Maternal intake of choline, an essential brain nutrient for mother and developing child, significantly increases DHA status, more than supplementing with DHA by itself, says a new study from Cornell University.
With weight loss supplements under attack in several states, researchers rebut with science. The authors of a new paper examine the safety of six ingredients, a move they hope will encourage since-based decisions.
Higher combined intake of choline and lutein plus zeaxanthin is associated with faster performance on a cognitive flexibility task in overweight and obese adults, says a new study that adds to a growing body of science supporting the brain health benefits...
Insufficient intakes of choline and the omega-3 docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may have lifelong deleterious impacts on maternal and infant health, according to a paper by researchers from Pharmavite LLC, the company behind Nature’s Made supplements.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Institute have been awarded a four-year, $2.6 million grant by the National Institutes of Health to develop and validate laboratory tests to assess choline status in humans.
As the number of omega-3 sources in the market increases, including fish, krill, squid, algae, and plant, suppliers are increasingly using the omega-3 form to differentiate their products. But where does the science currently stand, which questions remain,...
Lack of choline in the American diet is a public health issue,
according to a Solae nutritionist, and the way is open for
manufacturers to develop more choline-fortified foods and to use
the nutrient as a selling point.
Spanish choline manufacturer Algry Quimica has welcomed new US
regulations regarding choline salts to become effective in autumn
2003. The company said the laws will clearly define the quality of
Balchem Encapsulates said it will now be offering only USP-grade
choline chloride and choline bitartrate to customers. The company's
products have received a quality recognition from the United States
Pharmacopeia (USP) which...