“Natural ingredients are the soul of Ayurveda”: Traditional practices inspire naturality in nutraceuticals

Ranging from energy to joint support, immunity and cognition, Ayurvedic herbs have a variety of health-boosting properties

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

15 Nov 2019 --- In nutrition news this week, cannabidiol (CBD) is set to be classified as a novel food in Germany, while the Million Microbiome of Humans Project will analyze one... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

08 Nov 2019 --- In nutrition news this week, Omya showcased a new chewable tablet prototype featuring simethicone as an active ingredient (API) at CPhI in Frankfurt, Germany. BI... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

01 Nov 2019 --- In nutrition news this week, Fruit d'Or Nutraceuticals collaborated with Complete Phytochemical Solutions (CPS) to reveal the presence of insoluble... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

31 Oct 2019 --- A Consumer Reports (CR) analysis of 29 herbal supplements available in the US market has found some lead levels that exceed its strict threshold, while others... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

22 Oct 2019 --- Equity funding company BIGR ventures has made a US$3 million Series A investment in organic Cannabidiol (CBD) brand RE Botanicals. The additional funding follows an... Read More

trans