Global life science business Bioiberica has teamed up with Chinese vitamin and dietary supplements provider ByHealth to expand its joint health product portfolio with the introduction of collagen tablets in China.
Max Biocare’s polyherbal joint health nutraceutical Tregocel has been shown to significantly improve joint flexibility and walking distance progressively over 36 weeks of supplementation in people with mild knee osteoarthritis.
New Zealand seafood company Sanford, which has the supplement brand Sea to Me, is building a NZ$20 million (US$13 million) marine extracts centre in Blenheim, New Zealand, to produce high quality nutrition products.
Australian supplement firm Arborvitae Health and Wellbeing is seeing accelerated growth for its premium multi-purpose proprietary liquid tonic, which is now available in 500 domestic pharmacies, with demand now also rising in South East Asia, China and...
Cannabis-based nutraceuticals and their APAC applications, probiotic innovations for mental and metabolic health, and the changing bone and joint health supplement sector make up our five most read stories on social media over the past month.
Regular consumption of glucosamine is needed for endurance athletes, such as football and rugby players, to reduce the rate of cartilage metabolism and maintain collagen synthesis — two factors that determine joint health.
Asia-Pacific's growing ageing population has led to increased innovation in the bone and joint health supplement space, but products targeting more life stages and categories are also finding success in the sector.
A new study on Natreon’s AyuFlex botanical ingredient shows decreased joint pain and increased mobility among a study population of overweight adults. It’s part of the company’s strategy to support entry into new markets with hard data on its ingredients.