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Julie Dennis, National Science Educator at Source Naturals/Planetary Herbals

Julie Dennis, National Science Educator at Source Naturals/Planetary Herbals
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What’s Hot in the Supplement Aisles: Stress Relief

Look in any vitamin department and you’ll see an array of products targeting stress relief. Typically, within this category you’re going to see products...

Botanical Adulterants: What You Should Know

Adulteration has been around as long as commerce has been around. This is true for many industries including the commerce of botanical ingredients. Therefore,...
vitamin retailers,

Sell Vitamins? Know the Regs

The Dietary Supplement Health Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994 are federal regulations governing the manufacturing and marketing of dietary supplements, which includes most vitamin...
supplements

Dietary Supplement Excipients, Fillers and Binders: What’s Hot and What’s Not?

Transparency is a big issue with consumers these days so it’s no wonder they want to know everything that goes into their dietary supplements,...

The Dietary Supplement/Non-GMO Conundrum

If you work in the natural products industry you probably know that the non-GMO category is growing and retailers are responding by stocking an...

Vitamin Retailer? Assure Quality With These Questions

Vitamin retailers are in a particularly powerful position to make sure they only offer the highest quality dietary supplements. But when it comes to...
Telomeres

Telomeres

What's all the buzz about telomeres? Products are beginning to appear on natural product shelves claiming to support healthy aging by supporting the health of...

Ayurveda: An Emerging U.S. Market

Retailers, is it time to expand your Ayurvedic dietary supplement offerings? Consider this: the Indian nutraceutical market was valued at $1.48 billion in 2011...

The Supplement Issue: Vegetarians and Vegans

An estimated 23 million U.S. adults are largely following a vegetarian-inclined diet, according to a study of approximately 6,000 consumers by MMR Research Worldwide....

Bone Health: What’s New

Like many women, as well as men, I actively seek ways to support bone health. So when a new ingredient comes along that shows...