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Omega-3s May Lower CVD Risk, New Meta-Analysis Finds

Boston, MA—A new meta-analysis found that people who received omega-3 fish oil supplements in randomized clinical trials had lower risks of heart attack and...

Global EPA, DHA Consumption Sees 2019 Rise

Global consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 ingredients is likely to see a jump by the end of 2019, according to a press release...

FDA Announces Qualified Health Claims for EPA, DHA

Silver Spring, MD—FDA announced in a press release that it “does not intend to object” to the use of qualified health claims stating that...

MegaFood Announces D.C. Rally to Ban Glyphosate

Washington, D.C.--On May 23, following a rally at Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C., supplement and vitamin brand MegaFood will deliver a petition to the Environmental...

Wiley’s and OmegaQuant Educate on Omega-3 Index Tests

London, UK-- At the Natural & Organic Products Europe conference in London, which took place April 7-8, OmegaQuant Analytics and Wiley's Finest shared a booth...

Organic & Natural Health Ramps Up Goals for Nutrient Field Study Participation

Washington, D.C.--Organic & Natural Health announced the results and future goals of its "Nutrient Power" campaign and nutrient field study at the organization’s 4th annual...

Study: New Form of EPA Increases Levels of Omegas in the Brain

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago found that adding a lysophospholipid form of EPA to the diet can increase levels of EPA...

Impact of Government Shutdown on Small Business, Health

Washington, D.C.—As the government shutdown that began on December 22 stretches into a second week, CNBC reports that there are no clear signs of...

Dicamba Approved for Two More Years

Washington, D.C. -- The EPA has made up its mind about dicamba: it is “a valuable pest control tool for America’s farmers,” according to the...

Glyphosate Petition Submitted to EPA

The Environmental Working Group and other food companies sent a petition to the Environmental Protection Agency this week, calling for more stringent limits on...

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