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An orange a day keeps macular degeneration away?

15 year study backs higher flavonoid intake for macular degeneration

By Nathan Gray

People who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges, according to a 15 year follow up study that links flavonoids with lower risk of the eye disease.

NutraIngredients-USA Awards: And the WINNERS are…

NutraIngredients-USA Awards: And the WINNERS are…

By NutraIngredients-USA staff

NutraIngredients-USA is pleased to announce the winners for the inaugural edition of the NutraIngredients-USA Awards, which attracted over 110 entries across 12 categories ...

Ryan Durk (left) and Jimmy Bagley (right) pop Donny Frances Gregg into the BOD POD to evaluate his body composition. ©San Francisco State University

Does exercise and fitness help shape our gut microbiome?

By Will Chu

Researchers in the US have reaffirmed a suggested link between our gut bacteria and sports — with a finding that people with higher cardiovascular fitness have higher levels of certain 'beneficial bacteria'.

Indian frankincense (Boswellia serrata) in Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh, India. J.M. Garg / Wikimedia Commons

Boswellia oleogum resin prone to adulteration, new bulletin outlines

By Adi Menayang

The botanical Boswellia has been used for its anti-inflammatory properties for millennia, but it’s not uncommon to find some products today labeled as Boswellia to skimp on the amount of the botanical or to substitute in a less-researched form.

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