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5 types of insect repellent to skip
5 types of insect repellent to skip
One of the upshots of last year's Zika outbreaks is that there are now many more insect repellents to choose from.
House bill would increase organic research funding
House bill would increase organic research funding
A bill to more than double the annual funding for organic research through USDA is being warmly embraced by members of the organic community.
USDA to publish study on GMO-labeling standard
USDA to publish study on GMO-labeling standard
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has until the summer of 2018 to adopt a standard governing the mandatory disclosure of bioengineered foods. But the law directs that USDA first identifies through a study "potential technological challenges that may ...
Could vitamin C be the simple solution for sepsis?
Could vitamin C be the simple solution for sepsis?
Just as the new international Surviving Sepsis guidelines come to publication this month, a Virginia physician becomes a small voice for practice change among his peers.
4 signs you need a little refresh
4 signs you need a little refresh
Daily routines can be a welcome thing - even downright comforting sometimes when everything else is chaotic.
New research sheds light on meaning of 'natural' food
New research sheds light on meaning of 'natural' food
The vague and often overstated use of the term "natural," which lacks a universally accepted definition, has resulted in considerable confusion among consumers. A new study conducted by the Hero Group, parent company of baby food brand Beech-Nut Nutrit...
UK natural products market latest: Competitive
UK natural products market latest: Competitive
Naturals in the U.K. beauty market have seen sales increase by nearly 30 percent since 2012 and now the market is facing an increasingly competitive landscape, according to new research.
New study confirms macular carotenoid use for eye health
New study confirms macular carotenoid use for eye health
A new study by the University of Georgia published in the journal Foods, found that use of a proprietary blend of macular carotenoids (lutein, zeaxanthin and mesozeaxanthin) may protect the eyes from damage inflicted by blue light emitted from our smar...
'Promising': Probiotic combination may shorten C. difficile infections
'Promising': Probiotic combination may shorten C. difficile infections
A combination of four probiotic strains may shorten the duration of an infection with Clostridium difficile, says a new study that supports the role of probiotics to counter the most common cause of hospital-acquired infections.
The potential of a delay to Nutrition Facts label changes should not slow compliance efforts
The potential of a delay to Nutrition Facts label changes should not slow compliance efforts
Assuming FDA does not delay the deadline for the new Nutrition Fact label as requested by industry, then large companies have slightly more than a year left to overcome challenges associated with added sugar, the new definition of dietary fiber, change...
Three trends impacting the health and wellness market
Three trends impacting the health and wellness market
The global health and wellness food market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 6.22 percent by 2021, according to a new report from Technavio. "Rising health consciousness, emphasis on preventive health care and increased focus on ...
Steviva ingredients changes name to reflect company diversification, emphasis on food safety
Steviva ingredients changes name to reflect company diversification, emphasis on food safety
Steviva Ingredients is ushering in a new name and image that allows the company to expand past sweeteners and into other natural food ingredients.
Korea conducts research to develop natural, organic cosmetics standard
Korea conducts research to develop natural, organic cosmetics standard
As in-cosmetics Korea prepares to welcome regulators and formulators from around APAC and the globe, we spoke to Min-sun Kim, Cosmos assistant, Control Union Korea about the efforts to reach a harmonised standard for natural and organic cosmetics.
Why should you care about personalized nutrition?
Why should you care about personalized nutrition?
Why do you eat what you eat? Did you know that we make 212 different nutrition decisions each day? What to eat, when to eat, how to eat, where to eat, whom to consult, etc. With thousands of different nutrition items on the shelves, perhaps the most im...
FDA official: CBD 'violative ingredient' in supplements
FDA official: CBD 'violative ingredient' in supplements
During an event this week in Las Vegas, an official with FDA's Office of Dietary Supplement Programs signaled some of his agency's enforcement priorities in targeting certain types of CBD products, while he called another botanical - kratom - a "violat...
Microbiome study challenges: Microbiologist discusses opportunities, hurdles at IFT 2017
Microbiome study challenges: Microbiologist discusses opportunities, hurdles at IFT 2017
Research on the human microbiome, while exciting and infinitely promising, is still very much in its infancy. Scientists are only beginning to tease out some of the significant links between the human microbiome, bacterial populations, and human health...
'Needed': FDA issues draft guidance for best practices for GRAS panels
'Needed': FDA issues draft guidance for best practices for GRAS panels
Hailed by experts as "needed" and "significant", the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued draft guidance on best practices to follow when convening a panel of experts to evaluate whether a substance is "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS).
FDA updates industry about NDI draft guidance
FDA updates industry about NDI draft guidance
At the American Conference Institute's 5th Annual Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements, in partnership with the Council for Responsible Nutrition, Cara Welch, Ph.D., senior advisor for the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nut...
CRN joins NPA in disputing claim supplements fail to lower fracture risk
CRN joins NPA in disputing claim supplements fail to lower fracture risk
Research findings that claim the use of calcium and vitamin D supplements have no effect on fracture risk were dismissed by 2 industry groups, who both reiterate the nutrients' safety and importance.
USDA FSIS proposes to amend egg product regulations
USDA FSIS proposes to amend egg product regulations
USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service is proposing to amend the egg products inspection regulations by requiring official plants that process egg products to develop Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points systems and Sanitation Standard Operat...
Korea conducts research to develop natural, organic cosmetics standard
Korea conducts research to develop natural, organic cosmetics standard
As in-cosmetics Korea prepares to welcome regulators and formulators from around APAC and the globe, we spoke to Min-sun Kim, Cosmos assistant, Control Union Korea about the efforts to reach a harmonised standard for natural and organic cosmetics.
Paper: Holistic approach that downplays RCTs best path to optimal nutrition
Paper: Holistic approach that downplays RCTs best path to optimal nutrition
A holistic approach to optimal nutrition that would include other research modes beyond RCTs will be the best way to get a handle on the modern plague of obesity, authors of a recent paper concluded.
Fresh or frozen? The produce debate continues
Fresh or frozen? The produce debate continues
When it comes to produce, the fresh vs. frozen debate has been going on for years. However, a new study in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis has revealed interesting results. It seems fresh fruits and vegetables may not worthy of the pedesta...
Should soda with non-caloric sweeteners be taxed, too? In Philadelphia and Cook County, that's th...
Should soda with non-caloric sweeteners be taxed, too? In Philadelphia and Cook County, that's th...
Proponents of sin taxes say that putting a levy on sugar-sweetened drinks may play a pivotal role in fighting obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. But two of the eight U.S. locations that have passed such a tax — Cook County (Chicago) a...
USDA report: US food supply 'one of the safest in the world'
USDA report: US food supply 'one of the safest in the world'
More than 20 percent of food sampled by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2016 showed no detectable pesticides and less than 0.5 percent of food had pesticide residue levels above Environmental Protection Agency limits.
Research sheds light on nature of ancient microbiome
Research sheds light on nature of ancient microbiome
Is there a goal to shoot for when trying to alter consumers' microbiomes? Researcher Jeff Leach is trying to answer that question with work he is doing among hunter gather groups in Africa.
Next-generation brain supplements
Next-generation brain supplements
Rescuing memory requires improving brain function. The brain is arguably the body's most intricate organ, using more than 20 percent of the body's energy. It needs all the nutrients the other organs need, and more. Fortunately, many next-generation mem...
Formulating and manufacturing supplements with plant proteins
Formulating and manufacturing supplements with plant proteins
Personal choices, environmental concerns, ethical factors and "just because" are all among the growing list of reasons why nutritionally minded consumers have decided to embrace plant-based proteins in recent years.
The surprising foods top nutritionists say they'd never touch
The surprising foods top nutritionists say they'd never touch
Hardly a day passes without some new edict being issued about the food we should be avoiding.
Growth of the aging population
Growth of the aging population
According to the latest "The State of Aging and Health in America" report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, longer life spans and the aging baby boomer demographic are the key factors contributing to growth of the aging population.
FDA may soon make call on whether to add new dietary fibers
FDA may soon make call on whether to add new dietary fibers
After months of deliberations, FDA officials should be getting close to releasing a determination on whether 26 commonly used food ingredients — including inulin, soluble corn fiber and sugarcane fiber — would be classified as dietary fiber...
Clean hands can clear the mind
Clean hands can clear the mind
Getting a clean start might be more than a figure of speech. Washing your hands could help clear your mind and bring a fresh perspective.
7 delicious foods full of health-boosting antioxidants
7 delicious foods full of health-boosting antioxidants
You know when you read these lists about healthy eating and all the foods sound barely edible? Well, this article is going to be completely different. I'm going to present seven of the best sources of antioxidants, and they all taste delicious.
Taste, texture, nutrition: Formulating with plant-based proteins
Taste, texture, nutrition: Formulating with plant-based proteins
Plant-based proteins are creeping into a dizzying array of foods and beverages, from dairy-free "milks," "cheeses" and "yogurts" to protein bars, chips, powders and meat analogs. But what are they like to work with? FoodNavigator-USA caught up with exp...
Experts: Firms making opiod treatment claims don't represent responsible industry
Experts: Firms making opiod treatment claims don't represent responsible industry
Dietary supplements took another hit in the mainstream press with an article in The New York Times that highlights supplements that claim to help treat opiod addiction. Trade organizations concurred the practice is illegal, while rueing the article's i...
ITC declines to hear Amarin's fish oils complaint
ITC declines to hear Amarin's fish oils complaint
The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided not to hear a case in which the fish oil drug maker Amarin sought to prevent the import of some omega-3 dietary supplements.
Rep. Rogers to introduce multivitamin legislation for low-income Americans
Rep. Rogers to introduce multivitamin legislation for low-income Americans
Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Alabama, plans to introduce a bill that would enable recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program to use their benefits to purchase multivitamins.
Sourcing supplement ingredients and components from China
Sourcing supplement ingredients and components from China
More companies are starting to source their dietary ingredients from China, especially in two major categories: raw material ingredients and bulk dietary supplements components, like capsules, softgels and tablets.
Do 'natural' insect repellents work?
Do 'natural' insect repellents work?
It's a simple question, one that readers ask us every summer: Do natural insect repellents work?
NPA challenges study on supplement safety
NPA challenges study on supplement safety
The Natural Products Association responded to the findings of a study in the Journal of Medical Toxicology that it says exaggerates the risk of dietary supplements and ignores their "superior" safety record when compared to other products regulated by ...
The effect of salt on brain function and blood pressure
The effect of salt on brain function and blood pressure
Diseases related to blood pressure — including stroke, coronary heart disease, heart failure and kidney disease - are leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the United States.
Research shows tocotrienols from palm reduces oxidative stress and neural cell damage
Research shows tocotrienols from palm reduces oxidative stress and neural cell damage
New research conducted by a group of researchers from Faculty of Medicine, International Islamic University Malaysia and Menoufia Medical School, Egypt demonstrates the potential of palm-based tocotrienols as a neuroprotective and antioxidant agent in ...
Vitamin D supplements may make arteries healthier
Vitamin D supplements may make arteries healthier
Vitamin D may help make arteries healthier.
How smart people conquer anxiety
How smart people conquer anxiety
Many of us dislike engaging in conflict, having difficult conversations or tackling dreaded tasks.
Bioplastic derived from soya protein, which can absorb up to 40-times its own weight
Bioplastic derived from soya protein, which can absorb up to 40-times its own weight
Researchers are testing the strength of a new organic material as a dispenser of micronutrients in crops. This new product, which is organic and biodegradable, is environmentally friendly.
Can organic food capitalize on flagging confidence in the food industry?
Can organic food capitalize on flagging confidence in the food industry?
Since the horsemeat scandal of 2013 there has been a steady stream of food scares and scandals, which has played neatly into the hands of organic food. Sales were up more than 11 percent in Europe at the last count, but is the sector making the most of...
Vitamin D and emerging science: Cellular aging and cognitive health
Vitamin D and emerging science: Cellular aging and cognitive health
Vitamin D is rightly regarded for its crucial role in supporting healthy bones, but its influence extends far beyond the skeletal system. As a regulator of gene expression for more than 3 percent of the human genome, vitamin D's extraskeletal (acting o...
3 trends impacting the global health and wellness food market
3 trends impacting the global health and wellness food market
Growing need for probiotic products and demand for functional foods, innovative product packaging, and demand for natural and herbal products are three of the top emerging market trends driving the global health and wellness food market, according to a...
FDA approves qualified soybean oil heart-health claim
FDA approves qualified soybean oil heart-health claim
The United Soybean Board announced the authorization of a new, FDA qualified heart-health claim for soybean oil. The claim states that soybean oil may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
Natural Products Center, USDA team to create natural insect repellents
Natural Products Center, USDA team to create natural insect repellents
An ongoing partnership between the Natural Products Utilization Research Unit at U.S. Department of Agriculture and the University of Mississippi's National Center for Natural Products Research is looking to nature to develop environmentally safe chemi...
FDA cracks down on 'illegal' cancer treatments
FDA cracks down on 'illegal' cancer treatments
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration calls it "cruel deception": companies promising desperate consumers that their products can cure cancer.
Maritech fucoidan extracts get FDA GRAS
Maritech fucoidan extracts get FDA GRAS
A biotechnology company called Marinova Pty. Ltd. (Tasmania, Australia) announced that its proprietary fucoidan extract is now Generally Recognized as Safe by FDA. Maritech fucoidan ingredients are the first and only high-purity fucoidan extracts to a...
Cinnamon extract by Indian company Akay gets US patent
Cinnamon extract by Indian company Akay gets US patent
India-based flavor and aromatics specialist Akay Group has received a US patent for the processing technology and composition of a cinnamon ingredient branded as ProcynCi.
Study: Chicory root inulin and oligofructose lower blood glucose response
Study: Chicory root inulin and oligofructose lower blood glucose response
Last spring, the European Commission authorized an Article 13.5 health claim linking chicory-root-fiber ingredients inulin and oligofructose with improved blood glucose levels. Now, the scientific study on which the health claim petition was based has ...
Growing a healthy children's market
Growing a healthy children's market
If you're of a certain age, you likely remember those metallic-yet-sweet-flavored Flintstones vitamins, as they were pretty much the only children's multi available. And for the most part, moms didn't feel we needed anything more — other than mak...
Probiotic lab tests
Probiotic lab tests
Since the industry has officially decided that colony forming units will be the quantifier for probiotic potency, how do we then decide which test method is the best? A blended strain product may not have one "ideal" testing method, and deciding on a ...
Swallowable sensors could revolutionize understanding of nutrition's impact on gut health
Swallowable sensors could revolutionize understanding of nutrition's impact on gut health
A breakthrough swallowable capsule could revolutionize understanding of the gut microbiome, and the role nutrition can play in modulating it. The first human trials were recently conducted by researchers at RMIT in Melbourne on 7 healthy individuals on...
Could your shampoo be the new car exhaust?
Could your shampoo be the new car exhaust?
Shampoo. Air freshener. Countertop cleaner. Nearly everything in your medicine cabinet or under your kitchen sink is a source of air pollution.
Why would regulators ban an herbal treatment for recovering opioid addicts?
Why would regulators ban an herbal treatment for recovering opioid addicts?
Once Andrew Turner learned of the Drug Enforcement Administration's plan to ban the medicinal herb he uses to manage a host of medical issues, he did what many activists do: recorded his personal testimony and put it up on YouTube.
EFSA: Sucralose is safe and does not cause cancer
EFSA: Sucralose is safe and does not cause cancer
Scientific evaluations of sucralose, conducted by The European Food Safety Authority, find no link between the sweetener and cancer.
Could the biotech disclosure law help shift perception of GMOs from good vs. evil to simply a cho...
Could the biotech disclosure law help shift perception of GMOs from good vs. evil to simply a cho...
In many ways, the conversation about GMOs has been a debate about good versus evil, but ingredient supplier Cargill wants to shift the discussion to one simply about choice - a goal that one executive says can only be achieved if manufacturers and supp...
1st astaxanthin product debuts with Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association verification seal
1st astaxanthin product debuts with Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association verification seal
Elite Life Sciences' AstaGlo natural-astaxanthin dietary supplement has become the first astaxanthin product to bear a Verification Program Seal from the Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association.
So you have a sports injury? Here's what you need to eat
So you have a sports injury? Here's what you need to eat
For athletes and regular exercisers of all types, injuries can seem like the end of the world. Most people in this situation would be willing to do whatever it takes to get back on the field or in the gym as soon as possible.
2017 plant protein ingredient update
2017 plant protein ingredient update
In 2013, the 68th UN General Assembly declared that 2016 would be the International Year of Pulses. And boy, did they call that one.
FTC official: Research needed to study consumer understanding of 'natural'
FTC official: Research needed to study consumer understanding of 'natural'
In November 2015, FDA announced a proceeding to solicit comments on use of the term "natural" in the labeling of human foods.
Evaluating the efficacy of Ayurveda
Evaluating the efficacy of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is one of India's ancient medical systems, dating more than 3,000 years.
Specialty food growth continues to expand
Specialty food growth continues to expand
According to the "State of the Specialty Food Industry" report recently released by the Specialty Food Association in conjunction with market researcher Mintel and SPINS/IRI, the specialty food industry has expanded by 15 percent, amounting to $127 bil...
Millennials looking for cleaner labels for snacks
Millennials looking for cleaner labels for snacks
A dip in ingredients may translate to a rise in sales as young adults turn their attention to the nutrition labels of their snack choices.
Army develops new nutritional bed-time snack bar for basic trainees
Army develops new nutritional bed-time snack bar for basic trainees
The Military Nutrition Division at the U.S. Army's Research Institute of Environmental Medicine has unveiled a new nutritional snack bar for recruits to consume before bedtime while at basic combat training.
Consumer reports: Skip these 5 types of insect repellent
Consumer reports: Skip these 5 types of insect repellent
One of the upshots of the 2016 Zika outbreaks is that there are now many more insect repellents to choose from.
Microbiota may determine if pomegranate extracts are beneficial or not
Microbiota may determine if pomegranate extracts are beneficial or not
The potential cardiovascular effects of ellagitannins from pomegranate and walnuts may be either positive or negative depending on their gut microbiota, says a new study.
Where's the innovation in dietary supplements? Part 1: From supply chain to new science
Where's the innovation in dietary supplements? Part 1: From supply chain to new science
A couple of years ago the CEOs of some of the industry's specialist retailers were lamenting what they saw as a lack of innovation in dietary supplements, but there is much to be excited about in dietary supplements and innovation is everywhere.
Are essential oils safe?
Are essential oils safe?
People use essential oils a variety of ways: as lotions, for hair care, aromatherapy, cleaning products and more. But are essential oils safe?
Domino effect in pharmaceutical synthesis
Domino effect in pharmaceutical synthesis
Chemists have made research into pharmaceutical ingredient synthesis more efficient, more sustainable and more environmentally friendly. They have developed a novel synthetic route towards antiviral quinazoline heterocycles that have not been described...
FTC, media outlets can do more to help curb fraudulent weight loss pill peddling ads, CRN preside...
FTC, media outlets can do more to help curb fraudulent weight loss pill peddling ads, CRN preside...
There are more self-policing initiatives from within the industry compared to four years ago, when a senate informational hearing brought the weight management supplement category to national attention, argued Steve Mister, CEO and president of the tra...
Apple cider vinegar: What the experts say
Apple cider vinegar: What the experts say
Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popular natural health products around, with claims for everything from sanitizing toothbrushes to whittling waistlines.
Americans are eating more organic food than ever, survey finds
Americans are eating more organic food than ever, survey finds
Americans are buying more organic food and household products than ever, according to a new survey published Wednesday morning.
FDA warns drugs, dietary supplements possibly contaminated with bacteria
FDA warns drugs, dietary supplements possibly contaminated with bacteria
Recently, FDA issued an advisory recommending consumers and health care professionals not use any liquid drugs or dietary supplements manufactured by a Florida-based company and labeled by three distributors due to potential contamination from a bacter...
Dietary supplement industry, FDA reflect on decade-old regulations
Dietary supplement industry, FDA reflect on decade-old regulations
In June 2007 - 13 years after the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 - FDA published final regulations to ensure dietary supplements are manufactured to meet quality standards.
USDA offers food safety tips for areas affected by winter storms
USDA offers food safety tips for areas affected by winter storms
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing food safety recommendations for those who may be impacted by winter storms in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Western regions of the U.S.
Do pre-workout supplements really improve exercise performance?
Do pre-workout supplements really improve exercise performance?
The dietary supplement market is a substantial one, accounting for an economic impact of over $121 billion in the United States in 2016.
It's time to spring clean your brain
It's time to spring clean your brain
The promise of sunnier weather is a nice excuse to engage in a little deep cleaning. While it can be richly rewarding to discover the back of our closets, the clean surfaces of our desks and the joy of riding in an immaculate car, taking a little time ...
Researchers confirm chicory inulin benefits on blood sugar
Researchers confirm chicory inulin benefits on blood sugar
Inulin fiber from chicory root's beneficial effects on metabolic risks - including managing blood sugar levels - has been confirmed by new research.
Clean label isn't losing momentum
Clean label isn't losing momentum
Caribou recently made the bold decision to use only clean label ingredients in its beverages, and created a list of more than 70 ingredients the company has blacklisted. Panera made a pledge to remove artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors and preserva...
Fueling exercise and performance
Fueling exercise and performance
Research has highlighted several natural ingredients that provide support for the processes in the body that produce energy and fight fatigue.
How big food has cleaned up its labeling act
How big food has cleaned up its labeling act
As consumers demand products that are healthier, major food makers are removing everything from preservatives and artificial colors and flavors to sugars and trans fats — key additives that give products a specific taste, look or allow them to st...
Bloomberg: FDA reorganizes to optimize industry oversight
Bloomberg: FDA reorganizes to optimize industry oversight
The Food and Drug Administration is reorganizing its field team within the FDA's Office of Regulatory Affairs with a new focus on specific product areas vs. oversight of activities based on geographic regions, Bloomberg reported.
FDA officially extends nutrition facts label compliance date
FDA officially extends nutrition facts label compliance date
Food manufacturers have received an 18-month extension for meeting updated nutrition and serving size requirements on product labels.
Vitamin E bioavailability considerations for maximized health benefits
Vitamin E bioavailability considerations for maximized health benefits
Vitamin E is a group of eight fat-soluble, antioxidant tocopherol and tocotrienol compounds that play important roles in many of the body's biological functions. Supplemental vitamin E health benefits have focused on the bioavailability differences bet...
Conventional retailers are sourcing more natural, organic brands
Conventional retailers are sourcing more natural, organic brands
Recent data shows that conventional stores are leading sales growth in the natural products channel. According to Natural Foods Merchandiser, conventional retailers account for 44 percent ($61.5 billion) of natural and organic food sales last year, whi...
Be still my beating heart: Chocolate's 'anti-fluttering' qualities highlighted
Be still my beating heart: Chocolate's 'anti-fluttering' qualities highlighted
The link between moderate chocolate intake and lower risk of irregular heartbeat may be due to chocolate's flavanol content, say researchers. In a collaboration that includes researchers from Aalborg Univeristy Hospital in Denmark, the findings highlig...
Oregano oil could cut food poisoning from prep surfaces
Oregano oil could cut food poisoning from prep surfaces
Risk of food poisoning from contaminated food surfaces may be reduced by using oregano oil to help kill bacteria, new research suggests.
There is hope: Dietary supplement activity in Congress in the Trump era
There is hope: Dietary supplement activity in Congress in the Trump era
Many are discussing how the Donald Trump administration is repealing and replacing Obamacare, tax reform, immigration and other topics reserved for cable news pundits. But important actions, milestones and activity in dietary supplements have happened ...
What's driving innovation at the natural health product-food interface?
What's driving innovation at the natural health product-food interface?
Consumers are demanding more from their food, and are looking for more ways to get the nutrients and compounds that they previously may have looked for in a pill, and that is opening up a whole new audience of consumer.
The emerging plant protein market
The emerging plant protein market
The human genome has largely stayed unchanged over the past 10,000 years when, it is believed, people started cultivating land to raise crops. Human diets and lifestyles progressively changed over these millennia, with the mismatch between the original...
FDA moves to organize inspectors along lines of expertise
FDA moves to organize inspectors along lines of expertise
A move by newly confirmed FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb to reapportion FDA inspectors along lines of expertise has been welcomed as potentially improving the effectiveness of the inspection process. According to press reports that first appeared in ...
Recent personalized nutrition research
Recent personalized nutrition research
A commercial interest is growing in DNA testing, and consumers are increasingly fascinated by what a swab of saliva can reveal. But there's more to genetics than simply ancestry. Unwinding and translating one's genetic makeup can also unlock a path tow...