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A Stain on Codex

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as do the circumstances of individual cases,...

Active Coenzyme B Lozenge

Jarrow Formulas has announced an extension of its popular Methyl B12/Methyl Folate lozenge — this time, in a cherry flavored lozenge. This lozenge will...

Niacin: The Original Megavitamin Is More Important Than Ever

We have been discussing the importance of niacin with Dr. Andrew Saul. So far we have discussed niacin’s important, but lesser known roles including...

NattoPharma Sees K2 Demand Growing

OSLO, Norway — NattoPharma Group, maker of MenaQ7, reported accelerated interest in the branded vitamin K2 and said it is poised to take off because...

Vitamin Shoppe Sales Plummet 8.3%

Secaucus, NJ – Citing a heated competitive omnichannel retail environment, particularly in the sports supplement category, Vitamin Shoppe posted Q2 sales of $304.8 million...

Captek Softgel International Acquires J+D Labs

Cerritos, CA  – Dietary supplement contract manufacturer Captek Softgel International, has acquired J+D Labs Pharma Manufacturing for an undisclosed price. Captek is a portfolio company...

Growing a Healthy Children’s Market

If you’re of a certain age, you likely remember those metallic-yet-sweet-flavored Flintstones vitamins, as they were pretty much the only children’s multi available. And...

Niacin: The Original Megavitamin Is More Important Than Ever

L et’s continue discussing some of the many health benefits of niacin with Dr. Andrew Saul. Most people have no clue why niacin is...

Immunity from A to Zinc

Ah-choo! That’s the usual clarion call for a person to say to himself or herself, “Is it a cold or allergies? And I need...
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Lily of the Desert Nutrition

Company Description Founded in 1971, Lily of the Desert is privately owned and operated by the Lovelace Family headquartered in Denton, Texas. Lily’s mission and...

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