Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, a journal of the American Heart Association, published an 11-year study that suggested a link between vitamin K deficiency and an increased risk of coronary heart disease.
A report to be prepared for assessing the benefits on allowing vitamins to be purchased through the supplemental nutrition program women, infants and children (WIC) makes news, while other companies announced new personnel and product launches.
Early iterations of “healthy" products left a bitter taste in the consumer’s mouth, literally. However, technological advances in flavor masking systems have brought new solutions that deliver great-tasting natural product options.
A randomized, controlled study revealed that red palm oil supplementation decreased lipid peroxidation and endotoxemia, production of inflammatory cytokines, and monocyte tissue factor in chronic liver disease patients.
A merger brings leadership changes, while other companies announced new personnel who bring years of experience.
From health claims and distribution agreements to a program focused on the global search for innovation, the industry has been teeming with developments.
A new machine for producing polarized water for nutraceutical applications and a preferred supplier status help distinguish two Ingredient Marketplace exhibitors.
Recently published research highlighted the potentially beneficial effects of ingredients such as berry polyphenols, acai pulp, vitamin D and carotenoids in areas including cognitive function, oxidative damage, cancer and bone mineral density.
Amidst recent personnel moves, the industry also took pause to reflect upon and celebrate the life of a visionary scientific pioneer.