Bone & joint health

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New survey provides snapshot of menopause experience

By Danielle Masterson

With more than one billion women expected to have entered menopause worldwide by 2025, Bonafide is highlighting the need to increase education on preparing, managing, and addressing solutions for menopause symptoms.

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Mother and daughter's dream teas pandemic success

By Liza Laws

This is a lockdown success story about a mother and daughter from Brazil who moved to Sussex and wanted to create functional teas that not only did what they said on the tin but tasted good too.

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Vitafoods interview: ADM expands its portfolio

By Liza Laws

At Vitafoods Europe, ADM were showcasing their latest concepts with experts on-site to answer questions about how they will be keeping the health-conscious consumer in mind.

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Olive leaf extract can relieve severe knee pain, study finds

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Daily intake of olive leaf extract (OLE) is effective in reducing joint discomfort and increasing mobility in older people with significant high knee pain, according to the results from a Swiss study, sponsored by Nestle.

NutraWomen Wednesday: Pam Cebulski of Pantheryx

NutraWomen Wednesday: Pam Cebulski of Pantheryx

By Danielle Masterson

Pam Cebulski, senior vice president of marketing and general manager of consumer brands at Pantheryx, has over two decades of experience leading and commercializing global healthcare brands from consumer goods to pharmaceuticals to medical devices.

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Big opportunities in merging nutra and pharma

By Nikki Hancocks

Consumer trends, technological advancements and business strategies are causing the pharma and nutra markets to merge and this opens opportunities for the players in both industries to cater to consumers looking for the ultimate wellness solutions.

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October Launch Pad

By Danielle Masterson

This month has a variety of offerings for all ages, from probiotics for the tiniest guts to a formulation for menopausal support.

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Fermented soymilk-honey improves bone marker in menopause

By Nikki Hancocks

A new study has found that soymilk-honey fermented with a strain of Lactobacillus plantarum significantly reduces a blood biomarker of osteoporosis in menopausal women, thanks to its synbiotic impact.