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Published November 5, 2012
Capsugel, Morristown, NJ, will provide formulation support and dosage delivery for a krill oil line and other key supplements for Mercola.com, a site that provides health articles, wellness products and a natural health newsletter. The site is owned… Read More »
Published December 21, 2011
Can zinc supplements shorten colds and reduce the progression of advanced macular degeneration? “Yes, but not all supplements provide a dosage that has been proven effective,” according to Tod Cooperman, MD, president of ConsumerLab.com, White Plains, NY. Read More »
Published April 19, 2013
Industry organizations chime in on the NTP analysis of ginkgo, which reports a supposed carcinogenicity of Ginkgo biloba. Read More »
Published February 12, 2013
NDS Nutrition, Omaha, NE, has launched EvoLean, a metabolism-boosting supplement. This potent formulation features efficacious dosage of its key ingredients, such as 100 mg of 7-Keto DHEA, 1,200 mg of green coffee bean extract (standardized 50% chlor… Read More »
Delivery Systems: Meeting the Challenge of Change
By Jack Kenny, Contributing Writer
Published July 1, 2012
With so many different types of consumers taking dietary supplements, delivery systems must evolve to meet their needs. Read More »
Published May 16, 2011
Research conducted at the University of Utah Brain Institute revealed that individuals receiving Cognizin citicoline, from Kyowa Hakko, at a dose of 250 mg showed improved attention and a better ability to produce correct responses in performance tes… Read More »
Published May 6, 2011
Provexis plc has developed a naturally derived ingredient designed to tackle cardiovascular inflammation. The company has identified that isothiocyanates contained in certain cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, mustard seeds and water cress have… Read More »
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Published March 9, 2011
A new report by ConsumerLab.com, White Plains, NY, highlights the difficulty consumers may have in selecting a supplement containing the antioxidant CoQ10 or its activated form, ubiquinol. Read More »
Published April 1, 2010
A series of studies published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) offer new insights into the possible benefits derived from feeding foods containing high omega 3 fatty acid concentrations to dogs with osteoarthritis… Read More »
By Casey Adams
Published May 1, 2009
Research reveals interesting applications for probiotic bacteria and their frequent partners in health, prebiotics. Read More »
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