A leading vitamin K2 developer is working to establish a global K2-specific recommended daily intake as part of its heavyweight awareness campaign targeting health professionals, legislators and consumers.
Increasing the consumption of fermentable carbohydrates and protein to improve gut function may be the answer to boosting nutritional health and cutting malnourishment around the world, according to academics from Imperial College London.
A suboptimal diet lacking in whole grains, fruit, nuts and seeds, vegetables and omega-3 fatty acids is responsible for more deaths than any other risk factors globally, according to findings published in The Lancet.
A trade association for the UK’s cannabis industry announces its intentions to sue the country’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) over moves to classify cannabidiol (CBD)-containing products as a 'novel food.'
International patents filed by Lonza and DuPont Nutrition hint at future supplement products for the gut and skin as the two multinationals detail the use of collagen, vitamin B and a fibre blend that targets each microbiome community.
At the Natural Products Expo West show this year, we caught up with the chief strategy and innovation officer at legacy supplement brand Nature’s Way to talk about consumer trends, CBD, and the body of laws that regulate supplements.
The European Commission (EC) is to implement regulation that authorises specification changes to the supplement ingredient coriander seed oil and human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) 2′-fucosyllactose (2’FL).
Synthesized analogs of botanical ingredients, and ingredients of wholly artificial origin, could have a place in the dietary supplement industry. But if they do, full transparency would argue that they be labeled as such.