Joint Health

Menopause: An opportunity for businesses and societal change

World Menopause Day

Menopause: An opportunity for businesses and societal change

By Olivia Haslam

Menopausal women are an overlooked demographic in the health and wellness industry, but one that could offer untapped opportunity for businesses, says co-founder of the menopause brand partnership company, Gen M.

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Postmenopausal women work out too

By Danielle Masterson

Gone are the days of scaled down, pink bottles featuring thin 20-something women. Marketers are beginning to be more inclusive by offering packaging and products that represent reality: athletes of all shapes and sizes—and ages too.

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Clinical trial supports TamaFlex joint health benefits

By Stephen Daniells

A combination of standardized extracts of tamarind seeds and turmeric may improve joint comfort and function, aerobic capacity, and lower body strength in people with mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis, says a new study.

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Collagen drives growth in joint health category

By Nikki Hancocks

With a growing proportion of younger, active consumers taking a proactive approach to their mobility and joint health, there has been a growing interest in the role that collagen can play.

Rousselot revamps following “the year of mobility”

Rousselot revamps following “the year of mobility”

By Olivia Brown

Collagen-based solution supplier Rousselot highlights a heightened need for collagen to “help us withstand the stresses of healthy living”, following lifestyle changes post-COVID and the subsequent strain on our bodies.

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The Turmeric Co. partners rugby training academy

By Nikki Hancocks

UK-based turmeric shot brand The Turmeric Co. has partnered with SW7 Academy, a rugby training academy to help rugby players and everyday people achieve their full fitness potential.

Pura Collagen on success amid Brexit, pandemic

Pura Collagen on success amid Brexit, pandemic

By Danielle Masterson

Just as the UK entered a new trading relationship with the EU, the economy was thrown another curveball with the pandemic. But with a little strategic foresight and a lot of humor, Jennifer Mo is taking the situation in stride.

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Olive leaf extract can relieve severe knee pain, study finds

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Daily intake of olive leaf extract (OLE) is effective in reducing joint discomfort and increasing mobility in older people with significant high knee pain, according to the results from a Swiss study, sponsored by Nestle.


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