Low-FODMAP diets have been used as nutrition therapy for sufferers of Irritable Bowel Syndrome for years. But some experts see these fermentable carbohydrates behind a number of contemporary digestive woes, including gluten intolerance.
Looking beyond store shelves and profit motives to act as stewards of land, wildlife and community can pay off—in more ways than one.
The Obama administration and other voices bringing genomics and microbiomics into louder discourse have primed the public for personalized medicine; now it’s time to deliver.
Extraction by putrefaction has a certain ring to it. A ring that will have older consumers recalling the gagging flavor of their grandmother’s cod liver oil. Allowing vats of discarded cod livers to rot and thereby separate from their fat, however...
E-commerce eclipses commodity pricing as the issue to watch
As the category evolves, direct-to-consumer sellers are no longer the only players to watch.
As the natural products industry increasingly highlights the importance of regenerative farming, we must also understand and consider farmer livelihood.
Annual Council for Responsible Nutrition survey finds more than 170 million Americans take dietary supplements.
In a tough ag economy, can commodity producers find opportunity in the natural and organic industry?