Organic Produce

Organic Produce Tops US Organic Shoppers Grocery Lists

Americans are buying more organic produce and would buy even more if it were less expensive. When compared to such food categories as dairy,...
Produce

On-the-Go Produce Snacking Is On the Rise

While not as big as the salty snack category, according to a new report by Nielsen, snackable produce (grapes, cherries, bananas, baby carrots, oranges, mandarins,...
Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo Biloba Extract May Boost Brain Health

According to a new study, extracts from Ginkgo biloba leaves may have a positive effect on the oxygen uptake and blood antioxidant capacity of...
Red Hot Pepper

Red Hot Pepper Extract May Help Increase Metabolic Rate

A new study, published in Obesity: Open Access, suggest a branded capsaicinoid - an extract from red hot peppers - may boost one's metabolic...
cognitive

Infant Gut Microbiome May Influence Cognitive Development

A new study, published in Biological Psychiatry, suggest babies with high levels of the bacteria gene Bacteroides, perform better in cognitive tests. Trying to find...

New Study Finds Low Vitamin K2 Status Increases Risk of Fracture

Oslo, Norway and Metuchen, NJ– In Würzburg, Germany, a new study was presented at the International Conference on Children’s Bone Health. The study highlighted...
Astaxanthin

New Study Shows Astaxanthin May Reduce Heart Rate in Runners

Irvine, CA — Algae Health Sciences, Inc., a subsidiary of BGG, announced in a press release the results of a clinical trial published by...

New Research Finds Healthy Microbiome Protects Against Listeria

The Rockefeller University Press announce a new research demonstrating that bacteria residing naturally in the gut can protect against Listeria symptoms. Researchers are hoping...

Research Indicates Probiotic May Improve Athletic Performance

Kennesaw, GA — A recent study was conducted to test the effect of the probiotic strain DE111 (by Deerland Enzymes and Probiotics) on athletic...
Parkinson’s disease

Alpha-, Beta-carotene and Lycopene May Affect Parkinson’s Disease

Edison, NJ — A recent study, published in Nutrition Research and Practice, has shown that low levels of alpha-carotene, beta-carotene and lycopene could be...

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