The upcoming SupplySide West 2018 (SSW) in Las Vegas, Nevada will be a prominent stage for the IPA Probiotics Resource Center. The IPA Probiotics Resource Center, organized in association with the International Probiotics Association (IPA) and sponsored by Nutrasource Pharmaceutical and … [Read more...] about NEW: IPA Probiotics Guide for SupplySide West 2018
Strategy meets science as more than 16,000 ingredient buyers and suppliers from a wide-range of industries gather at SupplySide West this November. Leaders in dietary supplement, beverage, functional food, personal care and sports nutrition will share expertise in product … [Read more...] about IPA Bets Big on SupplySide West in Las Vegas Nov 6-10
CONTACT: George Paraskevakos Executive Director, International Probiotics Association (514) 571-5949 firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release IPA Raises Concerns about Flaws and Press Sensationalism of Recent Negative Probiotic Research Los Angeles--September 13, … [Read more...] about IPA Raises Concerns about Flaws and Press Sensationalism of Recent Negative Probiotic Research
IPA's popular one-day regulatory and scientific workshop is set to return to Washington DC for a third consecutive year. Probiotics are unique. Whether considering manufacture, storage, stability or analysis, probiotics are different than other food and dietary supplement categories. As such, … [Read more...] about IPA Regulatory Workshop in DC: October 25, 2018
Flow Cytometry as a Potential Method of Measuring Bacterial Viability in Probiotic Products: A Comprehensive Review Martin G. Wilkinson, University of Limerick, Ireland Presented at Probiota 2018, February 7-9, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain This paper was commissioned by International … [Read more...] about Flow Cytometry as a Potential Method of Measuring Bacterial Viability in Probiotic Products
If one is good then more is better. This seems to be the prevailing wisdom in multi-strain probiotic dosing, whether through food additives or supplements. The thinking behind this assumption is compelling: more strains may hit more targets and maybe even add up to more than the sum of the … [Read more...] about Multi-strain probiotics: better than single-strain?