Glanbia Performance Nutrition has joined the ever-growing membership of the 10-year-old European Specialist Sports Nutrition Association (ESSNA), joining supplement maker PhD Nutrition, and retailers NBTY Europe Bodybuilding.com as new members.
Fruit and vegetable residues typically discarded in the manufacture of isotonic sports drinks could be a rich nutrient source for other foodstuffs like bars and biscuits, Brazilian researchers have found.
The European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) says there is no need for separate sports products regulation as general food law is sufficient, ahead of a European Commission report on the matter due within two years.
The European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) has welcomed today’s European Parliament vote that means sports nutrition products will move to general food law as existing special foods regulations are overhauled after years of debate.
A Swedish lab has found amphetamine-like compounds in sports supplements containing a herbal extract that has been touted as a replacement for widely banned stimulant, DMAA. But the lab said the compounds were not illegal, while the product maker has...
The European sports supplements sector is not under-regulated the industry has said in an angry reaction to calls for greater controls after the death of a woman running the London marathon last year was linked to the now-vilified and mostly banned stimulant,...
Three Myprotein.com directors have left the sports nutrition leader to launch a low-cost, premium supplements brand in the wake of the UK imposing a 20% tax on sports powder perennials like whey protein.
A pan-European sports nutrition group that counts Volac, Carbery and Abbott Laboratories (EAS) as members says it is time the lengthy debate over European Union sports food regulation ended – and general food law is the right place to do it.
Coconut water deserves its popular reputation as nature’s sports drink, according to a new scientific analysis presented at the 244th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
The CEO of UK start-up Provexis is bullish about the company’s prospects to develop its Fruitflow tomato extract and the Science in Sport (SiS) sports supplement range it acquired a year ago for €10 million.