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Published January 27, 2015
CRN guidlines recommend at least 150 mcg of iodine be included in supplements for pregnant and lactating women. Read More »
Published January 26, 2015
Research suggests benefits of fish consumption on prenatal development may offset risks associated with mercury exposure. Read More »
Published January 23, 2015
Single doses of 200 mg do not raise safety concerns for adults. Read More »
Published January 22, 2015
A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences demonstrated that daily use of Pycnogenol could help improve attention span, memory, decision-making — including executive-level performance — and overall cognitive function.… Read More »
Published January 19, 2015
The proposed language would repeal existing regulations that govern clear and reasonable warnings under California's law. Read More »
Published January 15, 2015
CDC estimates 1,300 babies annually were protected by fortifying grain foods with folic acid. Read More »
Published January 12, 2015
Children’s supplements claimed to treat childhood speech disorders. Read More »
Published January 8, 2015
Several measures of immune function improved with 7,000 IU vitamin D3 supplementation. Read More »
Published January 5, 2015
Results offer a model for testing whether the effects of a high-fat diet can be repaired through dietary intervention. Read More »
Published January 5, 2015
Collaboration aims to improve nutrition and reduce risk factors of pregnancy-related conditions. Read More »
Published January 5, 2015
Asia Pacific was the largest regional market in 2013, accounting for 41.5% of the global share. Read More »
An Interview with Deb Wycoff
By Sheldon Baker, NutraInk
Published January 5, 2015
A native Iowan, Deb Wycoff is an established soy food industry leader. Read More »
Snacks & Bars: Reflections of A New Food Culture
By Sean Moloughney, Editor
Published January 5, 2015
Convenience, health and taste drive an evolving category ripe for innovation. Read More »
Minerals: Elements for Good Health
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published January 5, 2015
These essential nutrients still offer a wealth of opportunities. Read More »
Brazil Declares War on ‘Ultra-Processed’ Products
By Simone Baroke, Contributing Analyst, Euromonitor International
Published January 5, 2015
Vilification of fortified and reformulated products runs contrary to consumer demand for healthy convenience. Read More »
Published January 4, 2015
In 2013, the global market for functional waters grew by 10% in volume to 4.8 billion liters and by 8.5% in value to $6.5 billion, according to a report from food and drinks industry consultancy Zenith International. The report identified eight ke… Read More »
Published December 24, 2014
Denmark study shows one in five children aged 10-14 exceed recommended caffeine intake when they consume energy drinks. Read More »
Published December 24, 2014
Consumers are opting for natural products that offer added elements of excitement and novelty. Read More »
Published December 10, 2014
Every dollar spent on nutrition during the first 1,000 days of a child’s life can provide up to $166 in future earnings. Read More »
Published December 4, 2014
Findings from the study support the role of vitamin E in protecting the embryo and fetus during pregnancy. Read More »
Published December 3, 2014
Functional waters grew by 10% in volume to 4,800 million liters and by 8.5% in value to $6.5 billion. Read More »
Published December 3, 2014
Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is believed to affect up to 10% of the population. Read More »
Getting Ahead of the Curve: Magnesium & Potassium
By Dr. A. Elizabeth Sloan & Dr. Catherine Adams Hutt, Sloan Trends, Inc.
Published December 1, 2014
These important minerals have a bright future across a range of health categories. Read More »
Published December 1, 2014
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has approved an Article 14 Health Claim that recognizes omega-3 docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to normal brain function. The Panel found there was sufficient evidence to indicate that DHA contribut… Read More »
Published November 26, 2014
While folic acid supplementation is a standard recommendation in the U.K., it is a policy that is poorly followed. Read More »
Published November 19, 2014
The USDA standards limit fat, sodium, sugar and calories. Read More »
Published November 19, 2014
Claims in Internet advertising were challenged by the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Read More »
Published November 13, 2014
If adopted, the new ruling would provide a stronger emphasis on the importance of DHA for children, according to GOED. Read More »
Published November 7, 2014
Added sugars provided 300 calories per day to the diets of U.S adults from 2009-2010. Read More »
The Great GMO Debate
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published November 4, 2014
Varying views on biotech crops took the stage at SupplySide West. Read More »
Published November 3, 2014
In a breakthrough meeting with AHPA President Michael McGuffin in September, top officials of the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) recognized the value of AHPA’s innovative proposal to allow more informative w… Read More »
Form & Function: Focusing on Delivery & Bioavailability
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published November 3, 2014
Convenience, choice and sensory experience drive consumer interest. Read More »
Fats for Life
By Alan Richman, Contributing Writer
Published November 3, 2014
The essential fatty acids described here are critical to both life and health. Read More »
Key Trends in Functional Foods & Beverages for 2015
By Julian Mellentin, New Nutrition Business
Published November 3, 2014
Understanding and connecting multiple trends can lead to long-term market success. Read More »
Published October 27, 2014
Nordic Naturals Watsonville, CA, is kicking off a fall initiative—“Buy One Bottle. Help Two Heroes”— to raise awareness and support for Paws for Veterans, a nonprofit organization that helps rebuild the lives of combat-wounded… Read More »
Published October 21, 2014
Vitamin Angels received the American College of Nutrition’s Humanitarian Award at ACN’s 55th Annual Conference. Read More »
Published October 20, 2014
The $4 million in grants will establish four regional centers and a coordinating center for research on nutrition education and obesity prevention. Read More »
Dairy Protein Positioned for Growth
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published October 6, 2014
A new report from Amadee+Company predicts long-term prosperity for the dairy protein market. Read More »
Published October 2, 2014
OEHHA to consider AHPA's informative, consumer friendly label warning. Read More »
Nutraceuticals Pouches: Practical Packaging
By Kevin Young, Mondi North America, Coatings and Consumer Packaging
Published October 1, 2014
Pouches present an appealing and highly portable packaging option for beverages, powders, gels, yogurts and other probiotic products. Read More »
The Blood Sugar Balancing Act
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published October 1, 2014
Can nutraceuticals designed to support healthy glucose levels help control the diabesity epidemic? Read More »
A ‘Yes-Brainer’
By Alan Richman, Contributing Writer
Published October 1, 2014
As the graying of America races forward, the brain health ingredients category has become a major market. Read More »
Brain Health: An Untapped Opportunity
By Dilip Ghosh, PhD, FACN, nutriConnect
Published October 1, 2014
The role of nutrition in cognitive function is complex and research is ongoing. Read More »
Getting Ahead of the Curve: Organic
By Dr. A. Elizabeth Sloan & Dr. Catherine Adams Hutt, Sloan Trends, Inc.
Published October 1, 2014
A strong foundation of interest in organic foods and beverages will support growth for the future. Read More »
Published October 1, 2014
Clinical studies show that red yeast rice supplements can dramatically lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, however, recent tests by ConsumerLab.com, White Plains, NY, showed that products tested were as much as 500 times stronger than others, despite listin… Read More »
Infant Formula with Wellmune Launched in South Korea
Published September 24, 2014
infant formula created by one of the largest dairy producers in South Korea, Nam Yang Dairy Products Co., LTD. Imperial Dream XO (Step 3) was developed to support health and wellness in infants ages 6-12 months.   Strengthening the immune syst… Read More »
Published September 18, 2014
A study by the University of Tartu in Estonia examining sweeteners for dental care products showed that erythritol displayed the greatest reduction in cavity development compared to the sweeteners sorbitol and xylitol.   “Most oral care… Read More »
Published September 17, 2014
Tooth decay is the most common non-communicable disease in the world. Read More »
Soluble Wheat Bran Extract Offers Digestive Support
By Douwina Bosscher, PhD, Leader Nutrition Sciences, Global R&D, Food Ingredient Systems, Cargill
Published September 12, 2014
Arabinoxylan-oligosaccharides found in the extract support digestion and are linked to antioxidant properties. Read More »
New Article Makes Recommendations to Combat Obesity
Published September 11, 2014
Paper makes recommendations for biological, lifestyle and environmental changes for attaining a healthy weight. Read More »
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