Shara Rutberg

Five for drinking
A drinkables revolution
Omegas may keep older bods buff
Waste not, with fish oil
High salt intake linked to MS
More links between diet, genetics and disease
More antioxidants, less breast cancer
Recent research found a significantly lower risk of breast cancer among women who ate a diet packed with antioxidant-laden fruits and vegetables.
GMO labels don’t scare consumers: Study
Research found that consumers do not view the labels as negative warnings.
Food fright strikes nation
Scarier than Sharknado: Lunch
Omegas to reach $7.32 billion by 2020
The global market for omegas is on track to reach $7.32 billion by 2020, according to a report from Grand View Research Inc.
Olive oil may lower diabetes risk
And bread boosts its powers
Higher D linked to lower cholesterol in kids
D grows heart-healthier kids
Bone up with cannabis
New rodent research found that CBD, the non-psychoactive component of cannabis, significantly enhanced the healing of broken legs after just eight weeks.
Fish oil soothes ‘computer eyes’
Study adds to the growing body of research linking omegas with healthy vision.
Zinc critical to heart health
A “paradigm shifting” revelation.
Kids need more D
D answer for kids health? More.
New in Supply
Feb 11, 2016
Nutrition Business Journal

The supplements opportunity in Asian markets

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