Building a business that is environmentally sustainable is not just ‘for show’, but is also delivering tangible benefits such as saving costs, providing better control over the supply chain, and improving the quality of raw materials used, say a raft...
A new analysis of previous data has revealed a relationship between Omega-3 levels and a common marker for systemic inflammation. The result could help shed further light on the mechanism of action of EPA and DHA, according to one of the authors.
MyLab Nutrition Group becomes the latest company to obtain the Friend of the Sea (FOS) certification that hails the Italian firm’s efforts to promote sustainability of its marine ingredients-based products.
After 2020’s record setting sales across the dietary supplements industry, many industry members have been wondering if such levels could be maintained through 2021. Ellen Schutt, executive director of trade group GOED, has good news for the sector: 2021...
Omega-3 supplementation could be useful in increasing skeletal muscle mass or strength, particularly in populations at risk of sarcopenia, according to researchers from DSM, who carried out the review.
Fourfive, the UK-based CBD and wellness startup founded by athletes, has been announced as the exclusive Official Wellness Partner of Saracen’s Mens and Womens rugby teams, and the Saracens Mavericks netball team.
A meta-analysis of 41 studies has found that a high intake of the omega-3 fatty acid alpha linolenic acid (ALA) is associated with a lower risk of death from all causes, and specifically from diseases of the heart and blood vessels.
The Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment (VKM) says there is insufficient data to recommend a daily intake of the omega-3 oils, Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) for 3-18-year-olds.
Our latest round-up features on new innovations from a2 milk, an infant formula containing novel lipid structure by Danone, to new omega-3 and probiotics launches targeted at infants and young children.
A new, microalgae-derived, omega-3 fatty acid supplement, for producers to incorporate into dairy rations, has been launched by Anpario, an independent manufacturer and distributor of feed additives for livestock.
Formulated with bovine and marine collagens, along with several products containing highly concentrated borage oil, the new line marks the omega-3 player’s first foray into the beauty-from-within category.
The supplementation of both omega-3 and nanocurcumin could decrease the incidence and severity of episodic migraine by reducing the genetic expression of a particular molecule in the body, based on the findings of a two-month RCT.
Lus Health Ingredients (LUS), a born and bred vegan supplier of plant-based nutritional oils and fats, has received official V-label status - the international seal of approval for vegan and vegetarian products.
Sunflower is one of the main oilseed crops, ranking fourth in global oil production after palm, soybean, and rapeseed. Nutritional properties and industrial use of sunflower oil depend heavily on the fatty acid composition. With so many uses, developing...
Because depression appears less common in nations where people eat large amounts of fish, scientists have looked into whether fish oils may play a role in mood disorders over the years. Two omega-3 fatty acids —eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic...
Despite some confusion in the marketplace and an unresolved citizen’s petition on the issue, dietary supplement brands should label all nutrition information, particularly calories on sports nutrition products, industry experts tell NutraIngredients-USA.
A diet rich in omega 3 (n-3) fatty acids could reduce the number of headaches in those suffering from migraines, a study states, as researchers points to related molecules that aid in alleviating pain.
Low levels of EPA and DHA omega-3s in red blood cell membranes may have a similar predictive power of early death to that of the well-established standard risk factors, such as smoking, says a new analysis.
Tumour cells poison themselves when consuming an Omega-3 fatty acid due to an inability to store it correctly, a study claims, which proposes this mechanism to explain the fatty acid’s cancer-fighting abilities.