement manufacturers and functional ingredient suppliers in the right direction by breaking down trends, claims, ingredients and more.
Nutritional screening and assessments to diagnose, treat, and prevent all types of malnutrition should be carried out before surgery to obtain the best results from cosmetic procedures, according to a recent review.
Levelle Nutrition, founded by Linda Alvarez and Stephanie Schrauth, is on a mission to empower female athletes with fuel formulated for their physiology. With sex-specific nutrition understudied in clinical trial and overlooked in product formulations,...
Amway says it will double down on innovation across the gut microbiome at its newly launched Singapore Business Innovation Hub, which the firm hopes will serve as a springboard for its expansion plans across the region.
Containing the patented ‘Verisol’ bovine collagen peptides produced by Gelita, the new supplement was found to increase skin elasticity by 15% over a period of four weeks in a study of 69 women aged 35 -55, compared to the placebo group.
Whey, but not pea, protein significantly attenuates exercise induced muscle damage (EIMD) following long-distance walking in older adults, likely due to the difference in leucine levels, according to new research.
Kriti Chaudhary manages sales, marketing and business development for one of the most experienced contract research organizations in the dietary supplement industry. With a passion for science and innovation, she is the Head of Business Development at...
FoodNavigator’s Positive Nutrition event, which is transitioning to a face-to-face conference in 2023, will place the link between diet and wellness under the microscope as it unpicks the innovation opportunities that can support improved population health.
Arla Foods Ingredients has received final authorisation from the European Commission (EC) for its Lacprodan beta-lactoglobulin (BLG)-100, making this its first product to receive approval under the new Novel Food Regulations.
Advice on maternal supplementation to prevent birth defects (BDs) should consider the teratogenic effects of multivitamins (MVs) and adverse effects of excess folic acid (FA), according to Chinese research.
As the lines continue to blur between beauty and wellness products, Cosmetics Design-USA caught up with Neutrogena’s team of experts at CES about its innovative collaboration with UK-based wellness brand Nourished.
People who smoked during pregnancy and received vitamin C supplements gave birth to children with better airway function and a lower occurrence of wheeze at the age of five, compared to those who did not receive the vitamin, a recent clinical trial reports.
Almonds, the edible seeds of Prunus dulcis, are associated with a number of health benefits as they are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. Now researchers are singing the praises of the polyphenols found in its skin.
France's General Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF), part of its Ministry of the Economy, has announced that the term “probiotic” will be allowed on the labels of food supplements in the country.