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Study: Nootropic Benefits of Sustained-Release Caffeine from Green Coffee Bean

Mumbai, India, and Morristown, NJ—OmniActive Health Technologies announced the publication of new pharmacokinetic data on its proprietary energy ingredient Xtenergy, a natural, sustained-release caffeine from green coffee bean. Published in Current Research in Behavioral...

Long-Term Study Shows Safety, Benefits of Prebiotic Infant Formula

A long-term study from an EU-funded project has shown that enriching infant formula milk with oligofructose-enriched inulin, branded Orafti Synergy1, can reduce the duration of infections in the first year of a baby’s life....

Study Demonstrates Bioavailability of Low-Dose Turmeric Extract

A study published in The Journal of Nutrition has found that TurmiPure Gold, a branded curcumin extract from Naturex, is bioavailable at a low dose. The randomized, cross-over pharmacokinetic study was performed on 30...

Research Links Mushrooms with Lowered Cancer Risk

PA—Higher mushroom consumption is associated with a lower risk of cancer, according to a new study from Penn State. The meta-analysis, published in Advances in Nutrition, used data from 17 cancer studies published from...

Study Finds Skincare Benefits for Pycnogenol

A new study has shown skincare benefits for Pycnogenol, a branded French maritime pine bark extract from Horphag. The randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, crossover intervention study was performed on 76 Han Chinese working outdoors in...

Study Links Certain Supplements With Reduced Risk of COVID-19

Certain supplements may reduce risk of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 for women, according to a new study published in BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health. Researchers drew on data from the COVID-19 Symptom Study app,...

Study: Omega-3 Index is a Strong Risk Predictor of Premature Death

Sioux Falls, SD—A new paper, published in Nature Communications, looks at the relationship between the Omega-3 Index and risk for death from any and all causes. The finding: People with higher omega-3 EPA and...

It’s a Small Ask, Do Your Own Research!

Stay safe, stay at home, space, face, test, track, trace, bla, bla-de-bla,…… the requests from these people are endless and these same short snappy requests seem to quickly pass into the general public. Well...

Kefir Probiotics Show Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Bacterial Action in Mice

Beer-Sheva, Israel—Researchers at Ben-Furion University of the Negev have identified new drug candidates to combat pathogenic bacteria and treat various inflammatory conditions, based on molecules isolated by probiotic Kefir yogurt. The research was published...

Turmeric Extract Demonstrates Pain Relief, Inflammation Reduction in New Study

Kerala, India—Results of a new study have revealed that BCM-95, the branded turmeric extract from Arjuna Natural, is as effective as paracetamol in reducing pain and other symptoms of knee osteoarthritis. The study, published...

Study on Chili Pepper Extract Demonstrates Weight Management Properties

Mumbai, India and Morristown, NJ—OmniActive Health Technologies has announced outcomes of a new study on the company’s branded red chili pepper extract Capsimax, showing significant increases in resting energy expenditure (REE) post-consumption. REE is...

Preliminary Research Suggests Selenium May Protect Against Obesity

Cold Spring, NY—Selenium may protect against obesity and provide metabolic benefits, according to a study performed in mice, published in eLife. A press release on the study states that one method of increasing healthy...

Study Suggests Maypro Anti-Aging Ingredient May Be Highly Effective

Purchase, NY—Maypro Industries’ Proprietary Branded Ingredients (PBI) division has announced the publication of new research by Takiwa Phytochemical and the University of Tokyo on a proprietary extract of Kaempferia parviflora, branded Sirtmax, commonly known...

AIDP Announces Bioavailability Study on Vegan D3 Ingredient

City of Industry, CA—AIDP Inc. has announced new bioavailability data regarding its VegD3, an organic, vegan form of vitamin D3. The study was completed in Ireland through R&D business AnaBio Technologies and University College...

Harvard/NSF Study Tests for Harmful Stimulants in Sports Nutrition Supps; CRN Weighs In

Researchers from NSF International and Harvard Medical School set out to determine the presence and quantity of experimental stimulants in dietary supplements labeled as containing deterenol sold in the United States. They tested 17...

BAPP Confirms Adulterated Materials Sold as Elderberry

Austin, TX—The ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterant Prevention Program (BAPP) has announced a new article, published in the March issue of the American Botanical Council’s (ABC’s) HerbalEGram newsletter, that details results from analytical laboratories on ingredients...

Study Links Dementia With Processed Meat—But Not Red Meat

Leeds, West Yorkshire, England—Consuming a 25g serving of processed meat a day is associated with a 44% increased risk of developing dementia. However, eating some unprocessed red meat—such as beef, pork, or veal—could be...

Study Finds Association Between Vit D Levels, COVID-19 Risk in Black Individuals

Chicago, IL—Having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower risk of infection for Black people, according to a new study from the University of Chicago Medicine.   The study retrospectively examined...

Masks Cause Damage: Study Reveals Mask-Hypoxia-Blood Clot Connection

A 2018 study highlights the hypoxia-blood clot connection (exacerbated by masks), while a May 2020 CDC study (with WHO involvement) concludes masks are not effective to stop flu transmission. Loading... A serious and potentially...

5G Induces Coronaviruses: New Study Models Millimeter Wave Influence on DNA

A new study mathematically models how 5G induces coronaviruses (such as SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19) via millimeter wave penetration of our cells. 5G can also influence and change our DNA. Loading... 5G induces coronaviruses according...