Multivitamins May Decrease Risk of Cancer

Anaheim, CA—A study released on Wednesday at the American Association for Cancer Research conference in Anaheim announced that multivitamin use might decrease risks of...

Omega-3 Supplements May Play a Role in Aging

Columbus, OH—A recent study at The Ohio State University on omega-3 fatty acids shows that these “good fats” do more than just fight inflammation;...

Low Levels of Vitamin D Linked to Increased MS Symptoms

San Francisco—New studies suggest that low levels of vitamin D are associated with increased symptoms in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. Lead researcher, Ellen M. Mowry,...

FDA Investigates Structure/Function Claims

The Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released a report in responses to growing concerns about dietary supplements...

FTC’s Green Guides Finalized…Finally

It has been a long wait, but the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced on October 1 that its “Guides for the Use of Environmental...

Study: An Apple a Day Keeps Cholesterol at Bay

Columbus, OH—The famous phrase about apples and the doctor may actually be true, at least when it comes to their concern over our cholesterol. A...

Bakers Yeast Now Allowed as Source of D2

Rockville, MD—In response to a 2009 petition submitted by Lallemand, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced that it will revise its food...

Pterostilbene Supports Blood Pressure in Study

Irvine, CA—New research conducted at the University of Mississippi Medical Center suggests that pterostilbene could be of benefit for adults who need blood pressure...

SupplySide 2012 Preview

Las Vegas, NV—Industry suppliers will again gather in Las Vegas to learn about the latest in natural product ingredients and raw materials. Taking place...

Algal DHA Improves Reading, Behavior in Children

Parents looking to support their children’s performance in schools may want to consider a new study from the University of Oxford documenting the benefits...