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April 2014 Issue
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An interview with Luc Robitaille
By Sheldon Baker
Published April 1, 2014
Luc Robitaille is one of the greatest players in National Hockey League (NHL) history. Read More »
Published March 27, 2014
A study, soon-to-be published in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, found that athletes who consumed a beverage with Cluster Dextrin had lower levels of interleukin following vigorous exercise, compared to those who used a glucose-b… Read More »
Published March 21, 2014
A study published in The Journal of Aging Research & Clinical Practice found the ingredient elevATP from FutureCeuticals stimulated endogenous production of ATP in humans.   elevATP is a proprietary blend of plant-derived trace minerals… Read More »
Published March 3, 2014
Market has still seen consistent growth. Read More »
Published February 19, 2014
With concerns about the safety of caffeine and energy drinks, researchers sought to evaluate if caffeine consumption correlated with the increased sale of energy drinks. Read More »
Slideshow: Going for Gold with Sports Nutrition Supplements
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published February 11, 2014
There's something for everyone in the sports nutrition market. Read More »
Melatonin: Providing Much-Needed Sleep to Tinnitus Sufferers
By Lisa Olivo, Associate Editor
Published January 23, 2014
The hormonal sleep aid melatonin is positioned to offer more restful sleep and less severe symptoms to those suffering from tinnitus. Read More »
Published January 8, 2014
According to new research from Mintel, nearly six in 10 Americans (59%) who are current energy drink or shot users said that they worry about the safety of consuming such products. Read More »
Published December 18, 2013
Bioenergy Life Science researchers recently became the first team to test caffeine, ribose and glucose using a fatigue model in mice. The company believes these results may lead to changes in the ingredient ratios used in energy products.   For… Read More »
New Nutrition Business Forecasts the Biggest Trends of 2014
Published December 11, 2013
The report anticipates that weight wellness and slow energy may be among the key growth opportunities. Read More »
Published December 10, 2013
Aecetia Foods, Ltd., New York, NY, has blended extra virgin coconut oil, organic sunflower lecithin and organic unsweetened cocoa to create Quoquos Coconut Oil Lecithin Cocoa. The new dietary supplement aims to boost energy and stamina… Read More »
Published December 2, 2013
Global consumption of energy drinks has grown by 15%. Read More »
Published November 11, 2013
The new brand healthy mama, New York, NY, has introduced a series of over-the-counter remedies for expectant and nursing mothers. The line is now available in the U.S. through the retailer buybuy Baby. According to the company, healthy mama was deve… Read More »
Functional Foods 2.0: A Natural Evolution
By Julian Mellentin, New Nutrition Business
Published November 1, 2013
The category has moved in some unexpected directions, but ultimately, consumers are demanding products that fit naturally into their lifestyles, are convenient and taste good. Read More »
Published October 1, 2013
Results of a cross-over clinical evaluation showed that ChromaDex Corp’s PURENERGY caffeine alternative—a patented co-crystal ingredient comprised of caffeine and pTeroPure pterostilbene, a potent antioxidant found in blueberries—al… Read More »
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