Trouble focusing at work? Try these 4 vitamins.

Motivating yourself through a long workday is impossible if you can't focus. There are many disruptions around us throughout the day but following healthy habits, such as having a healthy diet and making sure you get enough sleep each night, you can improve your focus during the day. Supplements can also help with mental performance and alertness. KEEP READING >>

Weight Management After Swimsuit Season

Losing weight can be difficult, and keeping it off isn't easy either. No matter how hard you worked to achieve that summer body, will you still be able to maintain it as the summer comes to an end? Fall and winter encourage people to get cozy, which often results in eating comfort foods and cuddling up on the couch instead of going for a run outside. Consider the following supplements for maintaining your waistline after summer break. KEEP READING >>

Nutrients for Summer Eye Health

Spending time outside in the sunshine is one of the many wonders of summer, but have you ever thought about the potential risks that the sun poses on your eye health? Without proper care and protection, too much exposure to ultraviolet radiation could cause eye conditions like macular degeneration, cataracts and photokeratitis. Read on to learn about some of the vitamins you can take to keep your vision safe this summer. KEEP READING >>

Omega-3 Supplementation May Help Reduce the Effect of Smoking on Preterm Birth

A recent study has found that omega-3 supplementation during pregnancy in smokers has a protective effect against recurrent spontaneous preterm delivery and low birth weight. KEEP READING >>

Shaping a brighter and healthier future

At DSM, we understand the power of nutrition and the profound impact it has on our future, especially during the first 1,000 days from the start of pregnancy. That’s why we’ve completely redesigned our catalog to deliver solutions to help address consumers’ health and lifestyle needs, helping you to better target your customers and drive sales! KEEP READING >>

Innovative Sugar-Free Beverages: Appealing to Consumers with Taste, Packaging and Marketing

A new study finds that many Americans are consuming more than the recommended limits of sugar. Too many calories without other essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber) increases risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes and other health issues linked to obesity. Manufacturers may want to consider introducing alternative beverage options for adolescents, young adults and cultural populations who typically favor sugar-sweetened beverages. KEEP READING >>

Managing Holiday Weight Gain with In-Demand Nutrients

Consumers know the steps that need to be taken to meet their weight management goals, but they often lack the right kind of products that align with those goals. By providing options for different kinds of applications that support their weight loss journeys, there is opportunity to connect with consumers during the six-week holiday window and, ideally, on a year-round basis. KEEP READING >>

The Night Shift: Formulating Food and Beverages for Evening Hours

In an age when technological connectivity is at an all-time high, “clocking out” after work has become less of a reality. The need to constantly check-in after hours often leads to feelings of stress and restlessness, both of which are tied to poor sleep. In efforts to ease stress caused by the workplace, consumers are turning stress-reducing fortified foods and beverages during the evening hours. KEEP READING >>

Snacking Smarter: Better for You Snacks for Health-Conscious Consumers

Better for You (BFY) snacks, nutritious snack products that are void of the controversial ingredients found in many snack foods on the market, have become a go-to option for Millennials, despite fierce competition in snacking. Research shows potential for growth in the market with ample opportunity for manufacturers. KEEP READING >>

Higher Dietary Magnesium Intake Lowers Fracture Risk

Cross-sectional studies have shown a significant association between higher magnesium intake and bone mineral density. Magnesium may also have a beneficial effect on inflammation and oxidative stress, two important risk factors for osteoporosis. KEEP READING >>

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