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In this podcast interview, Jeremy Appleton--vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs with SFI USA--explains how inflammation works in the body and the current state of research on anti-inflammatory ingredients found in many dietary supplements.
In this podcast interview with INSIDER’s Josh Long, Jeremy Appleton—vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs with SFI USA—explains how inflammation works in the body, misconceptions about inflammation and its association with disease, and the current state of research on anti-inflammatory ingredients found in many dietary supplements.
Appleton will be speaking on Friday, Sept. 29, during a workshop at SupplySide West in Las Vegas. The workshop “Addressing Inflammation Naturally … and Legally,” will explore how inflammation works in the body, the state of research on anti-inflammatory ingredients, and making claims that will toe the line and avoid the wrath of federal regulators.
Associate editorial director, Natural Products Insider, Informa Markets Health and Nutrition
Josh Long directs the online news, feature and op-ed coverage at Natural Products Insider, which targets the health and wellness industry. He has been reporting on developments in the dietary supplement industry for over a decade, with a special focus on regulatory issues, including at the Food and Drug Administration.
Josh majored in journalism and graduated from Arizona State University the same year ‘Jake the Snake’ Plummer led the Sun Devils to the Rose Bowl against the Ohio State Buckeyes. He also holds a J.D. from the University of Wyoming College of Law, was admitted in 2008 to practice law in the state of Colorado and spent a year clerking for a state district court judge.
Over more than a quarter century, he’s written on various topics for newspapers and business-to-business publications – from the Yavapai in Arizona and a controversial plan for a nuclear-waste incinerator in Idaho to nuanced issues, including FDA enforcement of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA).
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