Omega-3 May Help Children With ADHD, Says Study

Gothenburg, Sweden— A new dissertation from the University of Gothenburg says that omega-3 and omega-6 supplementation may be able to improve problem behavior in...

Fancy Foods Go On a Health Kick

Twice a year, I spend weeks dieting before the seasonal Fancy Food show, with the anticipation of over-indulging. This winter, I was asked to...

In Memoriam: Allen Skolnick

Allen Skolnick, a pioneer in the nutrition industry, passed away on April 24. Reflecting on this sad news, Richard A. Passwater, Ph.D., science editor...

CRN Joined By Thirteen Companies

Washington D.C. — The leading trade association for the dietary supplement and functional food industry, The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), announced that thirteen...

Study of College Students’ Diet Shows Unhealthy Trends

Corvallis, OR—Many college students let healthy diets slide during the school year, but their diets might be worse than many have imagined. And, there...

Adequate Magnesium Intake May Help Prevent Diabetes, Study Says

Sao Paulo, Brazil—A new research study conducted in Brazil has linked magnesium intake to diabetes, finding that a magnesium deficiency could lead to the...
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T. bellerica Reduces Uric Acid in Study

New Brunswick, NJ–When the body breaks down purines, it creates uric acid in the process. In most healthy people, this chemical is excreted in...

Scholarships Announced for Natural Products Industry

  Washington, D.C.—Members of the natural products industry who are interested in furthering their education may have a new source of funding. The Natural Products...

In Memoriam: Gerald Kessler

The natural products industry mourns one of its greatest trailblazers with the loss of Gerald Kessler, who has passed away at the age of...

Breaking Records and Setting Trends at Expo West

It was another record breaking year for the 2017 Natural Products Expo West, with more than 80,000 in attendance at the Anaheim Convention Center...