UK researchers have detailed the creation of an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered model that predicts whether certain flavonoids or fatty acids have the ability to promote healthy ageing and extend lifespan.
Australian trade body Complementary Medicines Australia says a recent report linking a rise in liver injuries due to supplement intake does not provide sufficient information on the ingredients used or the origins of the products, adding that consumers...
A new review concludes there is strong evidence for how curcuminoids can support vascular health. But the authors note that much of that evidence comes from in vitro tests and trials using animal models.
CarryOn is a new line of CBD sparkling waters developed by Ocean Spray’s Lighthouse Incubator. CarryOn’s Managing Director, Christopher Petersen, joined the NutraCast to discuss the innovation Incubator and explain how he went from being an army officer...
Poland’s Sanitary and Epidemiological Council has met to determine maximum calcium and potassium levels contained in Tribulus terrestris L. and Rhodiola rosea preparations for use in dietary supplements.
The use of beauty-from-within supplements, or nutricosmetics, is becoming “more acceptable” to dermatologists, but more scientific and safety evidence is needed to encourage widespread use, says a veteran dermatologist.
Canadian researchers have determined via a meta analysis that nitrate supplementation may be beneficial in some aspects of endurance sports, but caution that the data supporting the notion is mediocre at best.
Indian sandalwood oil could be a more potent antioxidant than vitamin E in news that could interest the cosmetic industry and their R&D efforts into ingredients that protect skin against environmental stress.
Increasing popularity of plant-based sports nutrition has compelled sports nutritionist, TJ Waterfall, to compile a new guide designed to educate consumers and promote the industry’s commitment to vegan and vegetarian nutrition.
Phynova Group is to enter a partnership with Lus Health Ingredients to extend the availability and benefits of its White Mulberry Leaf extract that is said to aid in reducing glucose uptake after meals.
The European Commission (EC) has been accused of ‘abandoning all ambition on botanicals,’ after a recent evaluation of regulation on nutrition and health claims, concluded ‘further study’ was required.
A new Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program bulletin on pomegranate adulteration finds that the situation has improved somewhat in the past five years, but that a still unacceptably high amount of fraudulent products are in the market.
Trinity College Dublin (TCD) are to dedicate facilities to identify new bioactives from macro and microalgae, cereals, bioactive herbs and plant sources to create supplements and cosmetic applications.
As news filters through of the world's first dairy-free microalgae-based milk alternative, the product is an example of how far this plant-based food has impacted the food and nutrition industry of late.
OptiBiotix is urging the nutraceutical industry to redouble efforts into developing weight managing products in response to a new report highlighting record numbers of obesity-related hospital admissions.
Interest in topical and ingestible beauty products that support and even boost immunity is gaining traction, but what science can back up product developments and how much growth potential is there really in this space?