With a strong backing of nine published studies highlighting the efficacy of Monteloeder’s entry for the NutraIngredients awards 'weight management ingredient of the year' category, the team reflects on the importance of the win for exposure...
Probiotic supplementation was found to reduce weight gain and decrease accumulation of fat in the livers of lab mice fed a high-fat diet, according to a new study from the China Agricultural University in Beijing.
Research suggests that a novel synbiotic supplement comprising Bacillus subtilis and L-alanyl-L-glutamine (Ala-Gln) can improve glucose parameters and generate weight loss in individuals with pre-diabetes.
France's TargEDys has signed an exclusive partnership with Germany’s SymbioPharm to market and distribute SymbioLife Satylia, a food supplement based on TargEDys’ next-generation probiotic Hafnia alvei HA4597.
The slimming foods industry has welcomed the review of some EU composition requirements for total diet replacements (TDRs) but calls for further changes to protein requirements which it argues create 'serious sensory issues'.
Targeted supplementation with caffeine or Capsicum annuum (C. annuum) fruit powder increases metabolic activity and can quickly restore metabolic homeostasis where dysfunctions occur, according to a study from Australia.
Daily supplementation with a specific strain of Lactobacillus plantarum may help reduce body weight and a range of other measures including blood lipid levels and liver enzymes, says a new study with mice.
Knowledge gleaned from the commercialization of Akkermansia muciniphila should lead to an accelerated path to market for a novel probiotic candidate for weight management, says the researcher behind both developments.
Sports nutrition products are often linked to certain diet plans, such as ketogenic diets, high protein/low fat approaches and others. A nutrition expert says the prosaic takeaway is that all of these have been shown to work, provided that consumers...
Ahead of Expo West, Monteloeder releases study that demonstrates extracts from hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) and lemon verbena (Lippia citriodora) may enhance satiety, suppress appetite and reduce cravings.
New research has found significant positive shifts in gut microbiome makeup among subjects participating in a weight loss program with the most beneficial changes occurring in subjects who showed low diversity at the outset.
Twelve weeks of supplementation with a turmeric extract led to significant reductions in body weight for overweight but healthy people. The extract was also associated with improvements in mental health scores.
Supplementation with a proprietary combination of extracts from Bergamot orange and Tongkat Ali led to significant reductions in BMI in a 112-day study with obese people, showing the potential of the ingredient for weight management formulations.
Middle-aged obese people assigned to a low-calorie diet to promote weight loss may reap greater benefits with additional lutein supplementation, say findings from a double-blind, randomized controlled trial.
Companies are still seeing opportunities in developing supplements that address the evergreen needs of weight management and skin protection, even as consumers tighten their purse strings and spend more on hygiene and immune health supplements.