Jack Challem

Supplements that say 'om'
Mood-enhancing supplements accounted for 6 percent of total supplement sales in 2014. Here’s a closer look at five research-backed options to recommend to your customers.
Health benefits from the beehive
Supplements sourced from beehives have grown beyond immune health applications to a variety of condition-specific uses.
Supercharging the immune system 3
Herbs, vitamins and probiotics can come in handy during cold and flu season. Share these ones with your shoppers.
5 sports supplements that go the extra mile
These clean sports supplements represent an important and growing category for natural retailers.
Power up your aisles with safe and natural performance enhancers
Natural sports supplements can boost energy levels, improve performance and build muscle. Here are some leading nutrients to share with your customers.
The research you need to know about brain-boosting nutrients
Research-backed supplements alongside healthy foods can have a beneficial effect on the health of children's brains, and their moods.
Vitamin K supplements worth stocking
Interest in the little-known vitamin K is growing because of its heart and bone benefits—so bone up on it and these products.
Osteoporosis, blood sugar regulation and heart health—the lowdown on vitamin K
Known for its heart-healthy benefits, consumers are looking toward vitamin K supplements. Find out what else it's good for and how to help your customers make a good selection.
Supplements support the heart
Science-backed supplements for heart conditions.
5 vitamin D supplements worth sharing 1
Navigate vitamin D product offerings to match consumer needs with these selections.
Research shines on vitamin D
Six reasons vitamin D might be the most important supplement on your shelves.
Hot anti-inflammatory ingredients
Many natural ingredients, particularly nutrients and herbs, can lower C-reactive protein levels - or lead to
Gamma-linolenic acid: Omega-3's healing partner
With all the attention paid to omega-3 fish oils, it's easy to overlook gamma-linolenic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid
Dealing with the diabesity epidemic
How can we use 21st century nutritional science and ingredients to improve glucose tolerance and promote weight loss?
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